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Full Tilt Poker To Expand Into Online Casino Gambling

full tilt pokerIt may have just been heavy rumours throughout the past few days but the parent company of Full Tilt Poker has now confirmed that the online poker site will be expanding and bringing other forms of casino gambling to its customers.

The Rational Group which is the parent company of both PokerStars and Full Tilt Poker recently released a statement that reveals that whilst PokerStars will remain unchanged and concentrate solely on its poker product, Full Tilt will be adding many new casino games.

Here is their official statement:

The Rational Group intends to expand our product offering to include casino style games on Full Tilt Poker. While adding new games, we remain committed to building our leadership in poker with PokerStars and Full Tilt Poker and continuing to deliver the highest quality poker experience to players.

These new games on Full Tilt will provide more gaming options with the same high quality player experience, integrity, security, safety and support that players have come to expect from our brands. PokerStars will continue to offer a Poker-only experience.

They are quick to explain that Full Tilt will continue to deliver on the poker side of things but that they are going to give their customers the option to play a variety of other casino based games. This would represent the first time that Rational Group has ventured into any other type of gambling other than poker in more than 12 years of history.

Everything they have touched so far seems to turn to gold though, so we are sure they will be doing their best to bring a top quality variant on the more regular casino games that are available today. Many poker players prefer to stick to their game, but other out and out gamblers may find that a good variation of gabling options in one site would suit them down to the ground.

Apart from the confirmation of their plans, the Rational Group have not yet gone into more detail about issues such as which games, what software providers they might choose to use and whether the games will combined into the same client software that hosts the poker.

We will certainly let you know more information as soon as we ourselves do hear of any. We also do not know exactly when this is planned to start, though we are sure we will hear more about that in the future.

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