Full Tilt Planning Big Things in 2010

Full Tilt Poker is getting ready to reveal their big changes in 2010.  Last year poker rooms started raising buyin’s but Full Tilt Poker kept buyin levels the same.
This seemed to be a good idea but players kept coming to them because of the small buyins.  Then they would win a large pot and quit the table with all of the winnings, this procedure is called ‘rat holing’.
Full Tilt may be raising buyins to help deter this type of player but at this time these plans aren’t concrete but speculation.
Other changes coming in the new year is a new feature where you would only have click twice when you want to exit Full Tilt Poker.
The other new feature is going to be a box that will pop up and ask players if they ‘want to take this seat’.  Another change is a new VIP program and the start of a new promotion.
New players are eligible for a new player bonus of 100% up to $600 dollars on their first deposit.

Other news:   Championship Online Poker Series coming to BetOnline Poker

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