The online poker community including poker affiliates has learned that Fulltiltpoker has their egaming licensed suspended by the Alderney Gaming Commission.
The rollercoaster for poker players and affiliates continues as Fulltiltpoker now has their egaming license suspended by the Alderney Gambling Control Commission.
Their press release on June 29th, 2011 can be read here.
The license is suspended in relation to the poker indictments from April 15th, 2011.
This means that poker players will not be allowed to play or deposit at the poker site and this includes players world wide.
It has been reported at twoplustwo.com for some time that poker players were not getting paid and that Fulltiltpoker was actively seeking an investor to take care of the flood of withdrawals that have probably have depleted the bank roll and floats for their ewallets.
Professional poker player and Fulltiltpoker sponsor Tom Dwan posted some comments on his twitter account that acknowledged the license suspension.
He recently posted that he has good news and will make another tweet to follow up.
The rumors online are that Binions could be buying the company or perhaps they have secured another egaming license in another jurisdiction.
It seems that out of the big 4 poker companies that suffered from Black Friday that PokerStars seem to be coping the best while UltimateBet, UB and Absolute Poker still have their original domains offline and players and affiliates left unpaid.
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