Full Tilt Poker offers a wide variety of Multi-Table Tournaments and Sit & Go Tournaments. They offer anything from free tournaments to satellites into major live and online tournaments. There is something on the tournament schedule for everyone. Entry can be bought with real money or tournament tickets.
In the tournament lobby you can immediately tell what type of tournament you are viewing based on the legend above. If you are looking for a specific type of tournament you can use the advanced filter option. You can also save your tournament filter as a favorite.
If you play more than one multi-table tournament at the same time, you will love the synchronized breaks feature. During all MTTs the tournament will go on break at 55 minutes past the hour, regardless of start time. Two small exceptions are if a tournament is still in the first blind level or in the first two blind levels for turbo tournaments.
Full Tilt offers players to enter tournaments after they have already started. Tournaments with late registration available will be noted in the tournament lobby under the status header and noted as ‘Late Reg.’. To see how long late registration is open for you can open up the tournament lobby and it will list how many levels it is open for.
If you are fortunate enough to reach the final table, Full Tilt has a ‘make a deal’ option. If all remaining players click the box the tournament is paused. The chip leader is initially responsible to setting up the deal but is allowed to pass control to another player. Three types of deals are available; Independent Chip Modeling (ICM), Chip Ratio or Custom Deal. All players must agree to the deal before the tournament is concluded.
Following are some of the more popular tournament options on Full Tilt.
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