Full Tilt Poker initiates their ‘Take 2’ promotion
In the ongoing ‘Online Poker Wars’ between Full Tilt Poker and PokerStars, Full Tilt has rolled out their latest promotion ‘Take 2’. The promotion is geared to low-limit players and features incremental monetary bonuses based on the number of days a player participates in the promotion throughout September.
The gist of the promotion is for players to play multiple tables (known as multi-tabling) and in doing so they will receive bonuses:
Level 1: Play for 5 days to earn $5
Level 2: Play for 10 days to earn $10, for a total of $15
Level 3: Play for 15 days to earn $10, for a total of $25
Level 4: Play for 25 days to earn $25, for a total of $50
The best part of the promotion is there is no deposit necessary, a player simply has to log in and play at least two tables simultaneously to clear the bonus.
Additionally, players participating in the ‘Take 2’ promotion will receive double Full Tilt Points while playing. When this is combined with Full Tilt’s happy hour promotion a player could be earning 4x the points they would normally accrue.
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