Full Tilt Poker Reopens for Business
Full Tilt, It's Like it's Never Been Away.
Full Tilt is back and it is back in some style! Within 24 hours of the relaunch it had placed itself back where it belongs, as according to the trusted site poker scout it went straight back in at number 2. We have all read about Lederer and the rest, the money they are being asked for and the charges they are up against and that will all take time to sort itself out, here we are concerned with the good news that Poker Stars owners stepped in, bought Tilt and look like returning it to its' former glory. The site and the software are pretty much where we left off and even the Great Dane Gus Hansen has returned as the face of Full Tilt. The big changes you will notice are in the promotions and in the loyalty and reward scheme. Some promotions have stayed, such as the Full Tilt Online Poker Series which was such a favorite with the players. A few facts before we take a look at the promo's...all funds from players in countries where it is legal to play online poker are in the players accounts and are ready to use. U.S players all received an email stating that they could play for fun money but as yet not real money and it is now down to the DoJ to pay any outstanding funds to players.
Full Tilt Promotions
There are a few special promo's to celebrate the relaunch including a Happy Hour week that runs up until the 18th November where you get to double your Full Tilt Points. We also have the Ticket Sale in which you get the chance to turn your points into cash and prizes with the Deal Me in Ticket Sale. The Deal Me In bonus offers you at least $200 that will be given to you incrementally. You then need to claim a Rush Poker ring game ticket, so the more of the bonus cleared the higher the value of your ticket. To start using this bonus simply click on requests in the lobby and click "check my bonus offer". The Deal Me In Bonus package is the largest Tilt have ever offered and it also includes $250,000 in free roll tournaments. The reward scheme has also changed from three offerings to just the one, and according to word on the forums the players seem to like this. Gone are Iron Man and affiliate paid rake, with a new version of black card arriving soon, and in comes a weekly 25% cashback. A spokesman for Tilt said that it was simply easier for the players to manage their rewards this way. There are so many reasons to get in on the action at Tilt, so if you already have an account the login details are the same, if you haven't...why not?!