Short-Handed Happy Hour returns at Full Tilt Poker

Posted by Steve Ruddock on Dec 10, 2010 Posted in Poker Room News | No Comments »

Full Tilt Poker has brought back one of its more popular promotions this past week, the Short-Handed Happy Hour promotion. The promotion will run through December and January, and runs around the clock, giving players two months to rack up a massive amount of Full Tilt Poker Points at the site’s tables.

The promotion gives players who participate in short-handed games a x2 multiplier to any Full Tilt Points they receive, and if you participate in a Short-Handed table during one of Full Tilt Poker’s normal Happy Hour periods you will receive a x3 multiplier to the FTP’s you collect! In order to receive the Short-Handed Happy Hour bonus FTP’s you must participate in one of the following ring games:

·    6-Max Poker Tables with 3 or fewer players
·    8-Max Poker Tables with 4 or fewer players
·    9-Max Poker Tables with 5 or fewer tables

The promotion is one of the few that benefits both player and site: The poker players will benefit by receiving additional FTP’s, and the site benefits by keeping more short-handed games running, and therefore takes in more rake.

To find an eligible Short-Handed Happy Hour table simply look for the smiley face icon next to the table in the Full Tilt Poker lobby.

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