According to real-time tracking of independent industry monitor Market Pulse, September has been a great month for online poker, reports InfoPowa News. The month ending yesterday showed a remarkable level of growth in player action — particularly noteworthy considering all the recent gloom and doom in international economic news.

PokerStars.com and Full Tilt Poker.com continue to lead the global charge. PokerStars remains the leader by a wide margin, with a of 43 percent traffic increase and an average of 18,644 players a day in September. Its peak day was Sunday the 28th, when 21,340 players mobbed the website. Full Tilt’s growth was slightly more modest but still impressive, with a reported 30 percent growth and a daily average that reached 8,039. Its peak day was Wednesday, September 17th, when it pulled in 8,598 players.

Further down the list were Titan Poker (up 2 percent to a daily average of 5,070), Party Poker (a 3 percent rise to land at 4,288 players), and Mansion Poker (up 12 percent to 4,185 players). Everest Poker saw an increase of 4 percent to 2,331 players; Paradise Poker was up a significant 16 percent to 1,643; Doyle’s Room surged 9 percent to pull in 1,613 players; and 888.com’s Pacific Poker was up 7 percent to 1,007.

See the complete Market Pulse list for September at http://www.pokerlistings.com/market-pulse/online-traffic.