Full Tilt Poker wins more typo domains through arbitration.
Wouldn’t it have been ironic had Full Tilt Poker not been in possession of FullTiltPoker.com when it won rights to several typos?
Pocket Kings Limited, which owns Full Tilt Poker, picked up 3 domain names through UDRP this week. That makes a dozen total typo domain names it has won in April.
The latest three were fulltiltepoker.com, fulltiltpokar.net, and fultiltpocker.net.
Most of the typos are of the company’s dot com domain name, which was briefly seized by the U.S. government earlier this month. The government later turned the domain name back over to the company with the stipulation that U.S. players be forbidden to play.
The company also won FullTiltPoker.co this month.
It would have been strange if you were able to visit the poker web site by misspelling it, but not if you typed it correctly.
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