Black Card Rewards Program Introduced By Full Tilt Poker

Published Saturday, October 02, 2010 - Online-Casinos.com

Full Tilt Poker is a very successful offering of online poker and the room just got better. Full Tilt poker has just announced a new customer appreciation rewards program they are calling the Black Card rewards program. Offered only to Full Tilt's most valued customers with the card room giving it's players unique and custom benefits only offered by Full Tilt.

Licensed and regulated by the Alderney Gambling Control Commission Full Tilt Poker was launched in 2004 and is considered the second largest poker room in the world second only to Poker Stars. Full Tilt online poker and card room services do not include wagering or making bets and is not part of the actual playing of games.
Full Tilt is available in real money or just for fun formats that pits players against one another to compete for prizes, cash or just for enjoyment. In 2010, Full Tilt introduced a new poker variation called "Rush Poker" designed to increase the number of hands a player receives. In "Rush Poker" players do not remain at a specific table. Instead, they join a pool with hundreds of other players. When they fold, they are transferred to a new table and dealt a new hand.

The Black Card, is issued to players who achieve a minimum 500 Full Tilt Point daily average over a 100-day rolling period. All Black Card holders receive 2x Full Tilt Points, entry to exclusive online Black Card tournaments and access to the private Black Card Store, where they can exchange Full Tilt Points for cash bonuses and an assortment of quality branded Black Card merchandise.
Members are able to gain exclusive access to special events at live tournaments world wide,  where they can be part of the Full Tilt Poker professional experience. There is a dedicated Black Card support team to provide personalized customer service for every member. Full Tilt Poker has just upgraded the experience to excellent and beyond for it's most important players. 

   

 

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