Full Tilt Launches Rush Poker

Chris Ferguson

Full Tilt Poker released a new poker variant called Rush Poker this week that it hopes will revolutionize the online game.

The premise to Rush Poker is non-stop action. In the game players are put into a large player pool but face a different table of opponents in every hand they play.

If a player is dealt a sub-optimal hand, they also have access to a “Quick Fold” button which instantly transports them to a new table and then automatically folds their hand on the old table when action gets to them.

 “Rush Poker is the greatest innovation since poker started on the internet,” said Team Full Tilt Pro Chris Ferguson.

The frenzied pace gives players the ability to play more hands than ever before.

It’s unlikely to get a read on a particular player, however, as it’s rare to play a big hand against the same player more than once a session.

Full Tilt is currently offering Rush Poker in No-Limit Hold'em and Pot-Limit Omaha at stakes $.05/$.10 to $.50/$1. At the time this article was published there were over 5,000 players on the Rush Poker tables.

You can find Rush Poker in the main menu in the Full Tilt lobby. To learn more about Rush Poker or sign up for a Full Tilt account click here.

You can also check out PokerListings’ strategy writer Dan Skolovy’s thoughts on Rush Poker here.

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