The flagship site of the Equity Poker Network, Full Flush Poker has mysteriously gone offline. At the time of writing on Monday, the poker site is still offline after it flit-lined on Friday.
Players who have funds on the offshore US-facing site now fear the worst, as the operator has not come with an explanation yet. Throughout the past year there has been a slowing of withdrawal payments as shown by the poster on the TwoPlusTwo forums.
With capped cash payments at $360, there has just been a handful of withdrawals in 2016 from Full Flush Poker. Other payments requests have been pending for up to maximum 12 months.
Fullflushpoker.com Domain Name for $1.500
The site has given no response to players contacting the site through social media. On Saturday afternoon Safest Poker Sites spoke to a live customer support agent. This agent said the site was undergoing a software update and that there was no estimated time for the site to being up and running again.
Other rumors are that the domain is up for sale for $1.500. Fullflushpoker.com may be selling of his assets as quickly as possible.
The last scrap of correspondence from the operator was a September 27 tweet which reads, somewhat ironically:
“Our main goal at Full Flush Poker is to provide you with the best possible support. Our customer support representatives are available 24-7.”
Equity is Negative
In the sense that the site charges a flat fee per month and not a percentage of their revenues, the Equity Poker Network operates as a poker cooperative since its launch in 2013.
Now that there is little resource to retrieve funds to the site’s US players and Full Flush proves to be in trouble as equity has grown quickly by attracting 12 different skins. Three of these have only remained.
Players should be worried as the tiny Caribbean island of Curacao has no great attitude towards player protection and that’s where Full Flush is regulated from.