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Full Tilt Poker: Back to its normal attendance

The reopening of Full Tilt Poker has been crowned with a lot of success especially as it has been eagerly awaited. In fact, at some moment, up to 15,000 players attended its daily cash game tables since its come back. Such attendance is certainly due to the quality of the offer by the new operator which is none other than PokerStars. Unfortunately, this success did not really last long. For two weeks, the poker room registered a considerable decline in its participation rate, estimated at 40%. The cash game tables at Full Tilt Poker attract more than 5,000 players per day while a month earlier, the number of participants was three times higher. The causes of this decline in attendance are not yet defined. English media evoke various reasons such as resentment of former subscribers, an aggressive promotional campaign in the short term or the end of affiliation programs.



Note however that despite this decline, Full Tilt Poker stay in the average. It is the second in the world in terms of attendance. Certainly, it is far from being able to compete with PokerStars. But it ranked ahead of iPoker network. According to Pokerscout study, Full Tilt Poker is currently undergoing a phase of stabilization. It takes two to three weeks to regain normal activity. In all cases, the very popular room with many online poker customers seems to have found its rhythm. Statistics on the attendance rates remain largely invariable.

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