Have You Claimed Your Free £10 From Full Tilt Yet?

Have You Claimed Your Free £10 From Full Tilt Yet? 0001

If you live in the United Kingdom and have yet to open a Full Tilt account then you can help yourself to a free £10 to kick-start your online poker career, but act quickly because this special offer cannot and will not last forever.

Getting your hands on the free £10 is super easy and all you need to do is download Full Tilt via PokerNews, create your free Full Tilt account, validate your email address and when you have done so, your free £10 heads into your brand new Full Tilt account.

The free £10 is made up of three Rush Ring Game Tickets worth $2 each and 11 Jackpot Sit & Go tournament tickets worth $1 each. Both of these give you a great introduction to Full Tilt and could see you win a massive boost to your bankroll.

Rush Poker is the original fast-fold poker variant and some still argue that it is the best available in the online poker world. Rush Poker gives you the chance to play hundreds of hands per hour per table thanks to the special way that it is set up.

When you click fold – which you can do so before it is your turn to act – you are whisked away to a new table with a fresh set of opponents and new hole cards. Don't like the new hole cards that are in front of you simply click fold again and receive new ones!

Jackpot Sit 'n' Go tournaments are an exciting variant that allow you to win up to $2,000 with your free tickets. Jackpot Sit 'n' Go tournaments are played three-handed and to a hyper-turbo blind structure, which makes them exciting enough already, but throw into the mix the fact the prize pool is randomly determined and will be set at between twice and 2,000 times the tournament buy-in and you have a recipe for more excitement than you can handle.

This offer won't last forever so make sure you claim your free £10 today. How much will you turn yours into? We'd love to hear your success stories!

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