The above quote was made on CAP in a disgusting post and has been echoed by the likes of G911. When affiliates make comments like this and continue to support rogues it shows you just why rooms like AP don't have any reason to change.Right now there isnt a more secure room online that AP and UB.
Annotation:The Kahnawake Gaming Commission (KGC) announced today an audit into the current and historic activities of Absolute Poker and interaction with its gaming and financial systems. As a KGC licence holder Absolute Poker is obliged to adhere to the Regulations Concerning Interactive Gaming.
Absolute Poker has agreed to fully cooperate with the KGC and / or its agents.
Mr David Montour, the Commissions Chairman, said, This week allegations of impropriety have been bought to the attention of the Kahnaw:ke Gaming Commission. We have appointed experts to conduct a thorough audit of all circumstances, provide findings and recommendations to the Commission. The audit will not be restricted to examining theories circulating in Internet chat rooms and fora.
Mohawk Territory of Kahnawake
17 October, 2007
As discussed earlier in this thread, it was Joe Norton, not the KGC, that claimed to own Absolute.KGC claims in an earlier statement they own AP. Now they are fining AP $500,000. Are they fining themselves? Maybe I misunderstood?
Standard operating procedure seems to me (do not single Kahnawake out but they will prolly win the MVP for 2007)......Btw, you left out #6 but your point is spot on regardless!1. That only suitable persons and entities are permitted to operate within Kahnawake;
2. That the games offered are fair to the player; and
3. That winners are paid.
4. That cheats are protected.
5. That the general public are idiots.
I wouldnt want the US government in to regulate anything. They have little respect for international laws & this is an international issue. i think that would be a step in the wrong direction.Unfortunately I think this just demonstrates the further need for a reputable body like the U.S. government to step into the online gaming world to regulate. If this does not happen innocent unsuspecting consumers will continue to be cheated in a known or unknown fashion.