Full Tilt Hearing Called

July 15, 2011

The Aldernay Gambling Control Commission (AGCC) has called for a public hearing on July 26th regarding the Full Tilt Poker accusations. They will likely be asked about the on goings of their company, why they have been so secretive about things, and where players’ funds are.

Hopefully Full Tilt Poker executives will reveal some more details on the rumored possible sale of the company, as well as why players’ funds were mixed with operating funds. Other issues are likely to be addressed as well.
The statement issued by the AGCC follows:

Alderney Gambling Control Commission (AGCC) will hold a public hearing regarding the future of Full Tilt Poker at 10am on 26 July at the Park Plaza Victoria Hotel in London.

The purpose of the hearing will be to make public evidence from both AGCC and Full Tilt regarding the suspension of Full Tilt’s licence and to adjudicate the findings transparently.

Full Tilt’s licence was suspended last month by AGCC following an indictment by the US government and its subsequent failure to satisfy AGCC that its activities inside and outside the US were in order.

Executive Director of AGCC, André Wilsenach, said: “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.”


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