Full Tilt Now Offers Rush Poker Tournaments

by Lou on April 22, 2010

You knew this one was coming. Full Tilt Poker introduced Rush Poker tournaments—an expected follow up to their immensely popular rush poker games. There’s no waiting between hands and your tournament continues as soon as you leave your current hand. The site tracks your big and small blinds so that you won’t pay the blinds, or have the disadvantage of early position any more than you should.

Once the tournament is reduced down to fewer than 30 players, the number of players per table is also decreased. Once you make it to the final table, it’s a standard nine-player final table, and once you fold a hand you’ll just have to wait it out until the next deal goes down.


Anonymous April 23, 2010 at 5:40 pm

Reminds me of the new Coca Cola formula. I was disappointed that Cardplayer pimped out their front cover to this subject. Chief Disciple of Poker

Garico April 30, 2010 at 7:05 am

The news is great for the online casino lovers. To wait for long between hands is really frustrating. People like to avoid those delays during the Rush Poker Game. It is great

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