The Alderney Gaming Control Commission's hearing of Full Tilt Poker's case has come to an end after a two-day session in London. Full Tilt Poker now awaits the Commission's ruling.
The Alderney Gambling Control Commission's two-day hearing of Full Tilt Poker
in London has come to and, so far with no news of a final decision coming out from the closed meeting between the parts.
The hearing was held in camera, meaning that no public or media was granted access to the premises. As a result, no reports from the actual process have yet been released.
Additionally, the U.S. Department of Justice on yesterday released its amendment to its complaint about Full Tilt Poker and its Board of Directors, adding further intrigue to the case, while talks continued behind closed doors.
With virtually no information reaching the public since the meeting begun on Monday morning, it is impossible to estimate what exactly will be the outcome of the hearing.
A source, described by the Poker-King blog
as "being close to the situation", however stated that the hearing has come to a definite end, and that Full Tilt Poker will now await the Commission's decision in the case.
"No more hearing tomorrow. Just waiting on decision now. Not sure what else to say," were the brief words from the source, who wished to stay anonymous.
The Alderney Gambling Control Commission is expected to provide more information in this regard shortly, but so far no word has come out on the results of the meeting from the license giver either.