Coming up this Saturday the 2nd of August is a chance for people to get their hands on some pretty cool Full Tilt Poker merchandise. We are not talking just caps and shirts either, as you will be surprised just how many items there are that they managed to brand with their name.
There is going to be an auction held by Jay Sugarman Auction Corp. with goods worth more than $2 million combined. In total there will be more than 200,000 items all branded by the former ownership of Full Tilt Poker.
The auction is being held in San Dimas, California and will officially open its doors at 11am. Each of the items has come from what was claimed from the previous ownership of Full Tilt Poker and is possibly the last chance for people to get their hands on any memorabilia from that era.
There are more than 4,000 jackets, 28,000 decks of cards, 18,000 shirts, 7,000 card protectors, 15,000 key chains and even items like bar stools, luggage tags, basketballs, coffee cups and black plastic bags.
Their site shows that online bidding has already begun on a selection of items, though most of the smaller items seem to be available only in bulk amounts. This is understandable with such a large amount of goods on offer as it would take a lifetime to sell everything individually.
The rest is going under the hammer in San Dimas however, though people all over the world will be able to take part in the auction via the internet. All that is needed is a valid credit or debit card and you are good to go if you are happy to pay the postage on anything that you purchase.
There are bound to be some great deals to be had for collectors out there, especially those that love poker memorabilia. So whether you are interested in a Full Tilt Poker pen, gold bag, mouse pad, sports bottle or perhaps a strategy book written by the likes of Howard Lederer, Gus Hansen or Dan Harrington, it is sure to be there.