The market gave up almost all of its November gains falling 23% on the week, with global cash game traffic now back to a seven day moving average of just over 44,000 occupied seats.

The market gave up almost all of its November, gains falling 23% on the week, with global cash game traffic now back to a seven day moving average of just over 44,000 occupied seats.

An 18% fall in Adjarabet’s numbers takes it back down to 11th place in the global rankings, although not all of the fall should be attributed to the end of its Poker Masters promotion. Europe-Bet, which also targets the Georgian market has added over 100 seats to its average traffic numbers with a cash game promotion of its own—undoubtedly some of this traffic has been attracted away from its main competitor.

The demise of Ultimate Poker in Nevada, which maintained an average of over 60 cash game seats throws attention onto other poker rooms in other markets with similar numbers—will they also throw in the towel?