Full Tilt Is Back and Thriving

December 26, 2012

Since the November 6 relaunch of Full Tilt Poker, there has been a continuous slide in traffic and presently, the online poker room is recording a massive 53% off its record of 8,000 cash players while at the highest peak.

All is not gloomy for the poker room though. The good news is that with an average of 4,300 cash players in seven days, Full Tilt Poker is still in the range of its closest competitors, coming second behind PokerStars. It is comfortably ahead of the iPoker Network, which includes Bet365, William Hill, Titan Poker, and Betfred and has an average of 2,750 cash players, as well as PartyPoker which is not far behind in fourth position with an average 2,650 cash players every seven-day duration.

The FTOPS is even back at Full Tilt Poker.

In the meantime, PokerStars continues to reign over the industry, boasting a multitude of real money game players averaging at 23,400.

Last week PokerStars may have seen a 10% decline in traffic, which is probably a result of its behemoth promotion finishing. According to the PokerScout, 93,168 cash game players were reported on the day the 90 billionth hand promotion’s hand was hit. $66,380 went to “m1sspiggy”, the lucky winner, while $14,000 went to each of five other finalist players.

Lastly, Microgaming Poker Network (MPN), which was recently rebranded, enjoyed a boost in player traffic by 20%, and is now looking set to continue making strides in the poker traffic rankings following the initial hitches experienced when transitioning.


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