Full Tilt Poker Shows Off New Software

Thursday saw a double treat for Full Tilt Poker players, with a $100 free bonus  being offered as an introduction to their new interactive poker software.
The ‘Biggest Bonus Ever’ allows players to take advantage of the $100 bonus with no deposit needed and the only requirement is that each player has had to have earnt at least 1FTP point before  July 28th and activated the offer before August 16th.
The ‘Biggest Bonus Ever’ promotion coincides with the introduction of new upgraded software at the Full Tilt Poker website and boasts many personalised and state of the art features to enhance players enjoyment of the FTP experience.
The new features include two new lobbies: an interactive six-step Basic View for novices and a Standard View for more experienced players, complete with Favorites and Advanced Filters allowing players to easily locate their favourite games.
The new Full Tilt Poker Lobby Widgets has some particularly exciting developments, such as clearer visibility of promotions and statistics, and the Tournament Deals tab allows players to make deals with eachother on a final table of any MTT or tournament.
Full Tilt Poker had recently put $16 million up for grabs as part of its 5 years in business celebration, and with this latest promotion it has shown itself once more to be an innovative site at the forefront of the industry that insists on continually improving the online poker experiences of its customers.

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