Alderney Gaming Commission Will Hold Hearing on Full Tilt Poker July 26

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A hearing is scheduled to discuss the future of Full Tilt Poker on July 26.

The Alderney Gaming Commission pulled Full Tilt Poker’s license earlier in the month leaving players around the world unable to play and unable to get paid.

Full Tilt Poker was indicted on April 15 by the US Justice Department.

“AGCC’s choice to hold a public hearing in to the future of Full Tilt Poker demonstrates our willingness to act transparently and we will welcome members of the public and the media. As ever at all times, our primary concern is the protection of the player," said André Wilsenach, executive director of AGCC.

The meeting will be held at the Park Plaza Hotel in London and we are confident there will be plenty of tea and crumpets available at that lavish establishment while displaced poker players await their funds.  US players have not been paid since April 15.

- Chris Costigan, Gambling911.com Publisher

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