At Full Tilt Poker, we believe our players should be able to withdraw funds from their accounts as easily as they can make deposits.

Please visit our Withdrawals Policy page for information on how we process withdrawals.

Withdrawal Options

We offer a variety of payment methods to meet your specific needs. Please note that the amount you may be able to withdraw from your player account may vary depending on your balance and the frequency of your transactions.

Withdrawal options offered are dependent on your country of residence. Please return to our Payment Methods page to determine options available in your country of residence.

Full Tilt Poker reserves the right to use additional eligibility criteria to determine the withdrawal options players may be offered at any given time.

Withdrawal Options

CFT

Visa is a brand of credit and debit cards issued worldwide by financial institutions and can be used to make purchases online.

Withdrawals to CFT eligible Visa cards are available, providing you have made a deposit to your Full Tilt Poker account using your Visa card in the past and the card has not since expired.

Automatic Visa withdrawals will take 3-10 business days after your withdrawal has been processed for the funds to appear on your statement. Visa withdrawals in excess of the total amount you’ve deposited with a withdrawal-eligible Visa will be sent for processing within 72 hours and it will take 3-10 business days after your withdrawal has been processed for the funds to appear on your statement.

Read more about withdrawals to Visa in the Visa Quick Start Guide.

In addition to the above methods, you can also transfer funds to your PokerStars account. Please see our PokerStars account transfer page for more details.

An email notification from Full Tilt Poker will be sent to you confirming each transaction made within your account. Always refer to your confirmation email after you've made a withdrawal to confirm how your funds were processed.

In special cases, additional information may be required for a withdrawal to be processed.