Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Dude, It Was a Nerf Ball

Frylock Bin Laden coming to a bridge near you. There's a fine line between readiness, and acting like a spaz.

Much like the arrests of the Neteller hippies causing my once liquid poker funds to become harder to move then a toddler trying to watch his morning cartoons.

Below was my first attempt of pulling some funds from ye ol' poker account since the arrest:

Hello Drizz,
Thank you for contacting Full Tilt Poker Customer Support.

Checks may be requested for amounts $300 or greater up to a maximum of $10,000, and can be requested only once every 7 days.

If you would like Full Tilt Poker to send you a check, we must first verify your account information. Please email or fax us a clear and legible copy of your photo ID along with proof of address. The name and mailing address on your ID must match your Full Tilt Poker account information.

We accept the following forms of ID:
Photo ID: Driver's License, Passport, Government-issued ID, or Student ID
Address Verification: Bank or Credit Card statement, Utility Bill, Cell Phone Bill, Home or Auto Insurance papers

You can email these documents to us at or fax to 1-877-TILT-FAX. Please use a resolution of 400 dpi or higher when sending your documents and make sure faxes are clear and legible or they will be asked to be re-sent. If you are using fax, make sure to include your Player ID on all pages.

Once you are verified for checks, you will need to request a cashout through the Cashier window.

Approved checks are delivered by regular mail in 25-35 business days.

At this time, we regret that we are temporarily unable to deliver checks by UPS to US residents. We are working speedily to have this option available to US residents again soon.

For our non-US residents, checks can be delivered by UPS for a $33.50 fee. You must have your current 10 digit telephone number entered in your account information and a street address to use UPS. UPS does not deliver to P.O. Boxes.

If you have any further questions, please feel free to email and we are happy to help.

Full Tilt Poker Support


Anyone got a better idea before I slap on the laughing gas mask and prepare for my wisdom teeth to be extracted by the Irish dentist and suck on a grape flavored popsicle to relieve the pain of the procedure? I'm not onboard to sign up for a new payment processor since the likelihood of any current processors going down soon is high enough to not bother with signing up, waiting for confirmations, and possibly have more funds suddenly locked up on the intertubes because the DOJ gets jiggy again when Master Shake goes after more strategic targets like maybe Dane Cook.

Thanks for dropping by, now head over to Pauly's site if you haven't heard about the Cardplayer/Bluff CutandPaste-gate going on. I've never been in the poker-blogging trenches (but I'm available to do so and I work for Cap'n Cokes!) but it seems to me that final table information is pretty much the same. Information posted to different sites would have their own "flava", much like 50 Cent and Snoop Dogg may rap about the same " bitches n' ho's" but do it their own voice. If the information wasn't copied word for word, what's the point of a three minute viral video shot in the context of The Blair Witch Project?

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