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Online Poker Traffic Falls 0.4% This Week

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Dec/22/2010

The online poker traffic monitoring website PokerScout.com reports a 0.4% decrease in overall traffic at the Web poker rooms this past week despite frigid temperatures across the Eastern part of the US and equally brutal weather conditions throughout much of Europe. 

The top 10 sites and networks were evenly split again in terms of declines and increases. 

The site notes that Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve are traditionally among the slowest days for Internet poker. 

Top 20 movers for the week were the Cereus Network, which pulled ahead of PokerStars.fr to take eighth place. Entraction Network moved up a notch into 12th place ahead of Winamax.fr. Striking back for the French was Ongame.fr, which edged out Svenska Spel 18th place.

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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