Games offered Full Tilt offered both play and real money cash games and tournaments.
Games offered Full Tilt offered both play and real money cash games and tournaments. Freeroll, satellite, sit-n-go, and multi-table tournaments took place throughout the day and often included participation from Full Tilt’s sponsored professionals. The site offered the following texas hold'em poker variations in limit, pot-limit, and no-limit: Texas Holdem, Omaha, and Omaha 8 or Better (a.k.a. Omaha hi/lo). The site also offers limit Razz, Stud, Stud 8 or better, Draw poker variants and mixed games such as H.O.R.S.E. Stakes offered ranged from $0.01/$0.02 blinds to $3,000/$6,000 blinds.
In early 2010, Full Tilt
In early 2010, Full Tilt introduced a new online hold'em poker variation called "Rush Online Hold'em Poker" designed to increase the number of hands a player can play per hour. In "Rush Online Hold'em Poker" players do not remain at a specific table. Instead, they join a pool with hundreds of other players. Whenever they fold their hand, they are instantly transferred to a new table and dealt a new hand. Full Tilt Online Hold'em Poker also launched Rush Poker Mobile for iOS devices such as the iPad and iPhone and Android devices such as the Samsung Galaxy Tab.