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Full Tilt Poker Review
Full Tilt Poker is one of the larger online poker rooms that
has some unique features. It recruits a lot of pros to play at
the site, so players can have the experience of pitting their
skill against a well-known professional. Their software is also
much more cartoony than most sites, which some people may
enjoy. When this site first went live, it had some of the
tightest games on the internet. Now it appears they are doing a
decent job of attracting fishy players to the network, so the
games are getting easier.
The software is definitely unique. People can choose among an
array of cartoon characters as their avatar. You are also able
to display various emotions with the avatar. This adds a level
of enjoyment to the game and is attractive to recreational
players. From a hands per hour standpoint, the software is a
little on the slow side.
Bonuses and Promotions
They offer a 100% first-deposit bonus up to $600. This bonus is
worked off at a decent rate for higher-stakes games, but very
slowly at lower stakes games. The way it works is that you
receive $.06 of your bonus for every dollar that is raked from
the pot. Thus, people who play in higher stakes games (such as
$5-$10 no-limit) end up working off the bonus very quickly, but
people who play lower stakes (where the rake is generally not
even a dollar) work it off VERY slowly. Most sites award you
around $.10 per raked hand, so this deal is not so good for
lower stakes players but it is great for higher stakes
They also have other promotions. For example, they hold
satellites to various World Series of Poker tournaments.
Neteller cashouts should be received within 48 hours, but might
possibly be received as quickly as a couple hours.
As Full Tilt's player base grows, it appears the competition is
getting somewhat easier. When the site was newer and smaller,
it had a reputation for being full of tight players. Now you
find high-stakes games available and more money on the network.
The smaller stakes games are about average.
Currently, they only have customer service via email. This is
kind of annoying because it is nice to know that you can call
and talk to someone in case a serious problem occurs. However,
in my experience, they respond to their emails very quickly.
Usually, I received a response within a couple of minutes.
Ring Games offered
Texas Holdem, Omaha, Omaha hi-lo, 7-Stud, Razz
Ring Games stakes
Fixed-Limit: $.25-.50 up to $1,000-2,000
Cap No-Limit (Maximum loss per hand, per player is 30 big
blinds): $0.05-0.10 up to $500-1,000
No-Limit/Pot-Limit: $.05-$.10 up to $300-600
Texas Hold'em, Omaha, Omaha hi-lo, 7-Stud, Razz, H.O.R.S.E.
Heads-up: From $5 up to $1,000
Single-Table: From $1 up to $1,000
Multi-Table: $1 up to $200
Minimum Deposit: $50