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The Adrenaline Rush - only at Full Tilt Poker

Full Tilt Poker Adrenaline Rush
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Rush Poker takes all the ho-hum out of waiting for your next hand when you jump into a seat at Full Tilt Poker and prepare to maneuver your way through the fast paced action. Full Tilt Poker has taken the next step in the poker fast lane with the launch of the newest version of the extremely popular Rush Poker cash game format — Adrenaline Rush!

Adrenaline Rush takes shallow chip stacks and short-handed tables and whips them into the frenzy of Rush Poker with a twist! Adrenaline Rush ring games are four-handed with buy-ins that range from five to 10 big blinds and betting is capped at 10 big blinds. There are no decisions to make after the flop when it comes to raising or folding, all the action takes place pre-flop...usually ONLY with the option to raise or fold.

The ability to use Raise Max and Quick Fold options in a game of Adrenaline Rush keep the gears set to continually roll out the speed of the game and never allow it to bog down. Clicking 'Quick Fold' will send you to a new table immediately and selecting Raise Max automatically shoves your chips in for the biggest amount allowed as soon as the action reaches you.

“Full Tilt Poker players love the thrill and excitement of fast-paced, quick-fold action, and Adrenaline Rush pushes the envelope on speed and excitement,” said Sarne Lightman, Full Tilt Poker’s head of marketing. “The name reflects the kind of emotional state the game delivers; it’s even faster than our original Rush Poker so you can pack in even more hands per hour, win even more pots and play against an even larger number of players.”

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