FTP Players Submit Petition

Debate rages about whether FTP pros should be excluded from the World Series of Poker

This has been a very intense week for debate among disgruntled Full Tilt Poker players, as suggestions arose that FTP professionals who owe money to the company should not be allowed to participate in the next World Series of Poker.

And while some of the owing pros deny any indebtedness, others indicate that they would be prepared to pay up when the FTP debacle has been finalised and their position is ensured.

This is obviously not enough for the players, who composed a petition which proposes that all FTP shareholders and those who are in debt to Full Tilt should be banned from the World Series of Poker this year. In addition, the petition calls on all its signatories to boycott the event if their demands are not met.

Most of the debate is referring to the latter part of the petition, as many players are not sure whether such a major event should be drawn into an affair in which it has had no involvement or fault.

Further actions regarding the petition are at present not known and will be reported as they occur.

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