Full Tilt Poker has had their gaming license and poker room is shut down. Poker News Daily has more details, but here is enough to hold you in case you’re in a rush.
Today’s action by the AGCC is the biggest blow to Full Tilt Poker in the two and a half months since Black Friday. In fact, many in the poker community believe it is the final dagger for the once high-flying company. What had previously been the world’s second largest online poker room by a longshot had already lost half of its player base since Black Friday after it had to shut out all U.S. players. Now, with poker operations completely stopped for at least a month, the company will fall into an even deeper hole.
I guess Phil Ivey‘s lawsuit may have a little mustard to it. This can’t be a good sign for Full Tilt Poker. At the same time I don’t think this has any adverse effect on legalization of poker in America. I’m sure more domino’s will continue to fall.
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