Full Tilt Poker Referral Code November 2009

November 1, 2009

fulltiltpokerreferralcodeThe Full Tilt Poker November 2009 first deposit bonus is a 100% return on your deposit up to $600. Just use the Full Tilt referral code PRULESNET to get this bonus when you create your new account at Full Tilt. Once you start playing real money cash games, sit & go’s, and tournaments, you’ll earn Full Tilt Points at the rate of 1:$1 in cash raked for the pot and 7:$1 in tournament fees paid. Each point you earn will clear $0.06 of your bonus.

When your point totals equal 10% of your poker bonus or $20, whichever comes first, you’ll receive the first installment of your bonus, and 10% or $20 installments thereafter. This bonus is good for 120 days after depositing. You can review your bonus status in the Cashier section of the Full Tilt Poker lobby.

This month, the FTOPS XIV will begin, featuring 25 events that total more than $16 million in guaranteed cash prize pools, six of the events guaranteeing at least $1 million each.

Tournament formats featured in the FTOPS XIV include standard styles like NLH and PLH, but also will include Knockouts, Shootouts, and a HORSE event. Each tournament within the series will be hosted by a Full Tilt Poker pro, who will also be available for chat during each event.

This series will also include the popular 2-Day Event with at least $2 million in guaranteed cash, beginning on November 14th. The series will end on November 15th with the Main Event and a $2.5 million guaranteed pool. Satellites for all FTOPS XIV events are now running and some are offered with buy-ins as low as $0.50 or as little as 50 Full Tilt Points.

Another facet of the FTOPS XIV is the Leaderboard, which will rank players to win an exclusive custom avatar or a $7,500 prize package that includes entry into every FTOPS XV event minus the 2-Day event. Furthermore, the Million Dollar Challenge will award a $1 million grand prize to any player who cashes in at least 17 FTOPS events.


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