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The New Year has begun and PokerNews has already been looking to bring even more value to the table for our valued customers. As of today, PokerNews customers can download and sign up to Full Tilt Poker via us and reap the benefits of becoming a Team PokerNews member.

Full Tilt Poker re-launched in November 2012 with the Rational Group – the owners of PokerStars – at the helm. Within hours of opening its doors for real-money play, Full Tilt Poker became the second busiest online poker site in the world; trailing only PokerStars in terms of active players online.

One of the reasons Full Tilt Poker has become so popular once again in such a short space of time is the fantastic first deposit welcome package on offer to new customers. Anyone making their first real money deposit into Full Tilt Poker can claim a 100 per cent up to $600 first deposit bonus. In fact, they do not have to deposit $600 in one go because the first three deposits made within a 60-day timescale will be eligible for the bonus.

In addition to the 100 per cent match bonus, new customers will also receive 10 tickets to the $50k First Deposit Freerolls Series. These tickets give access to 10 x $5,000 freerolls that run every Sunday at 06:00ET and 14:30ET and could see players’ bankrolls given a significant boost!

By downloading Full Tilt Poker via PokerNews you will automatically become a member of Club PokerNews, benefits of which include promotions that are exclusive to PokerNews customers. Over the coming weeks, months and years this could add up to a significant sum of money and expected value!

If you download Full Tilt Poker today, you will be able to compete in MiniFTOPS XXI, a fantastic online tournament festival that starts on Jan. 6, boasts 35 events and over $3 million in guaranteed prize money. When the miniFTOPS ran in December 2010, PokerNews’ very own Kristy Arnett turned $50 into $31,344.40 when she took down Event#12! Can you follow in her footsteps? There is only one way to find out!

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