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Full Tilt Poker, Alderney Gambling Control Commission Meetings Continue

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Sep/20/2011
Full Tilt Poker

Talks between Full Tilt Poker attorneys and the Alderney Gambling Control Commission were scheduled to continue through Wednesday evening.  The meeting room at the Park Plaza Hotel in London has been booked by the group up until that time, Quadjacks Radio reported exclusively on Tuesday.

The AGCC pulled the plug on Full Tilt Poker on June 29 after the online poker company failed to pay customers in the US following an April 15 indictment that included charges of money laundering and bank fraud.  FTP has yet to pay customers across the globe since its shutdown on June 29. 

The AGCC is in meetings to determine the viability of the company and whether Full Tilt Poker can effectively pay back customers.  This includes their ability to attract investors.

- Chris Costigan, Gambling911.com Publisher

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