Full Flush Poker Review
Full Flush Poker offers many wild games with loose action. Sometimes the view flop averages climb into the 70s and that will give a solid poker player every chance. The traffic numbers are growing quickly for both tournaments and ring games. Today Poker Time is visited by about 10,000 real money players during the peak hours. The game variety is good – Texas Holdem, Omaha, 7-Card-Stud and 5-Card-Stud can be played at Full Flush Poker. The pot-limit and no-limit Holdem sections are the most popular. There are lots of short-handed tables available in this poker room.
Many high value promotions are offered to new customers as well as loyal players. For example, frequent players are eligible for large free rolls when they’ve played a specified number of raked hands. There is a bad beat jackpot as well.
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Some software upgrades have been made, and the games run much more smoothly than they used to. The statistic functions, including the information in the lobby (view flop averages, average pot size, etc), are good and valuable. Hand history is available through HTML page and via email. You can see all actions in previous hands and betting rounds during play. The rake is low in pot-limit and no-limit games, but higher than the standard of the poker industry in lower straight limit games.
Full Flush Poker Overview
Great player volume growth.