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UltimateBet is Starting to Make Headway

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Oct/22/2008
UltimateBet

Long hovering around the number 9 and 10 spot among the world's top online poker rooms in terms of real cash players, UltimateBet.com finds itself this week in the number 8 spot and fighting for the number 7 spot with Boss Media.

In the US, UltimateBet.com is easily the third most popular online poker room, though the trail significantly behind PokerStars and Full Tilt Poker, the number one and number two online poker rooms in the world, respectively.

UltimateBet also appears to have fought off Cake Poker, which was making significant strides in recent weeks.

The top 10 online poker rooms in terms of real cash players according to PokerSiteScout.com were: (the number right of the online poker room name is the average number of real cash players over the past 7 days)

1 PokerStars 17000

2 Full Tilt Poker 8500

3 iPoker 5400

4 PartyPoker 4800

5 Ongame Network 3100

6 Everest 2400

7 IPN (Boss Media) 1540

8 UltimateBet 1280

9 Svenska Spel 1220

10 CakePoker Network 1180

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Ace King, Gambling911.com

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