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Alderney Gambling Control Commission Determining Full Tilt Poker Fate

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Jul/26/2011
Alderney Gambling Control Commission Full Tilt Poker

The Alderney Gambling Control Commission has adjourned after asking Full Tilt Poker a series of questions during a private hearing.  They were reviewing their options whether or not to reinstate Full Tilt Poker’s license.

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Alderney pulled the license after questions arose regarding FTP’s solvency and ability to pay out customers.  The company has not paid US citizens since its co-founders were indicted by the US Justice Department on April 15.  The two co-founders were charged with money laundering and bank fraud.  Players around the world have not been paid since the license was yanked on June 29. 

Full Tilt Poker attorneys requested a private hearing, which was granted by the AGCC early Tuesday.

This story is developing…

- Chris Costigan, Gambling911.com Publisher

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