On Friday 27th of May 2016, in Milan (Italy), the FIGB Court of Appeals held its hearing for Fulvio Fantoni and Claudio Nunes.
The two players were in court, with their Italian solicitor, Filippo Vinciguerra. Mr Carlo Totaro, the federal prosecutor’s consultant, was there too and he suggested the existence of a further cheating code, which applies to the leads played obliquely.
The Court is giving five days for everyone to submit their final views. The verdict will be made on the 10th of June 2016, and published on the 12.