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Full Tilt Fever - Free Poker Training for Full Tilt Points

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It was nearly one year ago that Full Tilt Poker announced a partnership with CardRunners, a poker training website, in the form of the sponsorship agreement with seven of their players. With the signing of Taylor Caby, Andrew Wiggins, Brian Townsend, Brian Hastings, Erik Liu, Mike Schneider, and Cole South, the partnership became a beneficial one for both sites. Now, Full Tilt Poker and CardRunners have announced a new promotion, one that involves the exchange of Full Tilt Points for absolutely free poker training.

Since the original agreement between the two companies, CardRunners has grown and merged with fellow training site StoxPoker. The combination of training videos and other online poker resources has increased memberships and made both sites a prominent force in the training industry. At any given time, there are 15,000 people on the sites each week. And most recently, the sites developed the latest promotion with Full Tilt Poker, which culminated in a joint project called Truly Free Poker Training.

The website by the same name details the way that Full Tilt Poker players can obtain free training on StoxPoker and CardRunners through the simple redemption of player points. Since the sites offer varying degrees of training for players at various levels - StoxPoker concentrating on low- to mid-stakes players and CardRunners catering to a higher limit crowd - choosing where to spend points requires some attention.

For as few as 625 Full Tilt Points, anyone can obtain a one-week membership to StoxPoker, which includes all of the poker information that a person can absorb in seven days. A one-month membership to StoxPoker is being offered for 2,500 points, and a one-month membership to CardRunners is available for 4,500. But the greatest deal of all seems to be the availability of one-month memberships to both sites for 7,000 Full Tilt Points. The amount of learning that can be done over the period of a month can improve one’s game exponentially and dramatically increase one’s bankroll.

Full Tilt Points are earned on the Full Tilt Poker website through simply playing in qualified real-money ring games or tournaments, which include sit-n-go’s and multi-table tournaments. Each dollar raked from a pot in which a player is dealt cards is worth one Full Tilt Point, with a maximum of three points awarded per hand. And for every dollar paid to play in a tournament of any kind, seven points are earned, and there is no limit to the number of points that can be accumulated.

Through regular site play, points are accrued for each player. While they can be redeemed in the store or in Full Tilt Poker tournaments and satellites, the new promotion with CardRunners and StoxPoker allows those same points to be applied toward free poker training.

When the points are exchanged for the free memberships, players are automatically privy to all of the tools the sites have to offer, including instructional videos, forum participation, the opportunity to create your own blog on the site, and the eligibility to win one-on-one coaching from the trainers. Aside from the seven aforementioned CardRunners players who provide training, StoxPoker offers names like Nick Grudzien, Matt Matros, Bryce Paradis, Dusty Schmidt, Kyle Hendon, and Ed Miller.

To get started earning your Full Tilt Points now, download Full Tilt Poker and create your real-money account. And by using the bonus code “POKERWORKS” during that process, you will be able to earn a 100% bonus on deposit amounts up to $600.

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