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Full Tilt Skyrockets into 4th Place in Player Traffic

Just a few days ago, Full Tilt overtook Bodog/Bovada for 5th place in cash game player traffic. The relaunched poker site has not ended its ascent up the worldwide rankings there, as an influx of players now finds Full Tilt in 4th place and climbing.

The latest numbers provided by PokerScout show Full Tilt with a seven-day average of 1,700 players, a gain of 250 players in a matter of days. As a result, PartyPoker now holds down the 5th position, averaging 1,450 ring game players.

That’s a decrease of 50 players for the offering, many of whom may have clicked their way over to Full Tilt. The sister site of PokerStars is likely benefiting from its Easy Bonus Promotion that gives away free cash to all active players who earn a specific number of points that vary according to the bonus offered to each player.

Full Tilt appears to be pushing the promo quite heavily. On a personal note, I received two emails in recent days reminding me that a bonus cash offer is sitting in my Full Tilt account. The deadline for acceptance is Oct. 5, with 10 days permitted to release the bonus by earning the required points after accepting.

Next month will mark two full years since Full Tilt relaunched following Black Friday and its shutdown. My, how time flies.


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Charles Rettmuller

Charles has been an avid poker player for a number of years, both live and online. He holds a degree in journalism and previously worked as a reporter for a Chicago-based newspaper. Charles joined the PokerUpdate team in early 2012 and writes daily news articles for the site.