Get 27 Percent Rakeback at Full Tilt Poker

Home to More Professionals Than Any Other Site

phil iveyAre you interested in playing poker with pro players such as nose bleed high stakes player Phil Ivey (shown left) or other high stake tournament players such as Chris Ferguson, Howard Lederer, Phil Gordon, John Juanda, Clonie Gowen, Erik Sidel, Gus Hansen, Erick Lindgren, Allan Cunningham or dozens of others? All these pro’s play online poker exclusively at Full Tilt.

Full Tilt Poker is also the 2nd largest Poker room averaging more then 8,000 real money ring game players during peak hours. With the high volume of poker players and excellent software Full Tilt Poker should be one of your top choices when deciding on a new poker room to join.

We have a very special offer open to players in ALL major countries: 27% Full Tilt Rakeback. Visit the Full Tilt Rakeback Sign Up Instructions and follow the simple steps to create your rakeback account.

Detailed Review of Full Tilt Poker

Full Tilt Poker is the second largest site open to the American Market next to PokerStars. FTP has grown rapidly the last few years because of their firm commitment to American poker players. When many payment processors left the USA market in January 2006, Full Tilt launched their own deposit method call MyWebATM. This is a debit card that players can withdrawal their balance to and then access cash at most any ATM world wide.

Full Tilt Rakeback Details: Full Tilt uses the dealt rakeback method. Which means that for every pot that is raked a rakeback player will earn 27% rakeback of the pot divided by the amount of players dealt in the pot. Full Tilt deducts deposit or any bonus, money added to tournaments, used player points and transactions fees. By creating an account at you will receive daily updates and money will be transferred into your Full Tilt account by the 24th of each month.

Software: Full Tilt software is quite different than other online poker rooms. They have created a 3d cartoon like interface that provides excellent entertainment and game play. The software provides great speed and the ability to customize your individual tables for exceptional efficiency when multi-tabling.

In late 2007, Full Tilt added a new feature that is key for high volume players which is re-sizeable poker tables. Since the Full Tilt’s software is quite unique it makes for a love hate relationship. One of the most innovative features that has been added in the summer of 2008 is the auto reload feature. This feature is extremely valuable and used among professional players looking forward to extract the maximum amount from each pot if that one big hand comes. You will find some players who absolutely swear by Full Tilt and others who say it lacks feel. However, with over 40 well known if not worldwide famous poker players promoting and exclusively playing on Full Tilt Poker, you’ll know you’re getting an exceptional product.

As like many of the top poker rooms Full Tilts software has many features that provides great game play. The table layout is pretty compact with large avatars identifying your opponents. From within the tables players can customize chat and sound option. Player notes, standard statistics and pre-select buttons are a few of the options that will help your multi-tabling play. Poker Tracker, Poker Office and Poker Ace Hud are just a few 3rd party software programs that are compatible with the Full Tilt software.

The lobby on Full Tilt is presented well and provides cash game and tournament filters. Also when you’re navigating to a poker game and see a players name in high lighted red, means they are a Full Tilt Poker sponsored player. You’ll usually find these players playing very high stakes and having them high lighted makes it easy to get in or just watch the game. From within the lobby you can search for a friend, make player to player transfer, find a poker game of your choice and access the cashier.

The software is available in English, German, Spanish, French and Dutch. Full Tilt offers e-mail support in over 15 other languages.

Ring Game Traffic: The ring game traffic is outstanding with 10,425+ simultaneous players during peak hours. You’ll find all games at all limits being played 24/7 at Full Tilt.

Tournament Traffic: During peak hours 26,000+ Real money tournament players can be found playing simultaneously.

Game Variety: The majority of all the Full Tilt poker players stick only to Texas Hold’em. Since Full Tilt flirts is one of the largest poker room you will find some alternative action in the Omaha, HORSE, HOSE, Razz and Stud Games. Each one of these games are offered on a 9-handed, 6-handed and heads up tables.

Sign up Bonus: The Full Tilt sign up bonus is a 100% deposit match up to $600. All bonuses are deducted before rakeback is paid.

Promotions: Full Tilt leads the industry in terms of promotions offered. They have given away millions of dollars worth of cash, WSOP seats and FTP merchandise. Check their website for the current promotions.

Popular Full Tilt Promotions:

FTOPS – Which stands for Full Tilt Online Poker Series, which is hosted on Full Tilt Poker 4 times a year. They have sick guarantees that hit over $10 million spread out over 15 events.

$750K Guarantee – Each week Full Tilt hosts a $750,000 guaranteed tournament every Sunday at 18:00 ET. Buy-in directly for $216 or satellite your way for as low as $2.25. Players can also use their Full Tilt Poker Points to enter (300)

Iron Man Challenge – Get in on the Iron Man promotion for your chance to play three of Full Tilt’s pros heads up for up to $100,000.

Happy Hour – look for smiley faces on the right hand side of the select table information within the lobby and players can earn up to 3 times the regular Full Tilt Poker Points by playing these select tables.

One on One with Patrik Antonius – This promotion will probably be geared to the women or homosexual poker players as Patrik Antonius is considered one of the sexiest poker players. Full Tilt is giving any poker player a chance to win a $5,000 package that includes a trip to London to spend time with Patrik.

The Sunday Brawl – This is a really cool promo, there is a $100k guarantee to be paid out in this event and for each player you knock out you earn a piece of the prize pool.

Fifty-Fitfy – This tournament will cost you $50+5 for a $50k guaranteed. This tournament is every night at 21:30 ET. First place prize is at least over $9,000.

$1 Million GTD – Every month Full Tilt will host a $1,000,000 guaranteed prize pool. To buy in directly is $535 and players can satellite there way into the tournament for $2.25

Aussie Millions: Earn your chance to win a $18,000 Poker trip to Australia and bring a friend for the trip to. There are several qualifiers which run at least three times a week.

Note: Full time tournament players click to view this Full Tilt TLB promotion.

Customer Support: The customer support is about average and is available only through email.

Banking Options: Visa, MasterCard, NETeller, InstaCash, ePassporte, eCheck, InstaDebit, ClickandBuy, Click2Pay, Check, and Cash Transfer.

Full Tilt offers American players a debit card called MyWebATM which can be used to both deposit and withdrawal. Withdrawn funds can be accessed at 1,000,000 different ATMs world wide.

Sign up Instructions for 27 Percent Rakeback at Full Tilt

This offer is for new accounts only if you already have a Full Tilt account you are not eligible.

Upon completing the registration you will be brought to the members only area. Here you can click “Add Tracker” next to the Full Tilt listing. This will give you simple step by step registration information.

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