ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — Two of New Jersey’s Internet gambling sites will begin sharing players next week, with bigger online prizes.

WSOP.com and 888poker.com will start sharing players on Monday.

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The move is designed to increase so-called player liquidity, a key area New Jersey’s year-old Internet gambling market is seeking to improve as it begins its second year.

Internet gambling in New Jersey took in only about a tenth of the $1 billion supporters had forecast for its first year.

Caesars Interactive says the move will increase prize guarantees for tournaments, and lead to a greater number of players available for cash games.

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The sites will begin sharing $130,000 in guaranteed tournaments each week.

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