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Full Tilt Poker Adds More Countries to dot.eu Platform

Full Tilt Poker has continued its migration of players to the dot.eu Platform. Poker players from Finland, Germany, Netherlands, Poland, Romania, and Sweden have been transferred to the dot.eu site.

The Full Tilt Poker dot.eu site was created to provide better services to the existing player pool and allow customers to enjoy winnings without taxation under the interpretation of European Economic Area statutes. The migrated players would still enjoy the same player pool and services provided under the dot.com site.

Greece, Luxembourg, and Slovenia were the first three countries to be integrated into the dot.eu site in early February 2013. The addition of the six countries currently brings the total to nine under the dot.eu umbrella. Although Full Tilt hopes to expand this reach, sources have stated that this expansion is preliminary and further plans have yet to be announced.

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