Texas Hold'em, Omaha Hi, Omaha Hi-Lo, Seven-Card Stud Hi, Seven-Card Stud Hi-Lo and Razz are all offered at Full Tilt Poker, as well as mixed games, which merge two or more of the above into one game. There is the classic H.O.R.S.E. (Hold'em, Omaha Hi-Lo, Razz, Seven-Card Stud and Seven-Card Stud Hi-Lo) as well as H.O.S.E. (Hold'em, Omaha Hi-Lo, Seven-Card Stud and Seven-Card Stud Hi-Lo) and a Hold'em and Omaha Hi mixed game (H.A.) H.A. is Pot Limit, the other mixed games are Fixed Limit, as are the Stud and Razz games. The others come in all limit types.
Full Tilt Poker has as many as 8,700 players at cash games during peak hours, providing some of the best poker traffic online for ring games. Hold’em and Omaha games are running around the clock.
Full Tilt Poker’s rake comes in just over industry standard. The 5% is standard, but the frequency at which the rake is taken is higher than normal, so player end up paying more. There is a No flop No drop policy, which means if a pot is taken pre flop there is no rake. Max rake at top levels is $3.
Full Tilt Poker competition runs the gamut from the loosest, easiest games to the toughest. Over all the average competition at Full Tilt Poker is tougher than many other rooms, although loose fish games are to be found in No Limit, low stakes games.
Full Tilt Poker support hours are 24/7, and the Full Tilt Poker support email is firstname.lastname@example.org. A lack of phone or chat support is made up for by quick and accurate email responses.
Deposit & Withdrawal Options
Deposit Options: Bank Wire Transfer, Check, CLICK2PAY, ePassporte, InstaDebit, MasterCard, Money Transfer, NETELLER and Visa
Withdrawal Options: NETeller, credit card and checks.
Full Tilt Poker runs a generous sign up bonus program that will match a first time deposit at 100% up to $600. To earn the deposit money a player accumulates Full Tilt Poker points from cash and tournament games. Each 10% of the bonus money is released once an equivalent number of points is earned, at a rate of $0.06 per point.
Points are earned by every player dealt cards in a cash game when $1 in rake is taken. Players can earn partial points and up to 3 points per hand. Tournament players earn 7 points for ever $1 in tourney fees.
The best part about the Full Tilt Poker bonus program is the point retention- players get to keep the points they earn even as they are releasing their bonus funds, so they can also go on to spend them on FTP merchandise or tourney entry.
Bonus Payout Release
Full Tilt Poker has been known to offer great reload bonuses, up to 50% deposit match to $500.