Full Tilt Poker is seeing increased traffic since it again opened to players. This is a direct result to the confidence being shown after Full Tilt was acquired by PokerStars. As more players become aware that Full Tilt is once again accepting players the confidence level will increase.
While there has been an increase in traffic the numbers of players is still low in comparison to previous numbers before the troubles began with the Justice department in the U.S. Even with the lower numbers Full Tilt Poker managed to place in the second spot for most players and beat out rival Party Poker by 30%. Full Tilt saw 5,400 players at the tables on average over the holiday season which saw increased numbers entering tournaments and prize pools improving.
It is expected that under the guidance of PokerStars management that Full Tilt will maintain its new found position as the second most visited poker room. While although traffic overall has declined within the industry by 4% it is not enough to generate much concern.
Full Tilt Poker offers a wide range of poker along with tournaments, Sit’N’Go’s, ring tables and offers multiple qualifiers to WPT and other events.