Full Tilt Poker Shut Down Hearing Rescheduled

 

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The Alderney Gambling Control Commission (AGCC) has released an announcement that it has rescheduled the meeting with Pocket Kings Limited, owner of online poker site Full Tilt Poker, for September 19, 2011. The purpose of the meeting is for the AGCC to hear the finances and operational viability of behind the Full Tilt Poker shut down.

Full Tilt Poker had it’s license suspended in June by the AGCC, following the “Black Friday” events of April 15, 2011, due to the non-payment of over $150 million USD owed to players in the United States of America. Full Tilt Poker has failed to show the AGCC that its “activities inside and outside the United States were in order.”

The rescheduled hearing is to begin at 9:00am in the London Riverbank Park Hotel at the Plaza Suite. Those interested in attending the hearing can do so by contacting the authority on +44 (0)1481 825 500 or by emailing info@agcc.org.

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