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Poker World Awaits Alderney Gaming Commission Hearing

Tomorrow is a big day for many in the poker world as the Alderney Gaming Commission will hold a hearing to determine whether or not to restore Full Tilt Poker’s license. The beleaguered poker room lost its licenses with Alderney on June 29th which forced them to shut-down business worldwide. Since then, rumors of a sale have spread through the poker world including a possible deal that would leave Americans in the wind. It is estimated that Full Tilt owes some $150 million to their U.S. player base.

The Alderney hearing begins tomorrow in London at 10:00 am British Summer Time (5:00 am ET) and could possibly take two days to complete if necessary. It is unclear at this time if Full Tilt plans to make a statement at the hearing regarding rumors of a possible sale.

Full Tilt was the second-largest online poker room prior to their June 29th shutdown. That spot is now occupied by Party Poker.

Check back with PokerTips tomorrow for a full summary on the developments coming out of London.


 



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