Full Tilt Poker has to be one of the most prevalent and most well-known poker sites online. Opening in 2004, Full Tilt Poker strived to create a reputation as an industry leader. Its famed, “Team Full Tilt,” carries the site’s main sponsored pros and the majority of its ownership. You may see appearances by the likes of poker legends Chris Ferguson, Howard Lederer, Mike Matusow, Allen Cunningham, and Phil Ivey.
Full Tilt Poker says, “Learn, chat and play with the pros.” Take your chances with the main team, or a rising record of Full Tilt “red pros” playing regularly at an assortment of table limits. The average or inexperienced player can find action for any game or limit 24/7. Poker variations include: Seven-Card Stud, Seven-Card Stud Hi-Lo, Texas Hold’em, Omaha, Omaha Hi-Lo, and Razz.
In 2010, Full Tilt introduced its exclusive Rush Poker, which gave action-junkies a jolt of adrenaline. Full Tilt Poker also offers mixed games like H.O.R.S.E. and H.O.S.E. with tournaments and cash games. You’ll find an abundance of game variation at Full Tilt Poker.
American players looking for an easy deposit method will appreciate Full Tilt Poker’s no processing times and 100% acceptance rate with its eChecks system as “QuickDeposit.”
The software at Full Tilt Poker has some pioneering functions, which feature superb graphics making it one of the best in the industry. If there are any drawbacks to the site it might be the constant spamming and $5 transfer requests in the chat wherever the pros are, but that can also easily be turned off.
Full Tilt’s points shop is top-rate with all sorts of FTP products that can be bought with your Full Tilt Poker points. Full Tilt provides what you expect with a high variety of games and tables, a strong team presenting the “pro circuit,” and a chance to observe some big money action at the high-end $500/$1,000 tables.
Real-money player statistics as of August 2010 show 10,500 ring-game players at peak hours and 70,000 tournament players at peak hours.