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Full Tilt Poker pushing full throttle in online poker ratings

Full Tilt Poker is ranked second in Canada for most popular online poker rooms thanks to great features like its Poker Academy, lucrative bonuses and promotions, and its great game variety. Home to some of the biggest names in the online poker community, Full Tilt has a lot to offer both casual and dedicated poker fans around the world.

Games and tournaments

Full Tilt Poker, as the name suggests, is a website solely dedicated to poker. Yet as any seasoned gambler will know, there as many different versions of the game as there are players, and Full Tilt offers a healthy selection. These include Omaha, Stud, Draw, and Classic Hold’em as well as many varieties of tournament play. With a wide selection of buy-ins and freeplay mode, as well as specialised tournaments and cash competitions, fans of the felt really are spoilt for choice.

Bonus and promotion information

Full Tilt is home to a wide variety of offers and promotions. After signing up players are eligible for a 100% deposit bonus, good for up to $600. You can also win your way to the World Poker Tour with a $12, 000 prize package, receive $100 every time you convince a friend to sign-up, and win a share of $22 million in the FTOPS XIX. Additional site promotions include monthly and weekly cash prizes, Happy Hour, Big Money Sundays, and the $10K Daily Dollar.

Traffic volume

In addition to being one of the top sites in Canada, Full Tilt is internationally acknowledged as a leading poker website, and this shows in play. Although there is a constant stream of tournaments being created across all the game variations, seats fill up fast. If you are interested in a particular game, register quickly to avoid having to wait. Currently, Full Tilt ranks only behind PokerStars as the globe’s most popular poker-playing card room.

More information

Gameplay itself is basic, yet fast-paced and quirky. Text and gaming options during play are unnecessarily small at times, which can lead to confusion for beginners. Full Tilt offers a ‘Play money’ mode, which is well advisable to use as a method of getting to grips with the intricacies of the interface.

One of Full Tilt Poker’s biggest assets is the companion website. Unlike other online poker apps merely providing their players with a set of rules and FAQs, Full Tilt commands some of the biggest names in the business. The website gives players access to their Poker Academy, where they can learn from members of the Full Tilt Team, including Chris Ferguson, Howard Lederer and Phil Gordon. Players can also keep up with the latest felt dispatches with Full Tilt’s constant stream of news updates. There is also an archive of articles for seasoned-pros to impart their specialized knowledge.

Established: June 2004

Licensed: Alderney Gambling Control Commission

Games: Hold’em, Omaha Hi, Omaha H/L, Stud, Draw. All these are available in Tournament, Ring Game or Sit & Go modes. Rush Poker is also available, but only with Hold’em, Omaha Hi and Omaha H/L. Players also choose from the different buy-in levels.

Deposit options: Visa, Maestro, Moneybookers, Neteller, Paysafecard, Clickandbuy, Cash Transfer, Local Bank Transfer, WebMoney, EntroPay

E-mail: support@fulltiltpoker.com

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