Visit the New Features page to learn about the latest improvements made by Full Tilt Poker to our industry-leading online poker room.
15th October 2009
Cashout Poker Tournaments
Full Tilt Poker’s new Cashout Poker Tournaments give players the option of “cashing out” some or all of their chips whenever they choose during the tournament.
Cashout Poker Tournaments play like standard tournaments, except that each buy-in is split between a regular tournament prize pool and a Cashout pool, giving players the chance to cash out some or all of their chips during tournament play – click here to learn more about Cashout Poker Tournaments.
Run it Twice
Now you can Run it Twice at Full Tilt Poker.
Run it Twice is an option that provides two outcomes for one hand by dealing community cards twice. By selecting Run it Twice, once two players are all-in heads-up, the remaining community cards are dealt a second time. The winner of each outcome wins half of the pot.
30th July 2009
New Full Tilt Poker Game Lobby Views
The NEW Full Tilt Poker provides three unique views of the game lobby that make it fast and easy to find the games you want to play.
Choose from Basic View, Standard View or Classic View:
Basic View provides an interactive guide that takes you step by step through the process of selecting the game you want to play. Make a selection in each step, with details on every choice provided in the More Info box at the bottom of the game lobby to help you along the way.
Basic View is recommended for newer players, as it’s the easiest way to find the game you want to play at the stakes you’re looking for.
Standard View provides the full-feature view of the Full Tilt Poker game lobby. Use Advanced Filters, Favorites and Widgets to customize your online poker experience to your exact needs.
Offering unparalleled control over game selection and management, Standard View is recommended for experienced and computer savvy players.
Classic View is the original Full Tilt Poker game lobby.
Classic View will be available for a limited time – players who prefer this view are encouraged to try out Standard View, which offers even more features to enhance your online poker experience.
Automatic Tournament Deals
Take control of the final table.
Full Tilt Poker’s Automatic Tournament Deals give tournament players a new set of options once they’ve made the final table: they can select from one of three methods to make a deal for all or part of the remaining prize pool.
Now players can discuss the terms of their deal and decide the tournament payout structure.
Login with PIN
Add an extra layer of security to your account with Full Tilt Poker’s Login with PIN feature. This new feature gives players the option of adding an additional method of verifying their identity every time they log in.
Login with PIN
Full Tilt Poker issues players using Login with PIN a “Three-Card” PIN to use with their password to log in to their account. To make this PIN easier to remember, players are issued a playing card to represent each number of their PIN.
8th July 2009
FTP Hand Replayer
Replay and review each hand you’ve played at every table during your current session with Full Tilt Poker’s new FTP Hand Replayer.
This unique addition to the Full Tilt Poker game software allows you to play back any hand during a session exactly as it happened. Review your actions and those of your opponents without any pressure to make the right decisions on the spot. Improve your poker game by analyzing each play and evaluating your strategy at your own pace.
When you press the Last Hand button at the top left hand corner of any Full Tilt Poker table, the FTP Hand Replayer will open and display the most recently completed hand at your current table.
Use the control panel at the bottom right hand corner of the window to replay the hand from start to finish.
Click the Console button to expand the FTP Hand Replayer and change the ring game or tournament table you’re reviewing.
Use the FTP Hand Replayer to help take your game to the next level. Learn more about the FTP Hand Replayer.
New Full Tilt Poker Game Software
We’ve re-engineered our game software to improve your online poker playing experience. Featuring crisper graphics, the new software requires less CPU usage so the game will run faster and more efficiently on your computer. Combined with our continued network communication improvements, which ensure that the game and your computer communicate more efficiently, the Full Tilt Poker game software is now sharper and faster than ever before.
Mixed Limit Games
Full Tilt Poker now offers Mixed Limit ring games, including the new 7-Game Mix. Sit down at a 7-Game Mix table and put your all-around poker skills to the test by playing a round each of Fixed Limit Hold ‘em, Fixed Limit Stud H/L, Fixed Limit Razz, Fixed Limit Omaha H/L, Fixed Limit Stud Hi, No Limit Hold ‘em and Pot Limit Omaha Hi. 7-Game Mix can be found in the Mixed Games lobby at Full Tilt Poker.
Other Mixed Limit games include Mixed Hold ‘em, a combination of Fixed Limit Hold ‘em and No Limit Hold ‘em, and Mixed Omaha H/L, a combination of Fixed Limit Omaha H/L and Pot Limit Omaha H/L. Look for Mixed Hold ‘em in the Hold ‘em Lobby and Mixed Omaha H/L in the Omaha H/L lobby at Full Tilt Poker.
28th April 2009
Increase your action and play for bigger pots in Full Tilt Poker’s new No-Limit and Pot-Limit ante ring games. Ante games differ from regular ring games as each player must ante a certain amount before the hole cards are dealt. For instance, a $25/$50 No-Limit Hold ‘em ante game will have an ante of $10.
To find an ante game, look for the ante icon in Full Tilt Poker ring-game lobbies:
This is the same game type that the pros play at the Big Game in Las Vegas, or on television shows such as Poker After Dark. Play the game the way the pros like it and sit down at an ante game today. Learn more about ante games.
Find your favorite ring games with ease by using the new ring-game icons in any Full Tilt Poker ring-game lobby. There are icons for Cap, Deep Stack, 6 max, Heads-Up, Ante, Speed and Educational games:
Full Tilt Poker’s new Synchronized Breaks give you the chance to “take 5” out of every hour of tournament play.
Synchronized Breaks will take place at 55 minutes past every hour. For example, if a Tournament starts at 10:15 ET, the tournament clock will stop at 10:55 ET and all hands currently being played will be completed before the break starts. This will ensure that players aren’t put at a disadvantage because one table takes longer to finish a hand than the others. The tournament will then resume five minutes after that last hand finished and the next Synchronized Break will take place at 11:55 ET.
So now when you’re playing in more than one Multi-Table Tournament, Synchronized Breaks let you take time out without missing any of the action. Learn more about Synchronized Breaks.
Network Communication Improvements
We’ve improved the way the game talks to your computer. If you’ve ever had “lag” problems in the game or have a slower internet connection, your playing experience should be improved. Whether you’re opening a huge tournament like the $200K Double Deuce or switching between the Hold ‘em Lobby and the Omaha Hi Lobby, now it’s much faster.
16th February 2009
Micro-Stakes Ring Games
Full Tilt Poker’s new micro-stakes ring-game tables allow you to play for real money without having to make a large investment. Now you can sit down at any of our No-Limit or Pot-Limit ring-game tables and play for stakes as little as $.01/$.02 or $.02/$.05, or at our Limit tables for stakes of $.05/$.10 or $.10/$.20. Click here to read more about micro-stakes games at Full Tilt Poker.
Single Click Deposit
Single Click Deposit is a fast and convenient service that allows you to fund your Full Tilt Poker account almost instantly. By setting up the Single Click Deposit feature, you’ll be able to make a deposit within seconds without leaving the table. Learn how to set up Single Click Deposit and get started now – funding your Full Tilt Poker account has never been easier.