Rush Poker at Full Tilt Poker
Our website is primarily dedicated to the mixed game H.O.R.S.E. poker, which does not include No Limit Texas Hold’em. However, considering most H.O.R.S.E. poker players will likely end up playing their online poker at Full Tilt Poker, due to it being the highest populated mixed game site on the internet, we felt we’d let you know about the latest No Limit Hold’em ring game invention, currently offered exclusively at Full Tilt.
Note: Rush Poker is the absolute fastest way to clear your Full Tilt Poker Bonus.
Rush Poker is Full Tilt’s brand new form of online poker. It’s extremely fast paced, and Full Tilt themselves are describing the game as ‘the most intense poker action in the world!’
Rush Poker is actually a pretty simple concept. When you join a Rush Poker game, you join up with a large pool of other players, all players are then split into tables of 6 or 9, and if you want to play your hand, then you enter the pot. If you want to fold you can do it instantly and be automatically moved to another table full of players ready to play another hand straight away. If you get dealt a hand you don’t like the look of, all you have to do is hit the fold button and move on!
Obviously, the format of the game brings up an important question about where the small and big blinds are placed at the table. When playing Rush Poker at Full Tilt, the big blind is always posted by the player who has gone the most hands without posting it. Sometimes players will have posted the blinds the same number of times; in this case, the big blind is assigned randomly between the players who have posted it least.
You’ll be pleased to know that you can multi table Rush Poker and play up to a maximum of 4 tables of it at any one time. To multi table, all you need to do is click the ‘Join Now’ button in the Rush Poker lobby, and you’ll be assigned another seat in the large pool of players. If you played 4 tables of Rush Poker for an hour, then by the end of it you should have played between 1,300 and 1,500 hands. Playing 4 tables in a regular 6 max cash game would only yield a hands per hour ratio of around 450, so there’s a massive difference between Rush Poker and a regular ring game.
Full Tilt points are awarded in exactly the same way on Rush Poker tables as they are when playing at regular tables, and Happy Hour bonus points are awarded in Rush Poker games as well. You’ll earn points a lot lot faster in the Rush Poker games, because the hands per hour ratio is so much higher.
At the moment the only place to play Rush Poker online is at FullTiltPoker.com. No one is really sure if the game will be adopted in some shape or form by other online poker rooms, but Full Tilt did recently announce they are applying to Patent the game. If successful, then it seems likely that Full Tilt will remain the only place to play Rush Poker online.
Rush Poker is being dubbed by many including Full Tilt red pro Chris ‘Jesus’ Ferguson as the ‘greatest innovation ever in online poker history’. The action is fast paced and more exciting than ever before. Having the opportunity to play so many hands per hour and quick fold hands that you don’t want to play instantly is proving massively popular. The games are full of fish and gamblers who just want quick action, making Rush Poker not only great fun but also highly profitable.
To give Rush Poker a try, visit Full Tilt Poker.