In a press release we received yesterday, the Alderney Gambling Control Commission announced that it would hold a public hearing regarding the future of Full Tilt Poker. The hearing will take place on July 26 at the Park Plaza Victoria Hotel in London.
Full Tilt Poker's license was suspended in June by the AGCC after the company failed to satisfy the AGCC's concerns regarding its activities inside and outside the U.S. after Black Friday. The reason for the hearing is to "make public evidence from both AGCC and Full Tilt regarding the suspension of Full Tilt's license and to adjudicate the findings transparently."
“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.
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