Full Tilt Launch Rush Tournaments and Steps SNGS

Rush Poker

With the success of the launch of Rush Poker in January, Full Tilt Poker has now introduced Rush Poker Tournaments. These will include three Rush Poker events in the upcoming FTOPS XVI, one Turbo, one Pot Limit Omaha Knockout, and one Rebuy. There are also plenty of regular Rush Poker tournaments to choose from including, Freezeout, Re-buy, Turbo and knockout tournaments.

There are several differences between Rush Poker tournaments and Rush Poker ring games one of the biggest being that the two players on the table who have gone the longest without posting blinds will pay the small and big blinds. Also as the tournament field thins out the play will become short handed. E.g. when there are fewer than 10 players the game will be 4 handed. There will also be no hand to hand play on the pay bubble or at any pay jumps. Rush Poker Tournaments are shown in the lobby by a black R symbol next to the games in standard view and as ‘Rush poker’ under the tournament tab in basic view.

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