Take 2 Promotion returns to Full Tilt Poker

Posted by Gerry Poltorak on Apr 05, 2011 Posted in Online Poker News | No Comments »

One of Full Tilt Poker’s most successful promotional campaigns in recent years has been the Take 2 Promotion, which allows players to earn cash bonuses by surpassing easily-met criteria at the site’s cash game tables. In addition to the cash bonuses awarded, Full Tilt Poker will also double the amount of FTP’s you earn while participating in the Take 2 Promotion. This time around Full Tilt Poker is offering a maximum cash bonus of $25, as well as a smaller $5 bonus for players who fail to reach the $25 level.

The upcoming Take 2 Promotion will last a total of 10 days, from April 8th to the 17th, with the thresholds set at five days and nine days. Aimed at low limit players, the promotion is basically a free $25 to any player who already has a real money account at Full Tilt Poker.

In order to be eligible for the Take 2 cash bonuses you simply need to play two or more cash game tables at the same time –or a single Rush Poker table—and earn a mere 5 FTP’s each day. Players who meet the above criteria and surpass the 5 FTP threshold on 5 of the 10 days will earn the $5 bonus; while players who are able to surpass the 5 FTP threshold on 9 of the 10 days will earn the full $25 bonus.

For more information on the Take 2 Promotion you can visit FullTiltPoker.com



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