|Network||Independent Poker Room|
|Servers in||Isle of Man (UK)|
|Company||Rational Entertainment Enterprises Ltd|
Full Tilt Poker is the second biggest room on the internet.
Full Tilt Poker is owned by PokerStars and does not accept players from the United States, Spain, France, Italy, Estonia and Denmark.
All Full Tilt Poker accounts will receive up to 40% rakeback based on how much you play, and a 100% signup bonus of up to $600.
Full Tilt Poker players are rewarded with up to 40% Full Tilt Poker rakeback and a deposit bonus of up to a $600 when you open a new account. Full Tilt Poker is owned by the Rational Group, the same owners as PokerStars.
Unfortunately, Full Tilt Poker is not available to players in the United States.
Full Tilt Poker rakeback is available to all players. You will receive up to 40% rakeback directly into your account every week. Rakeback amounts are calculated by total rake paid in cash games and tournaments.
|Tiers||Rakeback %||Daily Average FTPs Required||Daily Average Rake Required|
|Bronze||0%||10/7 Days||$1/7 Days|
|Black Card||up to 40%||500/100 Days||$50/100 Days|
You don’t need to trade your Full Tilt Points (FTPs) in order to receive rakeback. The amount of rakeback you receive is based on your Edge Rewards Status.
Full Tilt Poker is an independent operator and is currently the second largest poker room on the Internet by traffic volume.
The free to download Full Tilt Poker software was built by poker players, for poker players, and is one of the best platforms available. Despite the ownership change, all software remains the same. A review of the welcome screen provides options to get you into your preferred game quickly, and allows for the saving of preferences so returning to the game you like is easy.
Full Tilt Poker offers numerous promotions to players including reload bonuses and a chance to play with a group of elite pros known simply as, ‘The Professionals’ and include big names like Victor “Isildur1” Blom, Tom “Durrrr” Dwan and Gus Hansen.
FTOPS, the Full Tilt Online Poker Series, is a tournament series that runs four times per year. The series offers massive guaranteed prize pools along with leaderboard prizes to the top performing players throughout the series. Players with a limited bankroll can participate in Mini-FTOPS which also runs quarterly. The events feature buy-ins 1/10th the size of regular FTOPS events, perfect for players looking to invest a small amount and earn a big payday.
Full Tilt Poker Rakeback was reviewed by the team of Rakeback.com and earned a rating of 4.0/5.
Warning: this offer is for new accounts only. If you previously had an account with Full Tilt via Rakeback.com, you cannot receive this offer. Please refer back to the Rakeback Offers Page for a list of available rooms. New accounts, please disregard the above message and proceed:
|Display Folded Cards||Yes|
|Four Color Cards||Yes|
|Support Email: [email protected]|
|Support Phone: None|
|OS Compatibility: Windows,Mac|
|Mobile Client: False|
|US Availability: False|
|Game Type / Stakes||Micro stakes||Low stakes||Medium stakes||High stakes|
|Seven Card Stud||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Five Card Stud||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Seven Card Stud Hi/Lo||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Five Card Draw||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Payment Processor||Deposit||Withdraw||USA Deposit||USA Withdraw|
|Check by Mail||Yes|
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