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Full Tilt Poker: Orinic withdraws license application

Orinic Limited, Full Tilt Poker' subsidiary, has withdrawn the application for a gaming license that was made to Alderney Gambling Control Commission (AGCC). This was reported by AGCC in a press release 2 days ago. Also, this means that the scheduled public hearing next Thursday is canceled. This doesn't come as a surprise since Group Bernard Tapie, the investment group that was going buy Full Ti[...]   Read more » Full Tilt Poker: Orinic withdraws license application

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no real surprise here then.

the FTP saga continues.

its getting to the point whereby I'm genuinely amazed how people are even remotely interested.

their business figures must have been seriously amazing.

their best bet has to be a rebranding - regardless of whether people got their money back tomorrow the majority of players would withdraw and scarper to another site

     
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i want full tilt poker back...
and poker stars is a sick place

     
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xalfu, Pokerstars don´t will be a sick place for me anymore if he give me back my bank in FTP. Yes, i think that in the large time will be horrible to the poker world if only one big site manage the (at least) 70% of the traffic.

     
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@ Chartoule, about promotions on PokerStars i'm agree with you, the are not impressive. And "the biggest" - I don't mean the best)) A just say, that will be a monopoly. And that's not good. IMHO

     
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o noooooooooo come one guys

     
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