Full Tilt rewards are paid to your poker account once a week on Friday for the rake period Tuesday through Monday.
You can spend your Full Tilt points in Full Tilt Store, if you do not reach Silver status.
100% up to $600 First Deposit Bonus:
- Up to three deposits in 60 days are allowed for a total of $600.
- The bonus is available only after completion of initial deposit.
- The bonus is released in increments of 10% of initial deposit, or $20. If your first deposit is $100, the bonus will be released in increments of 10%. If your first deposit is $600, then the bonus will be released in increments of $20).
- The bonus clears at the rate of $1 for every 25 Full Tilt Points earned.
- FTPs can be exchanged in the store, tournament tickets or entry to exclusive tourneys.
- The bonus is valid for 120 days from the date of deposit.
- The bonus is worth 40% cashback.
Full Tilt Review
Full Tilt has been one of the world's largest online poker operations for quite a while now. The site nearly went under couple of years ago due to a gross mismanagement of funds by its management, but it has since been bailed out by one of its biggest rivals, PokerStars, and they are now back in the top as one of the world's best cash game destinations.
Exactly why would an online poker player open a Full Tilt account these days? Well first of all, there is the award-winning software, which - according to many experts - is still the best in the online poker industry. Then there is the FTOPS, Full Tilt Poker's online poker series, which lets players do battle for outstandingly generous prize pools for more than decent buy-ins.
Secondly, Full Tilt is now owned by the company behind PokerStars, which basically means that there are no longer any sort of trust issues involved.
Last but not least, there is Rush Poker, the first ever fast folding poker variant invented by Full Tilt, shortly before its Black Friday troubles started.
In addition to all that, despite being primarily a cash game destination, Full Tilt offers millions of dollars in guaranteed prizes each week. They also reward their players through an excellent loyalty program called edge.
What we don’t particularly appreciate about the operation is the fact that they still haven’t made their software available in a no-download format and that the action is extremely hard to crack at the higher limits.
Despite the fact that traffic-wise the site is doing OK, it no longer gets the sort of traffic it used to handle before Black Friday.
Everything accounted for, Full Tilt is indeed still an excellent destination for cash game players as well as for tournaments. Their comeback has been made official by their hiring of Viktor Blom and Gus Hansen as their “Professionals”.