Full Tilt Considering Moving to Kahnawake
Full Tilt is considering a move to the Kahnawake Gaming Commission:
As is well known on 29 June 2011 Full Tilt Poker has seen its operating license suspended by the online poker "Alderney Gambling Control Commission (AGCC)," the confusion in the world of online poker settled and much speculation arose about the future of the 2nd largest house of the poker world.
Today day 30 June 2011 then finally comes the answer from Full Tilt Poker in the official statement:
Full Tilt Poker published via its Customer Support the following statement:
As you have heard, the Alderney Gaming Control Commission (AGCC) has suspended Full Tilt Poker's license with immediate effect, subject to a formal hearing late July.
Full Tilt is in ongoing discussions with the AGCC with the aim of rectifying the situation as soon as possible, therefore re-enabling real money play on the site.
Unfortunately, until this is resolved Full Tilt Poker is unable to facilitate any play, and this includes deposits and withdrawals.
Full Tilt Poker are deeply sorry for this inconvenience and will update you as and when there is further information available.
Full Tilt Poker Support"
Sources inside the Full Tilt Poker told 'Subject: Poker' that Full Tilt is thinking of reopening with a license from the Kahnawake Gaming Commission (KGC), and thus can return to make deposits and withdrawals as well as real money games.
KGC's Regulations allows to operate online poker licenses in the territory "Kahnawake Mohawk" in Montreal in Canada so it will be expected to take several hours to transfer Full Tilt dat to the servers in "Kahnawake Mohawk." In the KGC website says it takes between 4-8 weeks to ensure a new license, but sources inside the Full Tilt Poker indicated that the license that Full Tilt had in the past by 2006 in Kahnawake is still active so you should not take long to re-operate.