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Online Poker Traffic Rises Another 1.4 Percent This Week

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Oct/13/2010
Online Poker Traffic

Online poker traffic was up another 1.4 percent this week according to PokerScout.com, a website that monitors traffic at all the world’s Web card rooms. 

Eight of the top ten ranked online poker rooms witnessed week-over-week increases in traffic.

PartyPoker witnessed a remarkable 10.7 percent increase, following the trends of other major online poker networks operating out of Europe, including OnGame and iPoker. 

PokerScout.com reports that the two biggest online poker rooms, PokerStars and Full Tilt, were the only networks who saw decreases in overall traffic.  PokerStars French and Italian card rooms did see modest increases however.

Both the Cereus Poker Network and Cake Poker moved up in the rankings while the top 4 online poker rooms maintained their positions for the 15th straight week. – Ace King reporting for Gambling911.com.  

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