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AGCC demands an independent survey over the Fulltilt case

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AGCC demands an independent survey over the Fulltilt case
Written by Peter Lacazio on Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Following the Black Friday events mentioned in this article, the Alderney Gambling Control Commission (AGCC) suspended, then revoked the license of Fulltilt Poker. Lastly, the regulator decided to appoint an independent committee to analyse the actions that have been conducted in this case.

Full report expected March 2012

This investigation should allow to point out the transparency around AGCC’s actions. Managed by Peter Dean, former chairman of the UK regulator, the committee is expected to deliver a full report next March.

An investigation in the interest of players, licensees and the regulator

Realising irregularities had been committed during the Fulltilt Poker case, the AGCC decided to launch this survey to fulfill its statutory obligations. The executive director, André Wilsenach, thinks the reaction of the entity was totally appropriate and fair. However, after an internal evaluation and external questions, the AGCC has estimated an independent survey would be welcome in the interests of players, operators and the regulator itself.


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