Full Tilt invented fast-fold poker when it introduced Rush Poker in 2010 and since then virtually every major online poker room has implemented the game.
Adrenaline Rush takes the fast-fold concept to a whole new level.
All tables are four-handed and players can buy-in for just 5-10 big blinds. All action takes place before the flop.
For the most part decisions are limited to raising or fold and, just like the original Rush Poker, when you fold you're immediately seated at a new table with a new hand.
“Full Tilt Poker players love the thrill and excitement of fast-paced, quick-fold action, and Adrenaline Rush pushes the envelope on speed and excitement,” said Sarne Lightman, Full Tilt Poker’s head of marketing.
“The name reflects the kind of emotional state the game delivers; it’s even faster than our original Rush Poker so you can pack in even more hands per hour, win even more pots and play against an even larger number of players.”
Full Tilt Casino Games Coming Soon
Full Tilt Poker announced its intentions to offer online casino games in July of 2013 but according to a story on PokerFuse.com the site has started a staggered rollout of roulette and blackjack.
A new software update released Monday saw some customers receive images, sound effects and other assets that hinted at the coming gambling games. FTP told PokerFuse that distribution of the new games will be staggered in order to test new features.
Full Tilt owner Rational Group announced a few months ago that its flagship site PokerStars will remain poker-only.