Full Tilt Poker to be sold – July 1
In the past days Full Tilt Poker shut down, because its gaming license was suspended by the Alderney Gaming Control Comission. Since April 15th Full tilt Poker was not capable of paying back US players as much as $150 million. Full Tilt attorneys confirmed on July 1st that the poker site’s Irish parent company, Pocket Kings will be sold to European investors. The investment will be enough to pay back US players and to keep the poker site running.
Phil Ivey who filed a lawsuit again Full Tilt Poker for not paying the players is considering to dismiss it, because he thinks that the poker site is making the right decisions to pay back the players in the end. Full tilt Poker is now clearing up the problems with Alderney and US prosecutors. If you are affected by this news, leave a comment below.