Full Tilt Cashback: Up to 30%

Full Tilt Cashback

Full Tilt Cashback: Up to 30%
Réseau: Independent
Taille du réseau: Large
Bonus de premier dépôt: -
Bonus mensuel: $600
Preferred Deposit Method...
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Full Tilt Poker rewards are paid to your poker account once a week (as long as you are at least Silver level) usually on Friday for the period Tuesday through Monday.

If you do not reach Silver status you can spend your Full Tilt points in Full Tilt Store.


100% up to $600 First Deposit Bonus:
- Up to three deposits in 60 days are allowed for a total of $600.
- Bonus is available after completion of initial deposit.
- Bonus is released in increments of 10% of initial deposit, or $20.
(Example, if the first deposit is $100, it will be released in increments of 10%. If the first deposit is $600, bonus will be released in increments of $20).
- 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.
- Bonus is valid for 120 days from the date of deposit.
- Bonus is worth 40% cashback.

VIP Details

How Does The Full Tilt Edge Work? The VIP program has five Edge status levels that are based on the average number of Full Tilt Points you accumulate over time.

Edge Status Requirements:

Level 7-day Rolling Average (FTPs)30-day Rolling Average (FTPs)100-day Rolling Average (FTPs)
Bronze 10 - -
Silver 50 35 25
Gold 100 75 50
Platinum - 150 100
Diamond - 350 250

Note that the quickest way to Silver status is to maintain a 7-day rolling average of 50 points per day. If you play less often, you can maintain a 30-day rolling average of 35 points per day, or a 100-day rolling average of 25 points per day, and still reach Silver status.

Full Tilt Reward Rates:
Level Edge Rewards RateRakeback
Silver $1.00 per 100 Full Tilt Points earned 10%
Gold $1.50 per 100 Full Tilt Points earned 15%
Platinum $2.00 per 100 Full Tilt Points earned 20%
Diamond $2.50 per 100 Full Tilt Points earned 25%

Full Tilt review

Full Tilt Poker was off the radar for some time following online poker’s Black Friday, when – to the surprise of the public – it turned out they simply did not have the money to repay their US players, or anyone else for that matter. Locked out of the US market and with its very existence in limbo for more than a tear, Full Tilt Poker was eventually acquired by rival PokerStars and re-launched with a clean slate. The debt issues have been settled and Full Tilt returned to action re-hiring some of its old pros and setting off to reclaim its lost glory and reputation.

Following a rather spectacular initial flare-up, player traffic settled into more realistic numbers. With all that though, Full Tilt Poker have remained one of the biggest online poker operators in existence.

The site still has quite a few things going for it and among those things, the fact that it quite possibly has the best poker software in the world stands out by a head and a shoulder. We probably needn’t even remind long-time online poker players that Full Tilt were the original inventors of fast-folding poker, and their Rush Poker tables are extremely popular again these days.

The site has restored its famous FTOPS too, and it offers millions in guaranteed prize-pools every month. The new Full Tilt Poker loyalty program is a pretty attractive setup as well.

As far as drawbacks go, we can tell you that if you’re a high volume player already pro or looking to go pro, you’ll have a pretty hard time at the higher limits. Also, despite the fact that they possess what can only be described as quite probably the best online poker software in the business, Full Tilt have somehow managed to overlook the creation of a no-download software version.

Although Full Tilt is aimed to be a cash game destination first and utmost, it offers a more than satisfactory tournament schedule, even if one does not count the FTOPS. There are countless events running all the time, from buy-ins of $1 and freerolls all the way to $2.5K. Their Sunday $350K guaranteed has rejoined the ranks of the Sunday majors.

The bottom line: everything accounted for, Full Tilt Poker is still a top online poker destination. Since PokerStars are now the owners behind the stage, trust is no longer an issue either.

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