Full Tilt Poker Review

Play Full Tilt PokerFull Tilt Poker was started in 2004 and has now become one of the largest and best known poker sites in existence, growing larger on a daily basis and constantly working on its reputation as a leader in the industry.

"Team Full Tilt" constantly works to increase to the site's visibility and prestige in the industry. This team is made up of poker pros sponsored by the site and most of its owners, such as Howard Lederer, Allen Cunningham, Mike Matusow, Phil Ivey, Andy Bloch and Chris Ferguson.

The site lives up to its well-known catchphrase - Learn, chat and play with the pros - the main team of sponsored pros can often be found playing on the site at various limits along with a growing number of "red pros".

Full Tilt Poker ReviewRegular players can find action at almost any game and limit round the clock - games include Texas Hold'em, Omaha and Omaha Hi-Lo, Seven-Card Stud and Seven-Card Stud Hi-Lo, Five-Card Draw and Razz.

Full Tilt is also one of a small number of sites offering mixed games such as H.O.R.S.E., H.A. and H.O.S.E. in both tournaments and cash games, which makes their variety of games offered one of the most impressive and extensive in the industry.

The software used by Full Tilt also offers some highly innovative functionality, as well as offering great stability and fantastic graphics, which altogether help it to measure up amongst the best in the field. The animated avatars can be a bit wearing after a certain amount of time, but are not a deal breaker.

It is also annoying to get the constant spam and $5 transfer requests through the chat whenever the pros are playing, but this is something you can turn off without any problem.

If you want to look like a pro, you can find a wide variety of FTP merchandise in the points shop where you can use your Fult Tilt Poker points as cash.

The bottom line is that Full Tilt provides what you need - a wide variety of games and tables to choose from, a high number of poker pros to give you that "poker experience" and the possibility of watching some amazing games at the marquee $500/$1000 No-Limit Hold'em tables.

The enormous marketing budget and hard work have paid off for Full Tilt, as the real-money player stats as of May 2009 show 10500 ring-game and 70000 tournament players at peak times.