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As well as the amazing First Deposit Freeroll series, where there is $5,000 up for grabs twice every Sunday, there are also plenty of other freerolls on offer at Full Tilt Poker where you can win real money without paying a cent to enter. There are freerolls every single day and you can register one hour in advance or 24 hours ahead of schedule for Country Specific Freerolls, limited to just Aussie players. With great beginners’ tutorials too these are a great way to learn the game without losing your dollars.
One area where Full Tilt Poker really excel is their amazing range of regular promotions. There really are too many to list here and there is an entire page on the site dedicated to the latest promotions with countless sub-pages on the Full Tilt site but here’s a taster.
Their Sunday tournaments have a $1,000,000 guarantee, making Big Money Sunday a great offer, whilst there is a $250k Guarantee promotion too, also on a Sunday at 13.30ET (early hours of Monday in Australia). There is also Happy Hour, where Full Tilt Points are earned at three times the standard accrual rate, $20k guaranteed in Friday Night Fights (no punching, just huge poker prizes) and double Full Tilt points on the game of the week or via the Early Bird offer. Check the site itself for all the latest additions.
There is an excellent loyalty scheme at Full Tilt called the Edge, fitting really as being a member can give you an edge. The scheme is cleverly worked so that it equally benefits players who play small and often as well as those who play less frequently but for longer sessions or bigger stakes. Entrance is automatic and there are six tiers, ranging from entry level bronze through to the daddy Black Card.
Your status is determined by your Full Tilt Points rolling average, as measured over a seven, 30 or 100 day period. For example, to move up from Bronze to Silver you need a seven day average of 50 points, a 35 day average of 35 or a 100 day points average of just 25. Full details of where you’re at can be found in the lobby or by asking one of the helpful customer service agents.
There are daily multi-table tournaments available to Edge members with entrance paid from your points balance and prizes of either Tournament Dollars or Ring Game Tickets. In addition your Edge membership can also qualify you for yet more freerolls and there are also Edge Rewards cash payments, paid weekly with between $1 (for Silver) and $2.50 (for Diamond and Black) available for each 100 points earned.
Diamond and Black members also gain access to their own great extras and the whole scheme is superbly structured and managed, making it really easy to check your current status.
There are loads of tournaments on offer at Full Tilt Poker with varied levels of buy-in meaning there is sure to be something to suit every budget. These can be found using the site’s Basic View or Standard View, the former being ideal for beginners, the latter offering more information and detail.
You can filter by the number of players, the speed, style of game and there is a great colour coding scheme that makes it all really easy to follow. There are tournaments where the blinds grow quickly, tournaments that start with a large chip stack – Deep Stack and Super Stack – as well as ultra quick Rush poker tournies, Shootouts, Sit and Go tables and loads, loads more besides.
So visit Full Tilt Poker today and get involved with one of the best poker sites to be found anywhere.
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