Full Tilt Poker

Full Tilt Poker is an ambitious poker room that was launched in July 2004. Full Tilt Poker has a number of world-class poker pro endorsers, such as Howard Lederer, Chris Ferguson, Phil Ivey, John Juanda and Erik Seidel. The pros are not playing so much at the tables. The most action is at the low stakes no-limit Holdem tables, and no-limit Holdem fixed schedule tournaments. The graphics are innovative with cartoon-style avatars. The software is good and different; however, not quite in line with the very best in terms of functionality. Real-money player statistics – May 2005: 700-1100 ring game players at peak hours, 1600-2100 tournament players at peak hours. Full Tilt Poker’s graphics have a different and fun look and feel. Each player chooses an avatar, which can display different emotions to add some spice. The player can choose from different background environments.

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Full Tilt Poker Download software runs quickly and reliably when we have tested the play money tables. Notes on players are supported. The statistics function is OK with decent information details. Overall, Fill Tilt Poker has good software.

Full Tilt Poker just started in mid-July 2004 but has decent traffic right away. The volume is very concentrated to low stakes no-limit Holdem. There are typically 700-1100 players at peak hours, out of which at least 90-95% is in the Holdem section.

Full Tilt Poker has initial tournament traffic of 1600-2100 real money players at peak hours. Full Tilt Poker has a decent game selection, with Holdem, Omaha Hi and Hi-Lo, 7-Card-Stud Hi and Hi-Lo. Full Tilt Poker Download. There are no-limit and pot-limit in Holdem and pot-limit in both Omaha variants.

The rake is slightly higher than the average of the industry. The rake is 5% and taken in tight intervals. Full Tilt Poker has a “No Flop – No Drop” rake policy, like most sites. A maximum of $1 is taken out of the pots up to $1/$ two games. At higher limits, $2/$ four and above, Full Tilt Poker has a max rake of $3, and the rake structure is analogous to most other sites.

The competition has become very tough (it started out with average tough games in the summer of 2004). The fixed-limit games are the toughest, where most average players will lose at almost any longer session. The no-limit games are a bit less tough, but still clearly more difficult to win at than at average online poker rooms.

Full Tilt Poker Bonus

Full Tilt Poker offers a 100% deposit match bonus up to $600 for all first-time depositors. Full Tilt Poker Download. Playing at for example one $0.5/$1 NL table you will typically earn about $3-$6 in bonus per hour — the fine print. The bonus is released to your cash account into increments of 20% of your initial deposit. So if you make a one-time deposit of $100, with each $20 you earn, it will be released into your account. They also offer a regular system with Full Tilt Points. Promotions with the stars coming up. Only email support currently. Good, as a relative newcomer but with financial muscles and famous backers.

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