Full Tilt Poker Goes Live With Play Money Games
World’s Second Largest Poker Site Returns With Play Money Ahead Of Full Launch on Nov. 6
Full Tilt Poker is back. Play money games were launched at the site today without any fanfare.
At the time of writing there were 990 players playing at the site and 13,539 tables including around 15 Rush Poker tables
Upon opening the old client players are prompted to upgrade their software before the site recommends choosing a new password. The cashier is accessible with this writer’s balance fully restored – the first time it has been viewable in 16 months.
The move comes ahead of a full real money launch on November 6.
The site is open primarily for beta-testing and has a host of new features including account pairing with PokerStars (which bought Full Tilt Poker in July 2012), double and triple chance tournaments, auto post on all tables, and preferred seat selection.
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