They also offer a "pot" sized button for No Limit (and Pot Limit I assume) which makes correct bet sizing much easier. It runs fast, and even on my clunker, I can play three tables at once. Full Tilt is also the only medium sized or bigger site that offers Razz (lowball stud), HORSE (Holdem, Omaha, Razz, Stud, Stud High Low) tournaments.
The player pool is a little tougher than some sites, since it was poker geeks who first got excited by a heavily player-influenced site, but the stars are drawing a steady flow of fish to the room. A big name pro team with the likes of Gus Hansen, Tom Dwan, and Viktor "Isildur1" Blom, are a definite draw.
Full Tilt Poker are doing well since their return. I love the software, and their seemingly friendly attitude to the players (sometimes, especially at casino-run skins, it feels like we players are an inconvenience, or the enemy). To top it all off, Full Tilt also offer a very nice bonus (and it clears even at micro limits, so everyone is happy).
Bonuses are released in increments of 10% of the bonus total, or $20, whichever is smaller. The bonus clears at a rate of $1 for every 25 Full Tilt Points.
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