Full Tilt Poker Offers the Gift of Poker for the Holidays

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Online poker site announces release of new gift certificates and rewards players by giving away “$10K A Day”™ though December.

This holiday season, FullTiltPoker.com is making it possible for you to share the gift of poker with your friends and family.

FullTiltpoker.com is pleased to offer poker enthusiasts the opportunity to give their friends and loved ones Gift Certificates that can be immediately redeemed for use on FullTiltPoker.com. With prices as low as $25, FullTiltPoker.com’s Gift Certificates are perfect for both casual and serious players alike. Delivered in .pdf format, each FullTiltPoker.com Gift Certificate is available with one of three custom backgrounds, and can be personalized with the message of your choosing.

Once redeemed, a player can join any of FullTiltPoker.com’s real money tournaments and ring games, where they can Learn, Chat and Play poker with members of Team Full Tilt, including Phil Ivey, Howard Lederer, Chris Ferguson, and Jennifer Harman.

What’s more, by playing in FullTiltPoker.com’s real money ring games, players will also be eligible to win a share of $10,000 a day in free money that FullTiltPoker.com is giving away through its “$10K A Day” promotion between December 9th and December 31st. During the “$10K A Day” promotion players are awarded with entries into a daily drawing based on every real money pot they win. The more hands a player wins, the more entries they receive, and there’s no limit to the number of entries they can receive per day.

FullTiltPoker.com is awarding 156 individual cash prizes per day totaling $10,000. During December, this means that more than 3,500 players will have the chance to share in almost $250,000 in free money, just for playing at FullTiltPoker.com.

Normally, to win this kind of money, players need to play in large, multi-player tournaments or high-limit ring games. But now at FullTiltPoker.com, players participating in real money games with blinds as low as a 5 and 10 cents per hand can win an individual prize worth as much as $1,000 simply for winning a pot.

“The people at Full Tilt Poker are passionate about the game, and they want to share that passion with their players. The new Gift Certificates and the “$10K A Day” promotion are ways that Full Tilt Poker can make the game more accessible to new players and give something back to everyone at this special time of year,” said Tiltware LLC CEO Raymond Bitar.

By creating innovative programs like its Gift Certificates and “$10K A Day,” FullTiltPoker.com is pleased to share the holiday spirit with all of its players.

http://www.FullTiltPoker.com is the only online poker site where players can learn, chat and play with the best poker players in the world, including Team Full Tilt who, as a group, own a total of 38 World Series of Poker bracelets. These champions include: Chris Ferguson, Phil Ivey, Howard Lederer, Jennifer Harman, Erick Lindgren, Erik Seidel, Andy Bloch, Phil Gordon, Clonie Gowen, and John Juanda.

About Full Tilt Poker

Full Tilt Poker™ software was developed by TiltWare LLC, a software development and licensing company based in Los Angeles, California and licensed to Kolyma Corporation, A.V.V. which is regulated and licensed by the Kahnawake Gaming Commission in Canada. “Team Full Tilt,” is a select group of the world’s finest professional poker players, including Chris “Jesus” Ferguson, Phil Ivey, Howard Lederer, Jennifer Harman, Erick Lindgren, Erik Seidel, Andy Bloch, Phil Gordon, Clonie Gowen, and John Juanda. With innovative graphics, superior customer service and a safe, secure interface, the software is geared to enhance and personalize the online poker experience. Users of all skill levels can download the software at http://www.fulltiltpoker.com and can play for fun or for real money where online games of skill are permitted by law.

For more information contact:

Michele Clayborne

EMC PR (on behalf of Full Tilt Poker)


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