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Full Tilt Poker Traffic Levels Off

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Jun/14/2011
Full Tilt Poker

After some pretty drastic declines in the weeks that followed an indictment against the company on April 15, online poker company Full Tilt Poker seems to be leveling off around 8800 average cash players per week.  That is still well above the next closest competitor, PartyPoker at 3650.

Full Tilt Poker has yet to pay out any of its US-based customers.  The company claims to be in negotiations with US prosecutors to release seized funds.  Another of the three firms indicted as part of what is now coined as “Black Friday”, PokerStars, has paid its US customers in full.  The third company, UB.com, has yet to pay US-based customers.  Its average real cash players this week was at an all time low of 86 according to PokerScout.com.

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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