The new app is a little bit limited and it is likely that it will get a major upgrade before it becomes available in other countries. NLHE and PLO Rush tables are available, but only one can be played at a time--there no multi tabling capability.
New players can sign up for accounts directly through the app, but it makes more sense to sign up through the main poker client, because initially, withdrawals can only be made through the normal client. Players can deposit within the app itself, and log in details are the same for both main and mobile clients.
Ring games, Sit and Go and multi table tournaments are all expected to be added in later upgrades, for the moment the app is purely for Rush Poker.
The player pool is completely integrated, so players will play against the same opposition no matter if they join from the mobile app or from the main client.
iOS 5.0 or higher is required, but it will work on Apple’s iPods, iPhones and iPads. Five languages are supported, and the install process will automatically detect the default language on your mobile device.
Full Tilt is celebrating its first year anniversary since re-launching under the Rational Group’s ownership. In a move to differentiate itself from PokerStars, Full Tilt plans to offer casino games in the near future. Not only will this be a fun add on for jaded poker players after a long session, it should also drive some extra traffic to the tables.
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