This is a discussion on Full Flush ? within the online poker forums, in the Poker Rooms section; I was reading on the CC home page about the Full Flush Domain name being purchased. After reading the article or blog i was left
I was reading on the CC home page about the Full Flush Domain name being purchased. After reading the article or blog i was left more confused then i was when i stop playing there. There are so many things that just doesn't make sense from a player standpoint and a bus. standpoint. Here goes:
1. Why would you purchase a domain name that screwed all of its online players and supposed employees?
2. Why be so secretive about who you are when one could ASSUME ( i know i know what assume means) that you can still be the same folks who ran off with the money and are trying to do it again.
3. You say you are not liable, nor affiliated, nor responsible for the money taken but your gonna try and help players recover money from folks who fled to other countries by using money from partnering sites. Ok so your just gonna come off a bunch of money you can't recover yourself. Then why not just take over the debts and pay the money back to all players.
4.How are you gonna say come play at the same site that or same name of the site that robbed so many?
I can go on and on about what makes no sense at all about this whole thing but luckily for them i'm probably the minority who won't trust whomever opens this site up again. Gl all
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Interesting, I also read this article. Well, there's are a lot of reasons why someone would buy a domain.. It's probably quite old and still has some traffic so, they can use it in different purposes, like as affiliate site or etc.. Also, I don't understand how they doesn't know anything about a previous owner, someone had to buy and register that domain, so domain register must have information about the owner and it is very simple to check... Anyway, whatever they decide to do, I think it will not work or failed investment. However, it would be interesting to know how much they paid for this domain.. Does somebody know?
18th March 2017, 12:45 PM
You make some good points. I'm hoping there is more to come. I think the most important point you make is the domain name purchase. The name is tainted; unless they do something to remove the taint, they aren't going to get much traffic because everyone who researches the site will see negative articles. They should think about past failed poker sites and the efforts that were made to revive them. In general, they were not successfully revived. FullFlush will most like follow the same pattern unless they take major positive steps to repair their reputation.
It's a shame too. In its early days, it was a fun site and I enjoyed playing there; they actively interacted with players (like throwing in unannounced bounty players in tournaments). I've not played at any site that seemed to have a sense of camaraderie like that.
I'm just glad the site has some glimmer of life; that means there is maybe a 2% chance I'll get something out of the $ I lost. Until the purchase, my chances were 0%.