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Gold Rush: You Have 20 Days to Win $25,000 at Rush Poker

Full Tilt Poker Gold Rush


  • The Gold Rush is back at Full Tilt! Play from April 8 through April 28 to win $25,000 in cash!

Gold Rush makes its return to Full Tilt’s Rush Poker ring game tables from Friday, April 8 through Thursday, April 28. This is the fourth time that the popular promotion has come to Rush Poker ring game tables, offering players the chance to win up to $25,000 in cash instantly at Full Tilt.

How Does It Work?

Each time a player contributes to the pot at a real-money Rush Poker ring game, they have the chance to be whisked away to a special Gold Rush table at the end of the hand where they’ll receive a mystery prize. All Rush Poker game types and stakes are eligible.

Up to $25,000 in cash, along with Full Tilt Point bundles, Coins, and Tournament Tickets for Gold Rush freerolls, can be won each time the Gold Rush table appears. Players can also get in on the action via the Full Tilt mobile app.

If you don’t have an account at Full Tilt yet, make sure you open a free one through this link, as this guarantees you a 100 percent bonus of up to $600 on your first deposit!

Play Money Players Are Welcome Too

Full Tilt isn’t forgetting about its play-money players either; they can land their share of up to 1,000,000 Play Chips if they find themselves at a Gold Rush table.

“Gold Rush is always a big hit with Full Tilt players as it rewards them for doing what they love,” says Full Tilt’s Marketing Director, Mark Ody. “Rush Poker is already innovative and action-packed but Gold Rush adds even more excitement to the mix by allowing players to randomly snag huge prizes.”

Head to Full Tilt for more info about the promotion and to join the action at the Rush Poker tables.

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