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Quebec Poker Players May Lose Service

25 July 2011 by admin

Poker players in Quebec in North America are having a hard time so far this year. The most recent hit to their professional online casino game and popular form of online casino entertainment has taken a hard hit, and may result in Quebec poker players losing out on playing at all.

First there was the United States’ Black Friday indictments that resulted in the shake down that has Full Tilt losing some of its licenses, both from the Alderney Gambling Control Commission as well as the Kahnawake Gaming Commission. Full Tilt will also be undergoing a hearing in London tomorrow (July 26th) Unfortunately for Full Tilt, there is a snowball effect that has caught them up and is resulting in a revealing of the company’s personal business functions. This is tough for players in Canada and Quebec where the site was popular. But now things look to get harder for professional online poker players in Quebec.

There is now a disagreement between the Quebec Poker Tournament League (LTPQ) and Loto-Quebec. The two have a partnership that involves the use of that state run lotto company’s site. At this point the approximated 40,000 players that make up the LTPQ are unable to play any online poker because the LTPQ has to stop their online poker activities owing to a statement they made about Loto-Quebec, saying that there were some issues involving missing sponsorship and service payments to the state run online lotto company.

While the LTPQ is keeping their members up to date on the legal happenings, Loto-Quebec is keeping their lips tight only saying that that have begun the process of taking legal action against the LTPQ. Loto-Quebec is seeking CAD$175,000 (USD$184,599) in damages to its reputation from the LTPQ.

Unfortunately it is the online poker players in Quebec who have lost both their online casino to play poker in as well as now the online location of their league’s playing. There is hope that LTPQ and Loto-Quebec will settle their disagreement and allow poker players in Quebec to get back into their online casino poker playing.

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