Online Casino and Gambling News: July 2011

U.S. Rep Speaks In Favor Of Online Poker

Appearing Thursday on CNBC, US. House Representative Joe Barton (R-TX) made his case for the legalization of online poker in the United States.

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With the news that rival online poker room Full Tilt Poker had its license suspended due to violating regulations in Alderney, online wagering group sent a message to its affiliates stating that the company is still going strong.

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Kahnawake Now Investigating Full Tilt Poker

The water keeps getting hotter for Full Tilt Poker. Following the suspension of their gaming license by regulators in Alderney, the Kahnawake Gaming Commission issued an advisory notice and announced that it had begun reviewing the secondary license of Kolyma Corporation AVV, an associate of Full Tilt Poker.

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Has Troubled Full Tilt Poker Been Sold?

The Los Angeles Times is reported that an agreement had been reached between Full Tilt Poker and a group of investors that could see U.S. players receiving refunds of up to $150 million.

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