Full Tilt Poker Announces “Deal Me In” Promo

Full Tilt Poker appears to be all set for the eminent re-launch on November 6, 2012, but considering the current state of the economy, which greatly differs from its condition 16 months ago when Black Friday hit the online poker world like an Acme anvil, management is surely apprehensive about the probability that instead of hitting the tables, members will immediately withdrawal the $183 million they are collectively owed. To counter the girth of impending withdrawals, the online poker room is already campaigning new promotions to keep players around the virtual felt.

Just recently, Full Tilt Poker announced that they will be reinstating the hugely popular Full Tilt Online Poker Series (FTOPS) with its 21st installment scheduled to run just one month after the re-launch from December 6-12 at the online poker room. Now, FTP is promoting a new hook they are calling “Deal Me In”.

According to a press release from the main office in Dublin, Full Tilt Poker’s “Deal Me In” promo will become available to all players of the online poker room the moment the tables goes live, less than two weeks from now. It all starts with a massive series of freeroll poker tournaments promised to pay out $250,000 in a single week, from November 6th to the 11th.

In addition, all first-time depositors at the new Full Tilt Poker will receive the largest cash bonus package the online poker room has every proffered, guaranteed to be worth a minimum of $200. The most unique thing about this part of the Deal Me In promotion is that you don’t have to be a “new” member to receive it. Whether you have a pre-existing account or are signing up an account for the first time, your first deposit at the new FTP poker site will be eligible to receive the bonus. Players who take advantage of this offer will also be receiving a free Rush Poker Ring Game Ticket.

Another perk of the promo, termed Ticket Sales, will see special game tickets up for grabs in the Full Tilt Store at discounted prices. The Full Tilt Store sells items for poker points, not cash, so as players participate in cash games and tournaments, they can turn the points they earn into entry tickets for ring games and tournaments, including Steps tourneys and FTOPS events.

To make it even easier for players to get their hands on these discounted tickets, Full Tilt Poker will be awarding double points around the clock during Happy Hour Week. Different games will be featured daily with double points awarded.

The press release also eluded to some special FTOPS bonus entries via its upcoming FTOPS XXI Satellite Frenzy. Full Tilt Poker guaranteed at least $300,000 in FTOPS entries will be awarded, and that doesn’t even include the standard schedule of FTOPS satellites.

Full Tilt Poker will probably see a big cashout extravaganza among its casual poker players who have simply been waiting to get their hands on the money that has been frozen in stalemate for nearly a year and a half. Fortunately, thanks to these staggering first-week promotions, the online poker site may not have to worry about its more serious poker players, whose funds make up the bulk of its accounts, pulling out anytime soon.