Full Tilt Poker unveils Multi-Entry Tournaments

Posted by Steve Ruddock on Jan 13, 2011 Posted in Poker Industry News | No Comments »

In its 5+ years on the online poker scene Full Tilt Poker has been one of the leading innovators in the industry, introducing such features as Rush Poker, and now their latest addition to the online poker world is the Multi-Entry Tournament. Multi-Entry Tournaments allow players to enter the same tournament multiple times, or to re-enter the tournament if they bust.

Always pushing the online poker envelope by incorporating the unique features and aspects that separate online poker from live poker, Full Tilt Poker has done an excellent job in creating online-specific poker games and formats, and this is no more evident than with Rush Poker and now Multi-Entry Tournaments.

Each entry in the tournament will have its own chip-stack, and Full Tilt Poker has stated that each entry will be seated at separate tables, and should you be fortunate enough to make the final table of the tournament with more than one entry your chip stacks will be combined and merged into one entry.

The Multi-Entry Tournament is the online equivalent of “Second-Chance” tournaments where players can re-enter a tournament should they be eliminated in the early stages –at some tournaments you can enter on both Day 1a and Day 1b.

When registering for a multi-entry tournament you will be prompted to select the number of entries you would like to register through a drop-down menu –look for the Multi-Entry icon in the tournament lobby.

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