Full Tilt Poker announces Short-Handed Happy Hour

Posted by Steve Ruddock on Aug 16, 2010 Posted in Poker Site News | No Comments »

The #2 online poker site in the world, Full Tilt Poker, has announced a new promotion that will further boost the number of tables running at all hours of the day: Full Tilt Poker is now offering double Full Tilt Poker Points –known as ‘Happy Hour’—for any player who participates in a short-handed game.

The promotion will run for the entire month of August, and is available around the clock, giving players a great opportunity to accumulate a mountain of FTP’s. Depending on the success of the promotion this may be one of those promo’s that Full Tilt keeps indefinitely.

For the purposes of this promotion, Full Tilt Poker is considering Short-Handed games to be any Full-Ring poker table with fewer than five players seated, or any 6-Max table with three or less players. Obviously this gives players a greater incentive to start games, and also to continue playing when the table becomes short-handed.

Additionally, if you participate in a short-handed game during Full Tilt Poker’s regularly scheduled ‘Happy Hours’ you’ll receive TRIPLE points! You can find qualifying short-handed tables in the Full Tilt Poker lobby by looking for the smiley faces next to the table name.

And if you need to download Full Tilt Poker make sure to visit our Full Tilt Referral Code page beforehand to get the Referral Code that will give you upto a $600 bonus.

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