Full Tilt Launches New Tournament Series
Full Tilt Classic set to take tournament poker back to basics this February
ONCHAN, Isle of Man
The series features two daily deep-stack freezeouts – one No Limit Hold’em event and one alternative game type – with direct buy-ins on the first day of the series set at just $0.50. As the series progresses the buy-ins will increase, culminating in the $100 Main Event on Sunday, February 22nd, with at least $200,000 on the line.
The new series is being launched in conjunction with a complete update to the Full Tilt tournament offering. Buy-ins have been standardized for Multi-Table Tournaments and Sit & Gos, and a range of new satellites have been added to the schedule. The Full Tilt Classic will showcase the variety on offer to players. Check out the full schedule here.
"The Full Tilt Classic has it all – deep-stack tournaments, a wide range of buy-ins, daily freerolls, and extra prizes that offer great value to players. It’s time for players to rediscover the joy of pure tournament action – the kind of events that got people playing poker in the first place," said Dominic Mansour, Managing Director at Full Tilt.
Free for all
Players who participate in a Full Tilt Classic event (NLHE or alternative game type) will receive a freeroll ticket, giving them the chance to win their entry to the following day’s corresponding event. The freerolls – The Classic Hold’em Freeroll and The Classic Freeroll – take place at 12:30 ET and 14.30 ET every day during the series.
Players will be in line to win even more prizes if they satellite into a Full Tilt Classic event, as they’ll automatically be entered into the Satellite Last Longer competition. All they have to do is outlast other satellite entries in that particular event to win a Full Tilt Classic Main Event Tournament Ticket.
To find out more, visit www.fulltilt.com/promotions/full-tilt-classic
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About Full Tilt
Full Tilt is a leading gaming brand known for delivering some of the most innovative online poker games in the world.
Home to the revolutionary poker formats Rush Poker and Adrenaline Rush, Full Tilt also offers its players fast-paced, quick-fold gameplay on both desktop and mobile.
There are two Full Tilt licensed sites – FullTilt.com, which operates in various countries around the world under license from the Isle of Man; and FullTilt.eu, which operates in nine European markets noted under license from Malta. In 2014, Full Tilt began expanding its game portfolio by adding a variety of slot offerings and a range of single- and multi-player variations of Blackjack and Roulette.
Full Tilt was re-launched in November 2012 under new ownership of The Rational Group, which also operates PokerStars, the world's largest online poker site. In 2012, 2013 and 2014, Rational Group companies in the UK and Isle of Man won recognition as one of the best workplaces in the UK being awarded a top 25 position by the Great Place to Work Institute's Best Workplaces – Large category rankings. Rational Group entities in Costa Rica and Dublin also achieved the same accolade in their respective local rankings in 2014.