3Xmas Happy Hour at Full Tilt Poker

This is that time of year where you spend more then you intended to and it appears as if Full Tilt Poker is no different then the rest of us when it comes to Christmas.
In addition to the “Holiday Hundred” there is now the ‘3Xmas Happy Hour’ promotion at Full Tilt Poker.
The 3Xmas Happy Hour is basically the same as the original happy hour at Full Tilt Poker but you earn three times the points.
The hours are still the same but from December 21st through January 1st players will earn triple the points.
There are also extended Happy Hours on the actually holidays themselves which are Friday, December 25th and Friday. January 1st.
New players are eligible for a new player bonus of 100% up to $600 dollars on their first deposit.

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