16th December 2014
Sit Out and Close Tables
We've made it quicker and easier for you to exit the action and close single or multiple tables. With the click of a button, you can now choose to sit out the next hand or before your big blind at one or all of your tables, and you also have the option to close those tables.
Our "Sit Out Next Hand and Close Table" option allows you to sit out of the next hand and automatically close that table when the current hand finishes. You can access this new option via the triangle icon next to the "Sit Out Next Hand" checkbox.
Two new options allow you to sit out of the next hand at all of your ring game or tournament tables and have them close automatically when the current hands finish. You can access both options via the "Sit Out Next Hand" triangle icon:
The "Sit Out Next BB and Close Table" and "Sit Out Next BB and Close Table (All Ring Games)" options work in a similar way, with you sitting out of the ring game(s) when the big blind next reaches you. You will sit out and the table(s) will automatically close at that point. You can access both via the "Sit Out Next BB" triangle icon:
Here are some handy hotkeys to allow you to select these options even faster:
Sit Out and Close hotkeys
|Sit Out Next Hand (All Ring Games)||Ctrl+O||Command+O|
|Sit Out Next Hand (All Tournaments)||Ctrl+[||Command+[|
|Sit Out Next BB (All Ring Games)||Ctrl+U||Command+U|
|Sit Out Next Hand and Close Table (All Ring Games)||Alt+Ctrl+O||Command+Ctrl+O|
|Sit Out Next Hand and Close Table (All Tournaments)||Alt+Ctrl+[||Command+Ctrl+[|
|Sit Out Next BB and Close Table (All Ring Games)||Alt+Ctrl+U||Command+Ctrl+U|
24th June 2014
Jackpot Sit & Go Tournaments
Play our new Jackpot Sit & Go Tournaments for $1, $2, $5 or $10 to win your share of a prize pool of up to 2,000 times the buy-in. Choose your stake level and you'll be matched with two opponents. The prize pool multiplier of between 2x and 2000x the buy-in will be randomly determined, then the tournament will play out with a Super Turbo structure.
19th March 2014
Our new Flipout Tournaments consist of two rounds, each with a different format.
Each tournament kicks off with a Shootout round, which features a Flip Tournament format, meaning that players go all-in automatically on every hand during this round and one player per table progresses to the next round.
In most Flipout Tournaments, the bubble bursts at the end of the first round. All players who reach the second round in a regular Flipout Tournament will share in the prize pool. The surviving entrants will be reseated at new tables and the tournament resumes with a standard betting structure.
11th February 2014
New to Full Tilt Poker, Multi-Day Tournaments are tournaments that are played out over more than one day.
Players can choose the starting time that suits them the best, and then survive until the end of their chosen Day 1 to qualify for Day 2.
7th January 2014
Adrenaline Rush Poker
Adrenaline Rush is Rush Poker at its fastest. Unlike standard Rush Poker, Adrenaline Rush ring games are 4-handed, you can buy in for between 5 and 10 Big Blinds and there is no post-flop betting. You can only raise or fold, except in the following circumstances: your opponent is all-in, you're facing a raise greater than your chip stack or the cap of 10 Big Blinds has been reached.