In October, it was Poker Stars’ turn to fight back.
That month, the operator hosted the NJCOOP, which turned out to be the biggest and most successful tournament series in NJ to date.
In some cases, it’s been around for over a decade (888 and Party Poker, for example).
Right now the game of choice at most rooms is no limit holdem.
Remember, most of the software powering online poker sites in New Jersey is not new.
Since, liquidity has rebounded somewhat, but it looks as though WSOP will have to content itself 888 Poker NJ: The WSOP/888 network absorbed the launch of Poker Stars NJ about as well as could be expected, losing just under 25 percent of its cash game liquidity.
The duo continue to share liquidity across lower stakes no limit hold’em cash games and While sites certainly have points in the day where they are more or less busy, and while a certain promotion or tournament may cause traffic at a particular room to spike temporarily, it’s best to look at rolling averages to understand which poker rooms are most consistently busy.
Poker Stars operates as a standalone network, and brought the number of networks to between 3 and 4, depending on how you consider 888 and WSOP.