Everleaf Poker Peak Traffic Rises in October

Written by:
Patrick Flanigan
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Everleaf Poker

With 126 online poker skins associated with the network, the most in online poker today, Everleaf should be among the top 10 networks in terms of overall traffic.  It is not.

Everleaf just happens to be one of the only US-facing Internet poker rooms.

That said, PokerScout.com observed a fairly significant increase in peak traffic during the month of October compared to previous months.

Since October 4 the network has seen peak traffic hover around 800.  This is up from an average of around 500 throughout the summer months.  Also significant is that one of its skins, PokerView.com, left late September to join the Merge Network. 

Gambling911.com could not immediately determine the reasoning for such an increase in traffic.  Needless-to-say, this trend is great news for Everleaf. 

- Patrick Flanagan, Gambling911.com

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