Full Tilt Poker Review

Full Tilt Poker has earned its place among the 온라인 카지노. A sharp design and quality software, mixed with the solid deposit bonus and promotions make Full Tilt a great place to play. You can find all types of games at this quality poker room, including games with red Full Tilt pros.

New Deposit Bonus

Full Tilt offers a 100% matching bonus of up to $600 on all first deposits. To release the bonus you must earn Full Tilt Points by playing in tournaments or cash games. For every $1 paid in tournament fees, you earn 7 FTPs. In cash games for every dollar that is raked in a pot, each player will earn 1 point, up to a max of 3 points per hand. Full Tilt is unique in that they still award partial points if the rake does not reach $1, which is especially beneficial to low-limit players. Each Full Tilt Point you earn is equivalent to $0.06 of your bonus. The bonus is then released in either 10% or $20 increments, whichever you reach first.


$750K Guaranteed Every Sunday

FTOPS – Full Tilt is now on their 6th edition of the series. With over $15 Million guaranteed through 25 events, FTOPS IX looks to once again improve upon the previous series’.

Iron Man Challenge – Play poker consistently to earn great prizes and entry into exclusive freerolls. To achieve Bronze status, you must earn 50 FTP’s for 20 straight days or 100 FTPs for 15 straight days. To be the ultimate Iron Man and earn an entry into the 30K freeroll, you must earn 200 Points for 25 days straight.

Happy Hour – Earn double FTP’s during specific happy hours for the rest of 2008. This is a great way to help clear bonuses and achieve iron man status!

Refer-a-Friend – $100 for you, $25 for your friend.

The Doubles – Play in two tournaments at the same time to win jackpot prizes for double cash, double final tables, or double wins.

Bust-out Bounties – Bust a Full Tilt pro in any tournament with more than players and win your buy-in back up to $200.

Multi-table Tournaments

Full Tilt has new tournaments running constantly, you will have no trouble finding a tournament to your liking. There are games of all buy-in levels and varieties. You can find shootouts, heads-up, bounty tournaments, and more, with buy-ins anywhere from $1 (The Ferguson) up to $2500. Also, look for games in red for your chance to play with some Full Tilt pro’s!

Sit and Go Tournaments

There are sit-and-go tournaments running constantly at Full Tilt of every game type and buy-in. The buy-ins are as low as $1 and as high as $5000. You can play in a ton of satellite sit’n’go tournaments in order to earn entry into a big event. Whatever the time is you will have no trouble finding a game to your liking.

Ring Games

Full Tilt offers a wide variety of cash games, starting at 5/10 cent blinds and capping out at $500/$1000 NL Hold’em tables and $2000/$4000 Omaha H/L limit. The average pot, the hands per hour and the players per flop percentage can all be viewed in the lobby, before joining the game. Again, keep on the lookout for the tables highlighted in red to play against the Full Tilt Pros. The best place to find the pros is at the Omaha tables, as they seem to be drawn to them!

Game Variety

  • Hold’em
  • Omaha H/L
  • Omaha Hi
  • Stud H/L
  • Stud Hi
  • RAZZ
  • HORSE and HOSE

All types of games can be found at all hours on Full Tilt Poker.

Software & Graphics

Full Tilt’s software is the best in the industry. It’s clean-cut and it works well. Connection loss is not much of a problem with Full Tilt and if it does happen you are given plenty of time to reconnect. There are many avatars to choose from, with new ones being added all the time. You can even create your own avatar if you earn 1 Million FTPs! Each avatar has a normal, happy, angry, and confused face that you can switch through while you play. The lobby is very easy to navigate and you have the option to customize which games you see, which makes it easier to find what you are looking for. The tables are resizable and you can play up to 16 tables at a time, which is more than enough!


Full Tilt poker has a fairly average level of competition compared to other poker sites. It used to have the reputation of a tough poker site, but the sites growing player base has brought in many players, including some fish. The high-stakes games are still highly competitive, with a lot of internet pros playing alongside Full Tilt’s red pros at the big tables.


Full Tilt is a little behind the times in terms of support, with only email support offered. The email support is quite good with quick responses usually within the hour, but it would be nice to see a live chat or phone support in the future.