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Full Tilt Poker’s dot-net site is chock-full of resources for the new and
experienced poker player.


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So you’ve heard of FullTiltPoker dot com, perhaps you’ve even sat for a
hand or two at one of Full Tilt Poker’s many tables. But have you heard
of FullTiltPoker dot net? That’s right ".net", not ".com", and it’s
amazing what a difference 3 letters can make.

Full Tilt Poker Dot Net is not a place to win other people’s money and
(yipes!) maybe also lose a little of your own. FullTiltPoker (dot net) is
an educational site, affiliated with Full Tilt Poker’s gambling site,
full of no cost ways improve your poker game. Whether you’re a fish out
of water when it comes to playing poker or consider yourself an online
poker shark, this is the school for you.

Full Tilt Poker (dot net) was put together by some of the biggest names
in poker –Howard Lederer, Chris Ferguson, Jennifer Harman, Erick
Lindgren, Clonie Gowen, Mike Matusow, Phil Ivey, John Juanda, Phil
Gordon, Erik Seidel, and Andy Bloch, so folks like you and us could have
access to their cumulative wealth of expertise in the game. At Full Tilt
Poker (dot com) you can learn from these pros by playing directly against
them in real-money games. At Full Tilt Poker (dot net) learning from them
won’t be as costly.

Full Tilt Poker (dot net) is rife with tutorials (illustrated where
appropriate) on everything poker, from using the Full Tilt Poker software
to the rules of play for each individual game. It includes a detailed
Hand Rankings chart and a full poker Glossary. But so do many online
poker sites.

What makes Full Tilt Poker’s school so fantastic are the lessons
(numbering 49 at last count) by the aforementioned poker stars. Lessons
like:

Book Smarts vs. Table Smarts – by Erik Seidel

Small-Pot Poker – by Gavin Smith

Playing A Big Draw in Limit Hold’em – by Chris “Jesus” Ferguson

Know Your (Table) Limits – by Paul Wolfe
Getting Started in Stud-8 – by Jennifer Harman

What’s Your Starting Hand Really Worth – by Steve Brecher

Big Slick: A Slippery Hand – by Rafe Furst

Strategies for Short-Handed No Limit – by John D’Agostino

Third Street in 7-Stud – by Perry Friedman

Flopping A Monster – by Richard Brodle

Holding On To Your Winnings – by Aaron “GambleAB” Bartley

No Limit By The Numbers – by Andy Bloch

Playing Two Or More Tables At Once – by Erick Lingren

These are the things that life-savings are banked on. And they’re yours
(and ours) for no cost at all from the kind folks who ultimately want to
win your money fair and square at Full Tilt Poker dot com.

As a noteworthy bonus, there’s also a section on starting your own
successful poker home game.

In a particularly noble, non-OS-partisan move, Full Tilt Poker makes it
so you can download and install their software whether you’re on a PC or
a Mac. Then you can play in fake money games against other amateurs
(budding pro’s – call it what you will) regardless of operating system.
(It almost brings a tear to our eye.)

And that brings us to the meat of the Full Tilt Poker experience –
whether dot net or dot com – and that is: playing poker. Once you’ve
taken in the tools this gaggle of experts has heaped upon you, all that’s
left is to practice (and, dare we say – practice, practice).

To this end, Full Tilt Poker (dot net) has set up a fully functional
online poker, just like it’s real money equivalent, except that all
wagers are made with fake money. You get the same lobby stats, the same
variety of stakes and types of action (limit, no limit, pot limit).

And just like at its real-money equivalent, at this Full Tilt Poker it’s
not all Texas Hold’em either. You can learn and play Omaha & Omaha Hi/Lo,
7-Card Stud & 7-Card Stud Hi/Lo, and Razz. And just like at Full Tilt
Poker (dot com) you can play in scheduled tournaments and on the spot Sit
& Go freezeouts.

				
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