Full Tilt Poker Rakeback - 27% Rake Back
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Full Tilt Poker Summary
Full Tilt Poker is best known for having tons of poker stars play at its high stakes tables. But there is more to Full Tilt than just famous poker players. The software is great and the game selection is excellent. Also, if you are looking for good high stakes games there aren't very many poker rooms that can compete with Full Tilt. The Full Tilt rakeback is somewhat below what other poker rooms offer and Full Tilt deducts a lot of fees when calculating your net rake
Full Tilt Poker Info
- Rake Payout: , Paid weekly on Fridays for your play between Tuesday and Monday
- Rake Stats Updates on RRR: Daily - available when you sign in to your member-accoubt.
- Rake Calculation: Full tilt poker uses dealt rakeback method, which means that all active players in a hand “contributes” with rake. Tournament fees are included in Net Rake/MGR. To calculate the “Net Rake” Full Tilt deducts bonuses, deposit fees, used points and overlays in tournaments.
- Sign-up Bonus: 100% up to $600
- Jurisdiction: Aruba
- U.S. Players: Yes
- Network: Full Tilt Poker
- Low Stakes: High
- Mid Stakes: Medium
- High Stakes: Medium
- SNGs: Medium
- MTTs: Medium
Full Tilt is known for all the poker pros that play at their high stake tables. Jennifer Harman, Mike Matusow, Gus Hansen and Phil Ivey are just a few of the top names that play here. This is the best poker room for rail-birding. The software has a personal touch which is nice. Each player chooses an avatar that can show different moods so players can display how they feel. The software runs smoothly and is very reliable.
Full Tilt's player base is constantly growing. This might have something to do with all the well known endorsers, but their games definitely have something to do with it as well. The game variety is above average. Full Tilt offers the standard Hold'em, Omaha and Seven card stud games but you are also able to test you skills in Razz. They offer a wide range of limits, Hold'em can be played from micro stakes up to $1000/$2000 Fixed Limit, and $300/$600 NL. The limits in Omaha and Omaha high/low also range from micro to high. Lately the high-stakes action has been concentrated to Omaha and Omaha high/low, but an occasional Hold'em, Stud and Razz game is also played.
The limit games are definitely tougher than industry average. They are generally tight and aggressive, but there are of course less skilled players at the low limit tables. The No limit Hold'em and Pot limit Omaha games are usually easier to beat and that is where you will find the majority of the low-limit players.
Full Tilt rake is about industry average, or slightly higher. Like most poker rooms they have a "no flop no drop policy" which means that no rake is taken out of the pot if the hand doesn't reach the flop.
The rake at limit games 1/2 or below is $.25 per $5 with a $1 cap. Rake at limits games 2/4 and up is $1 per $20 with a $3 cap. The rake is lower if the game is short handed. No limit and pot limit games rake $.05 per $1 with a $3 cap.