Give Your Bankroll A Boost in Our Exclusive $10,000 Freerolls
As the dark nights grow longer and the weather takes a turn for the worse, you’re possibly stuck looking for things to do to keep your spirits up.
One sure fire way to keep morale high is to enter a battle of wits and strategy with your fellow poker players and win some free money, $10,000 in fact. How can you do that? Keep reading to find out.
PokerNews and Full Tilt share a special relationship, one that is beneficial to PokerNews readers. In December and January, new and existing Full Tilt customers who created their accounts via PokerNews are invited to play in a PokerNews-exclusive freeroll featuring a gigantic $10,000 prize pool!
The first PokerNews $10K Freeroll takes place at 2:00 pm ET (7:00pm GMT) on December 5, and you have to earn your seat to it during November. If you already have a Full Tilt that you created via PokerNews, all you need to do is earn 200FTPs in November and a seat to the $10K Freeroll is all yours.
New customers can play too, as long as you download Full Tilt via our links and make your first deposit during November.
We have a second $10K freeroll taking place at the same time on January 7, 2015. This value-packed tournament has the same entry requirements as the December edition, which means for a measly 400FTPS over a two-month period you can be playing for a share of $20,000!
About Full Tilt
Full Tilt is one of the most popular online poker sites in the world and one that is frequented by some of the most talented and best-known poker players in the game today.
Now owned by Amaya Gaming – online with sister site PokerStars – Full Tilt is embarking on a new adventure, one that is focussed on player experience and enjoyment. There is not only high-octane poker action to enjoy, Full Tilt players can now get involved in some of the most exciting casino games around and rumors has it that a sportsbook is in the pipeline.
Full Tilt Bonuses and VIP Scheme
One of the many reasons Full Tilt is so popular among players from all over the world is its substantial first deposit bonus, because all the new customers who sign up to Full Tilt via PokerNews can help themselves to a 100% match up to $600 first-deposit bonus. In fact the first three deposits that you make within a 90-day period, are matched 100% up to a maximum combined $600.
All you need to do to get your hands on this very lucrative bonus is to open a new account, make your first deposit and...play!. Here's how it works: the bonus we offer you on Full Tilt is released in 10 percent chunks of your initial deposit, or $20, whichever is smaller.
To unlock each of the 10 percent / $20 chunks, you need to play at Full Tilt's real money tables and earn some Full Tilt Points (FTPs). Once you get your games started, it won't take you much to collect all the FTPs you need, since the room will give you $1 of your bonus for every 25FTPs you will have collected.
So - open an account, make your deposit and get your games started as soon as you can! In this way you will see your bankroll getting a nice boost.
Remember: you have 60 days to release the full bonus amount, and you can always check the progress of your bonus by opening the Cashier from Full Tilt's lobby and then clicking on Bonus.
Full Tilt's VIP scheme is called Edge ,and sees players have up to 25% of their rake and tournament fees returned to them. Edge has six levels, Bronze, Silver, Gold, Platinum, Diamond and Black Card, with that final tier giving you the chance to become a sponsored Black Card Pro where you can receive 100% cashback for the duration of your contract!
Our Edge Status changes depending on the number of Full Tilt Points (FTPs) you earn over a rolling average. Here’s a table showing what you need to earn:
|Status Level||7-Day rolling average||30-day Rolling Average||100-day Rolling Average|
You earn 10 FTPs per $1 paid in rake or tournament fees.
Games Offered at Full Tilt
In addition to Hold’em and Omaha cash games and tournaments, Full Tilt spreads more than 15 other variants, making it one of the most diverse online poker sites available.
Games on offer include:
- 5 Card Draw
- 5 Card Omaha
- 6 Card Omaha
- Irish Poker
- Triple Draw 2-7
Cash games start with blinds as low as $0.01/$0.02, and increase all the way to an almost unbelievable $2,000/$4,000!
You will find a wide range of tournaments on offer at Full Tilt starting with buy-ins of less than $1 and climbing to $635 and beyond. Whatever stakes you like to play for, Full Tilt will have it for you, mark our words!
Notable Full Tilt Features
Full Tilt's software is state-of-the-art and as a result offers many splendid features. From preferred seating to auto top-up, auto rebuy and many more besides, the Full Tilt is packed with features to make your time at the tables as enjoyable as humanly possible.
Can You Withstand the Pace of Rush Poker?
It was Full Tilt who introduced 2fast-fold" poker to the masses with its Rush Poker product. At a standard cash game table you are seated on the same table for the duration of your game, but in Rush Poker, as soon as you click the fast fold button you are moved to a new table, with new opponents and fresh hole cards. If you don’t like the cards dealt to you on this new table, then simply click fold again and be whisked away to a new table once again!
This superb format allows you to play thousands of hands per hour if you are able to play several tables at once, which in turn allows you to climb up the VIP scheme faster and clear bonuses quickly.
Turn $10 Into $20,000 With The Jackpots Sit-and-Gos
In July 2014, Full Tilt added to their platform the so-called "Jackpot Sit-and-Go" tournaments, a series of 3-handed super turbo sit-and-go events that bring players at the table to play against only two opponents for a prize pool that can go up to a hefty $20,000 for a buy-in as low as $10.
Jackpot Sit-and-Gos are available with a buy-in range from $1, $2, $5 and $10, and give players the chance to play for a prize pool that can go all the way up to 2,000 times the buy-in.
Unless you won't be playing for the big bucks ($100 or more), the tournaments are "winner takes all" ones which, according to Full Tilt Poker, last an average of 7 to 8 minutes each. Also, as deals are allowed – do not forget to keep an eye on the table chat to make sure you do not miss any easy (and quick!) opportunity to pad your bankroll with some sweet, extra bucks!
Huge Poker Tournament Festivals
Full Tilt is the home to several major poker festivals that give players the chance to win some huge cash prizes.
The largest of these festivals is the Full Tilt Online Poker Series (FTOPS), which attracts some of the best players in the business. The more affordable MiniFTOPS gives you the opportunity to play in the same FTOPS events, but with a buy-in 1/10 of the size!
Those of you who love low-stake turbo tournaments need to look out for the Micro Turbo Online Poker Series (MTOPS)!
EU Site Available
Since March 2013, players from Finland, Germany, Greece, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Slovenia and Sweden have been able to enjoy tax benefits – and in some cases tax-free winnings — thanks to the creation of the .EU site.
The .EU site shares the same traffic as the .com platform so players from these countries have the same experience as the rest of the world, but with the added taxation benefits.
There is an extensive FAQ in the Help Centre on the Full Tilt website that should be more than enough to help sort out any problems you may encounter. Should you need further assistance, email support is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.