Casino News: Full Tilt Poker Players, in agony with Alderney Gambling Commission

Full Tilt Poker Players, in agony with Alderney Gambling Commission

 July 29, 2011, 6:46 am (6 years ago)

As, Alderney Gambling Commission took steps for a public hearing over resolving the issues regarding the license suspension of Full Tilt Poker, it brought about a hope to the US poker players to get at least some of their money invested at the poker room. Full Tilt Poker owes around $150 million to its poker players.

AGCC first reflected a light of hope among the players as a transparent act towards getting a satisfactory decision including the members from the public and media through this hearing. The commission promised that the protection of the rights of the players is their primary concern.

However, the players remained unfortunate due to the unsuccessful results of this long awaited hearing. The hearing date adjourned until September after a closed meeting between the two parties.

Meanwhile, the battle is continue and the players are still hanging around a question mark to get their money back.
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