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Have You Struck Gold At Full Tilt Yet?

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Rush Poker, the original “fast-fold” poker variant, is even more exciting than usual thanks to Full Tilt bringing back its popular Gold Rush promotion.

Running until April 19, the Full Tilt Gold Rush see players grinding at the Rush Poker ring games randomly rewarded with prizes ranging from Frequent Player Points, to freeroll and tournament ticket and even cash prizes of up to $25,000.

To be in with a chance of winning a golden prize all you need to do is play Rush Poker (or Adrenaline Rush) cash games that have the little god bar logo next to them and keep your fingers crossed that you’re selected at random to win something.

If you are chosen, you’re whisked away to the Gold Rush table where you get to reveal one of three prizes. As soon as you do so, you’re prize is credited to your Full Tilt account and you’re returned to the same Rush Poker player pool that you were plucked from.

Full Tilt has released a fun infographic about Gold Rush and some its statistics are mind-blowing. For example, a prize is awarded on average every 2.43 seconds, while one luck player once won five prizes in a single minute!

Those superstitious folk among you may want to change your avatar to the Doberman dog because, according the infographic, it is way out in front when it comes to winning prizes. I wouldn’t read too much into it because I use the ninja and I won two prizes in 200 hands!

Full Tilt Gold Rush infographic
Full Tilt Gold Rush infographic

Gold Rush is open to all of Full Tilt’s customers, so if you don’t have an account and want to get in on the action we suggest you download Full Tilt via PokerNews today. Doing so entitles you to a 100% match up to $600 first deposit bonus plus be able to participate in future promotions Full Tilt and PokerNews hold together such as our exclusive $5,000 freerolls.


What prizes have you managed to win from the Gold Rush promotion? Have you banked a huge cash score? Let us know in the comments box below.

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