Full Tilt Poker Review – This is what I think about Fulltiltpoker – I’ve played too much in it. Why? Because this is my favorite site between Fulltilt, Pokerstars and Players Only Poker. As an average player, I can say that the average poker player can get his fair share of sit’n’go wins as well as ring game wins. I would try to stay away from big multi-table tournaments (anything less than a $20 buy-in or 1000+ people is too much for me). But sit’n’goes is my favorite – just relax and wait for your cards and enough fish will bring you an advantage. Apart from that, it has excellent graphics, excellent software, and lots and lots of players even at 5am. Yes, it’s 5 in the morning.
Of course, I would recommend you start with at least a $100 bankroll gambling ( $50 slots is the minimum deposit so…). The rake is pretty big, especially for low-end sit’n’goes – if you want to play a $1 sit’n’go you pay and an extra $0.25. Yes, but the upper limit ($10+ is really good value if you can win enough)
The fish factor at Fulltilt is quite above average. I am an average poker player (have been playing for 6 months but not won 6 months) and low limit ring games or sit’n’goes are quite easy i.e. there are lots of fish. For ring games, beware of .25/.50 games; that’s where most of the “pros” start their game. For sit’n’goes is another story; as long as you have enough money play any amount you want. Of course… don’t be stupid with your money. This is your money. This is just my experience, but I would stay away from big tournaments with big buys. Yes, unless you are a professional, you will have no money.
Deposits and withdrawals are also quite easy for US players. I use my debit card, and if you use it long enough, Fulltilt will easily store an encrypted number for you on your deposit page. Remember the minimum deposit is $50. Withdrawals are also simple – you ask and they will send you a check (provided proof of address etc) or deposit it to click2pay, etc.