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Full Tilt Poker Announces $250,000 Of Freerolls

“Deal Me In” Promotion To Launch New Full Tilt Poker On November 6


Full Tilt Poker today announces $250,000 in freerolls as part of its Deal Me In re-launch promotion.

The freerolls will run from Nov. 6 to Nov. 11 with prize pools becoming more progressive until Sunday Nov. 11 when there will be ten $10,000 freeroll tournaments.

Also as part of Deal Me In is Full Tilt Poker’s largest ever bonus package with a cash bonus of at least $200 and a free Rush Poker Ring Game Ticket.

Additionally Full Tilt points can be turned into real money prizes when players buy discounted Ring Game Tickets and Tournament Tickets, available for Steps tournaments, FTOPS events and many regular daily and weekly tournaments.

Double Full Tilt Points will also be available 24/7 all week for particular games, changing daily.

Finally the FTOPS XXI Satellite Frenzy, starting after Deal Me In, will see $300,000 of bonus entries which will see players able to win entry to FTOPS events for a fraction of the usual cost.

Sarne Lightman, head of marketing at Full Tilt Poker, said, “This is a very exciting time for Full Tilt Poker. We would like to invite all our players, both new and old, to help us celebrate our relaunch by taking part in our deal me in promotions." ”

Full Tilt Poker relaunches on November 6. The company is now owned by The Rational Group which also owns PokerStars. The company reached a settlement with the U.S. Department of Justice to purchase the assets of Full Tilt Poker for $547 million and re-imburse non U.S. players to the tune of $184 million.



almost 2 years ago

Durr wasn't part of the FTP group
What a Joke


almost 2 years ago

Where is he residing?
In the USA


almost 2 years ago

Durr is in Macau playing high stakes.


almost 2 years ago

putting chum in the water for all the fishees


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