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Full Tilt adds speedy deposit and withdrawal method

6 September 2007

Full Tilt Poker has added Gatorpay to its list of deposit and withdrawal methods.

"Gatorpay is one of the fastest methods to transfer money into your Full Tilt Poker account," the site says on its Web site.

Gatorpay is a prepaid phone card that works directly with your checking account. Players can load the card with money, and then transfer it to Full Tilt. The card charges a 3% commission and $.90 transaction fee for using the service. And unlike most phone cards, Gatorpay allows members to withdraw cash from its phone card directly into bank accounts.

In order to use the card with Full Tilt, your Gatorpay and Full Tilt e-mail addresses much match up exactly. And Full Tilt says the actual money transfers only take a few minutes.

Full Tilt adds speedy deposit and withdrawal method is republished from Online.CasinoCity.com.
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Vin Narayanan is the managing editor at Casino City. When he's not writing or editing stories, he likes to play Chinese Poker, Badugi, Razz and any other "non-traditional" poker game. He also thinks blackjack is his best game and loves game theory.

Before joining Casino City, Vin covered (not all at the same time) sports, politics and elections, wars, technology, celebrities and the Census for USATODAY.com, USA WEEKEND and CNN.

A proud graduate of Michigan State University, Vin can be found on most nights and weekends trying to find a way to watch the Spartans play football or basketball.

Vin Narayanan
Vin Narayanan is the managing editor at Casino City. When he's not writing or editing stories, he likes to play Chinese Poker, Badugi, Razz and any other "non-traditional" poker game. He also thinks blackjack is his best game and loves game theory.

Before joining Casino City, Vin covered (not all at the same time) sports, politics and elections, wars, technology, celebrities and the Census for USATODAY.com, USA WEEKEND and CNN.

A proud graduate of Michigan State University, Vin can be found on most nights and weekends trying to find a way to watch the Spartans play football or basketball.