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AGCC Exonerated Over FTP Collapse

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Full Tilt report exonerates Alderney gambling regulator A report into the Alderney gambling regulator’s handling of the besieged Full Tilt Poker website has found it was “appropriate, timely and fair”. Its author, Peter Dean, said the episode was “an example of regulation working as it should”. He said the Alderney Gambling Control Commission had “conducted the ‘fit and proper’ tests with appropriate rigour”. The commission revoked the online firm’s licence in September after claims of […]


Poker Presidential Candidates


LIBERTY IN OUR HEARTS – Thanks to Richard Shilling Being an online poker player, the laws in other major poker playing countries have a dramatic impact upon my everyday life. None more so than the United States, which prior to April of this year contributed about 50% of the players that I would face on a daily basis. It is with great interest then, that I follow to 2012 US presidential race. In my mind, […]


Month End Update

I’ve been extremely slack in blogging lately, but mostly because I haven’t had much important to say. April has been a pretty hectic month of playing poker, studying, looking for a house and other random things that I’ve been doing, but nothing has really stood out as blog-worthy. I’ve spent much of the last few Saturday’s touring through potential houses that have been open for inspection. A few of them have had crazy amounts of […]


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