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Full Tilt Poker Continues to see Huge Drop in Traffic

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Jun/06/2011
Full Tilt Poker

Full Tilt Poker may be the world’s second largest online poker room even after the indictments handed down against the company on April 15 in the US, but FTP is struggling to maintain its marketing share outside the US.

Heading into June, Full Tilt Poker’s “real cash” numbers had fallen to under 9000 on average and just 5000 more than its nearest competitor PartyGaming. 

Much of the reason for this drop off is from Full Tilt Poker’s inability to pay out American customers still owed money following the April 15 indictments and seizure of funds from US authorities.  Customers may be apprehensive about playing at FTP.

Last week, Full Tilt Poker traffic fell another 7 percent.

- Chris Costigan, Gambling911.com Publisher

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