Full Tilt Posted on Friday, April 17, 2015 by "T".
As you already might have noticed, Full Tilt made several changes earlier this week in the poker client to make the game lobbies easier to navigate, i.e. to make it easier for new players to find active tables, but also, of course, to generate bigger revenues. These are the games that have or will be removed from the poker client:
• Adrenaline Rush games (from the end of [...] Read more » Full Tilt's Major Change To Ring Games
Joined: May '13
Age: 27 (M)
yeah it looked like the changes are coming and they will just continue to use full tilt as a test site that is pokerstars and company but still some good features as they will remove those cumbersome screen and all those feature , so good luck if you have to adapt to those new features in the lobby for those that plays on pokerstars . Anyway good luck again hope you have fun at the tables and make a lot of money during the weekend always good to hear mobsters winning!
Joined: Jun '13
Age: 75 (M)
I am pretty sure that these changes are not for the best to increase their clients number but will go to a decrease. I dont know what the diection of the site objective is in doing that maybe they just want to send their customers to the big brother PokerStrars.
Joined: Jan '12
Age: 27 (M)
I read on other forum and other pokersite about this thing, and after a few hours some players came public to say what they think about this changes, and one particular player just say that is a strange and not good thing for some players and for catch new players to ther tables. For me i don't know what is about, because i don't plays cashgames or even on fulltilt, but now is wait and see.
Joined: Mar '12
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 40 (F)
From the sound of it they didn't just make some changes,they totally destroyed the options for a lot of the cash games.It seems strange that they would take away nearly all of the higher stakes in the ring games,to have 1k/2k games but then the next highest is 50/100 sounds crazy.
These are stupid. These stakes barely bothered anybody since an insignificant amount of people will play fix limit HU with bets this high but taking away full ring fix limit hold'em without acknowledging that this started the whole 'online poker boom' for many is just ridiculous. But I don't play on Full$hit so what do I know?