Joined: Sep '12
Age: 31 (M)
This is awesome ;x in 5 days will be 5 freerolls ? need a deposit or something like that ? i think there will be 20k - 30k players ;d i think serriously to play :-? and why not win some cash, build a new bankroll, if i win $ 100 from that freerolls i think serriously to start a challenge $100 - $1000 before X-mas
Joined: Nov '10
Age: 35 (M)
Posted by Doarulle: This is awesome ;x in 5 days will be 5 freerolls ? need a deposit or something like that ? i think there will be 20k - 30k players ;d i think serriously to play :-? and why not win some cash, build a new bankroll, if i win $ 100 from that freerolls i think serriously to start a challenge $100 - $1000 before X-mas
There will be 10 freerolls every day. first day will every freeroll have 1k$ prize pool, and then every day prize pools will grow untill last day when they will be 10k$ each.
Joined: Mar '11
Age: 53 (M)
Exactly what jovicakralj wrote. Weekend will be interesting with $ 5000 each tourney on Saturday and $ 10000 on Sunday. I already downloaded the FT software and had no problems to log in my old account. My small BR of around $100 is stiil there.
Joined: Nov '09
Age: 52 (M)
More great news to see how PokerStars is working on bringing back the FullTilt brand name. Having lots of freerolls to get things started is a good way to get players back on board instead of instantly withdrawing their money. I am too busy this weekend to participate, but I wish all your mobsters GL if you play.
Joined: Apr '09
Age: 42 (M)
Seems great, just hope I have the chance to play them. Will it be able for all or only for depositors, or something else? What will be the restriction to enter this game? FTP. If it’s nothing and its available for everyone and it will be only a matter of filling all the places (10k sits, I guess, but with $10k prizes it will be more like 50k sits), It will be great! And this way it gives the chance to everyone to put the hand on some more than they exepected!!!
Joined: Apr '11
Age: 56 (M)
New Full Tilt Poker EDGE vs. old 27% affiliate rakeback After Full Tilt's new base loyalty scheme was branded as one of the lowest in the industry, they announced additional player incentives alongside their new EDGE loyalty scheme. The new EDGE system (which is replacing 27% rakeback via affiliates) is divided into five tiers, from Bronze to Diamond.
Your status is dependant on how many Full Tilt Points (FTPs) you earn over a 7-day, 30-day or 100-day rolling average. Players receive 10 FTPs per $1 of rake generated.
Players will receive weekly payments based on their status level and the FTPs earned in the qualifying period, ranging from freeroll entries to $2.50 per 100 FTPs (25% rakeback).
Joined: Mar '10
Age: 72 (F)
hi,that day will come I was on FTP and entering without problems and money and points are still there,it will be much better that every player who had account there can participate in freerolls,our money was on their account,because we wouldn't be paid some % for that money they must give us something,I think more then only freerolls
------------ Macubaas I buy new comp before half year and everything is ok ,I can open my account and enter in FTP,money and points is there,it's not reason new comp,something else is your problem,send e-mail to FTP support
Joined: May '08
Age: 37 (M)
i'd say this was more or less i expected from stars/ full tilt...it's just that i though they will have one grand tourney with huge prizepool, but they have chosen to split the prizepool into parts and give more chances to the players, probably trying to include as many as possible into those freerolls- giving chance to players from different timezones, making sure there is enough dates in case you have something planned on one date...
Joined: Feb '11
Age: 38 (M)
These freerolls sound really great. Of course as usuall in these type of freerolls amount of players will be huge, but it will be also good oportunity to test software and get used to it, and if you get into pot, even better. Another week with long poker hours - my wife won't be happy Morevoer if this information is propagate in many places, we can expect lot of new players on site not so familiar with poker. I think that also new rakeback is made in a way to get new people on site and decrease amount of regulars on this platform.
@Macubaas: From what I remember people with only big bankrolls were asked to verify their accounts. Check you mailboxes for email from them and if you don't find any contact their support.
Joined: Jan '11
Location: United States
Age: 57 (M)
I'm so bumbed about not being able to register back on FullTilt until they do whatever for U.S. citizens. It totally bites! I haven't really been happy playing poker since they shutdown and now they're re-opening, but U.S. citizens can't partake.
I still have a measely $168.00 and wish the DOJ wouldn't have mucked it up to the point where we can't play. What a joke the U.S. is becoming. I pray Obama don't get re-elected.
Joined: Apr '11
Age: 56 (M)
At the old Full Tilt, there were two major additional incentives for players: the Black Card system and Iron Man program. These additional incentives will no longer continue at the new Full Tilt, and will instead be replaced with the EDGE Diamond Store.
Based on analysis, assuming 30% of hands are played during Happy Hour, the EDGE Diamond Store is worth up to 5.3% extra rakeback.
its going to be the same as other network i guess....any promotions is always good for me anyways...rakeback was good but sometimes the amount you get from rake is the amount that you will lose.... ....
------------ the freeroll is great looking forward to play with it...