Not open to US players
Striking features at Full Tilt Poker?
- Multi-million dollar FTOPS series plus A+ software
- Insanely fun Jackpot Sit & Go’s
- Offers original speed-poker product Rush Poker
Full Tilt became one of the biggest and most successful online poker sites in history after it launched in 2004. However, it was not long back in 2011 when the company was unable to pay back its players after the events of Black Friday, the entire site came crashing to the ground. However, after that unfortunate event, former rival PokerStars stepped in and purchased the site and paid back all players in a spectacular industry-defining move.
The new Full Tilt with no more emphasis on the “Team Full Tilt” players is leaner and meaner than ever and instead a dedicated focus shifted on the recreational poker players. It’s a whole new ball game.
Fortunately the whole range of products is as strong as ever, perhaps even better than ever with PokerStars-level security and finances.
For the average players there’s action offered at virtually any game and limit 24/7, with Texas Hold’em, Omaha, Omaha Hi-Lo, Seven-Card Stud, Seven-Card Stud Hi-Lo, HORSE and Razz.
Full Tilt is also one of the most innovative poker sites in the world with variants that is not to be found anywhere else. The Rush Poker that was introduced in early 2010 Full Tilt marked the debut of fast-fold poker, a boon for action junkies. There are few other samples of unusual games such as Sit & Go Jackpots, Adrenaline Rush and 1UP Multi-Entry tournaments that you’ll find only at Full Tilt. If you are into casino kind of this, then the site offers a complete range of it.
Full Tilt’s software is available for Windows, OSX, iOS and Android and is considered by many to be the best in the entire poker industry.
Overall, there are plenty of tables and games to pick from at the Full Tilt. The “high-stakes experience” if you want it and get a chance to watch some super sick games at the marquee nosebleed tables.
Not currently available to U.S. players Full Tilt Poker is still open to anyone outside of the U.S. and remains one of the biggest online poker sites in the world.
Playing in any qualifying raked real-money ring-game hand or real-money MTT or sit-and-go earns Full Tilt player points. 10 Full Tilt Points will be divided between players for each $1 raked from a pot in a ring game. Players who contributed more to the rake will receive more points.
Players get 10 Full Tilt Points with no limit to the amount earned per tournament for every $1 in MTT or SNG fees,. E.g. play in a $200+$16 tournament, you’ll earn 160 points.
Full Tilt Points can then be spent on exclusive tourneys, merch in the FTP store, and more. During daily Happy Hour periods you can earn double or triple points; bonus points automatically appear in your account. You’ll qualify for the Edge Program after getting enough points and, which offers serious cash benefits. Points tourneys run frequently with plenty of satellites to big live and online events like the WPT, WSOP or the FTOPS series included.
There’s never a shortage of ongoing promos at Full Tilt due to the large volume of players. You can check the news and promos page on FTP for the latest promos and offers.
Tournaments & Freerolls
Full Tilt has a massive amount of tournaments with buy-ins from $1 all the way up to $25,000 or more. Events are busy, fast and well structured.
Full Tilt also offers insane Sit & Go Jackpot tournaments where players can win potentially 2,000X their buy-in just for beating two other players. Full Tilt runs plenty of freerolls as well – most of which are multi-table events with relatively loose play. Freerolls are run in all game varieties, not just Texas Hold’em and this is one of the unique features of Full Tilt. It’s a huge benefit for game specialists and old schoolers looking for a shot at free money, while players looking to try some new games can enter the events without the risk of crippling their bankrolls.
Full Tilt runs an assortment of free tournaments where players can buy in with their player points for those looking for larger freerolls.
Competition at Full Tilt ranges from relatively loose at the micro limits to pretty much unbeatable at the high and ultra-high stakes. It has gone through a bit of a transition over the years. In the past it used to be a serious grinder’s site, however with times it’s becoming more and more of a destination for casual players, especially in the lower stakes.
There’s a good chance Full Tilt got softer because of the site’s online casino, which launched in 2013. It’s hard to complain when it tends to funnel bad poker players into the site’s ecosystem. The micro-stakes on Full Tilt are especially good for new players.
While No-Limit Hold’em is always the main attraction, Full Tilt also offers some very good Omaha and Mix Games, which is fairly unusual.
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