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Time to Rush to Full Tilt Poker for the $50K Rush Poker Freeroll

by AintLuck.com Poker Team

Several months back, the powers that be at Full Tilt Poker unleashed their latest invention. A brand new, hyperactive version of no limit hold em that promises to give players the constant action that they crave. The game is none other than Rush Poker. Since its inception, Rush Poker has continued to grow in popularity among players and Full Tilt has met that demand by increasing the number of tables steadily.

Rush Poker $50,000 Freeroll Details

As most people know by now, Rush Poker is a form of poker in which players are shuttled off to a new table as soon as they are no longer involved in the current hand at a table. For this reason, players have to constantly be on their toes as they can play as many as 300 hands per hour at a given table. To celebrate the success, Full Tilt is having a promotion called Rush Week from July 12 to the 19th. As part of the promotion, players that opt in have a chance to earn up to $250 apiece and participate in a special Rush Poker $50,000 Freeroll tournament.

The way to participate is simple:

Players who earn 10 points from Rush tables for 4 days of the promo get $5.
Players who earn 10 points from Rush tables for 7 days of the promo get $10.
Players who earn 100 points from Rush tables for 4 days of the promo get $25.
Players who earn 100 points from Rush tables for 7 days of the promo get $50.
Players who earn 1000 points from Rush tables for 4 days of the promo get $125.
Players who earn 1000 points from Rush tables for 7 days of the promo get $250.

Additionally, the Rush Poker $50,000 Freeroll will be open to any player who makes the final table of a Rush Poker tournament during the promo week.

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