On Friday, Full Flush players reported the site had gone disconnected all of a sudden. Technical support told players that the blackout was the aftereffect of a glitchy programming overhaul, yet as of Monday, the Fullflushpoker.com and Equitypokernetwork.com areas remain disconnected. On Monday, Full Flush's legitimate online networking bolsters issued an 'essential notice," saying that the website was "overhauling our gaming answers for offer another, all the more energizing stage." The notice guaranteed to offer "reports on this change every day," while apologizing for "any burdens we have brought about amid this period."
Full Flush's authentic Facebook page has been peppered with solicitations from players looking for consolation in regards to the security of their stores, and the page has answered that "all parities are sheltered. It is ensured." Not everybody is getting it. The Curacao-authorized Full Flush was known to have inconveniences handling players' cashout demands and unsubstantiated reports have recommended Full Flush members are owed up to $5m in past due installments.
A publication on the PokerFraudAlert discussion guaranteed that Full Flush "got kicked from the gaming server stop in Curacao." The organization's Curacao permitting page presently records its e-gaming permit status as "suspended." The authorizing page records two different areas other than Full Flush and Equity: thebackroomcasino.com and bellugopoker.com. Just the last is at present on the web.
On Monday, SafestPokerSites reported that Full Flush's website area was available to be purchased for $1,500. The website additionally reported that online sportsbook Heritage Sports, which worked a poker skin on the Equity organize, had shut its poker webpage on Friday and scoured any reference to the poker offering from its landing page. Full Flush experienced a possession change last December, albeit little was revealed at the time about the general population who accepted the reins of force.