Full Tilt Poker Shut-Downs Once Again
July 29th, 2011 – Wednesday morning – Full Tilt Poker shut-downs once again when the Alderney Gaming Control Commission (AGCC) suspended their license; now, even though they do not have the scary government seal on their homepage anymore, they still cannot accept any more players, deposits, withdrawals, nor allow any games to run – hence, a shut-down in all respects.
They will have a hearing on the 26th of July, but until then, it is no more Full Tilt for any player around the World.
Who knows though, Full Tilt was known to have a Kahnawake License too, but it does not seem they are using it to stay afloat these days. Regardless of FTP’s move, High Stakes Report feels the need to recommend alternatives for our players, visitors and friends; trust-worthy poker site alternatives.
These include the non-US poker site giant: 888Poker, which also has other channels for players within the same account, such as their 888Casino.
888Casino exclusive bonus of 100% up to $1400/£800/€900 + $10 FREE at the casino!
That said, we also recommend LuvinPoker for our US players, where you can join their $5K rake races, and their 200% up to $1,000 bonus!
Regardless of your room and choice, it will sure be good to keep playing the game you love, to play some online poker once again!