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Full Tilt Poker

Written by: on 3rd November 2008
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Full Tilt Poker

Full Tilt Poker is not a skin of another network, but it is its own bona fide poker room. As a unique network they have attracted a professional player base and, coupled the right advertising, have grown to become one of the top online poker destinations in the world. Full Tilt offers the most popular poker games played today: Hold'em, Omaha, Omaha Hi/Lo, 7 Card Stud, 7 Card Stud Hi/Lo, Razz; plus a variety of mixed games such as: HO, HA, HOSE, and HORSE. With its large player base you can find many games besides Hold'em in play. In fact, Full Tilt is the number one online site today for games like Omaha, Stud, and the mixies, with hundreds of tables spread across all limits. However, No-Limit Hold'em is still the game most people want to play. With an average of over 10,000 tables being played, you can rest assured you will not have to worry about finding a game!

Playing real money games at Full Tilt Poker earns you Full Tilt Points. Points awarded for playing at real money ring tables or tournaments are based on the rake or fees paid. You collect 1 point for every $1 in rake, including fractional points. For example, if the rake ends up being $2.20, you would collect 2.2 points. You can earn up to 3 points per hand, as $3 is the maximum rake. If you play tournaments, you earn 7 points for each $1 in fees that you pay. If you register for a $200 + $16 tournament, you would collect 112 points (7 times 16).

You can use your points in two ways: to enter special Full Tilt Points tournaments or to purchase exclusive merchandise from their store. While the store at Full Tilt offers items like poker books, DVDs, clothes such as custom jerseys (the jerseys like the pros wear with YOUR name on it), electronics and such, what make it unique is that they don’t accept currency! You can only purchase things by using Full Tilt Points. Get enough points and you can take home a Harley or a Mini Cooper. Check it out!

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