FULL TILT POKER REVIEW
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Full Tilt Poker Introduction
Full Tilt Poker offer new players a great welcome bonus worth 100% of your first three deposits with them.
Just download the software – which is really easy to do – and opt in (via the Promotions Menu under the Cashier section) and the great 100% bonus will be yours for the taking. To unlock the bonus you need play at any real-money games and earn Full Tilt Points, with each point effectively clearing $0.04 – or 25 points unlocking $1. Each dollar raked from a pot in a real-money game earns 10 Full Tilt Points with your proportion in accordance with your contribution to the pot.
Your bonus is added to a bonus account, being released to cash in increments of 10% of your deposit or $20, whichever is smaller. You have 180 days from opting in to clear all the bonus funds and in addition you will also gain 10 free entries to the $50k First Deposit Freeroll Series and a Tournament Ticket worth $2.25 to use at a tournament or Sit and Go.
Full Tilt Poker Freerolls
As well as the amazing First Deposit Freeroll series, where there is $5,000 up for grabs twice every Sunday, there are also plenty of other freerolls on offer at Full Tilt Poker where you can win real money without paying a cent to enter. There are freerolls every single day and you can register one hour in advance or 24 hours ahead of schedule for Country Specific Freerolls, limited to just Aussie players. With great beginners’ tutorials too these are a great way to learn the game without losing your dollars.
Full Tilt Poker Tournaments
There are loads of tournaments on offer at Full Tilt Poker with varied levels of buy-in meaning there is sure to be something to suit every budget. These can be found using the site’s Basic View or Standard View, the former being ideal for beginners, the latter offering more information and detail.
You can filter by the number of players, the speed, style of game and there is a great colour coding scheme that makes it all really easy to follow. There are tournaments where the blinds grow quickly, tournaments that start with a large chip stack – Deep Stack and Super Stack – as well as ultra quick Rush poker tournies, Shootouts, Sit and Go tables and loads, loads more besides.
So visit Full Tilt Poker today and get involved with one of the best poker sites to be found anywhere.