New to the Game Tables Help Poker Players

Published May 18, 2013 by OCR Editor

Players can now have an easy transition into a new poker variant. Head over to Full Tilt and give their New to the Game tables a try.

Full Tilt Poker recently launched new tables to help new players learn the different poker variants. The New to the Game ring game and tournament tables cover the lowest buy-ins available which the company claims is ideal for new and even experienced players to learn some of the more difficult poker variants like Omaha and Irish.

New to the Game tables proceed at a slower pace than regular tables on Full Tilt and players have the benefit of seeing tooltips to help them understand different aspects of the game. In addition to these changes, players also see the strength of their hand at every stage in order to help them learn the game.

To find a New to the Game table, use the basic view in the Full Tilt lobby and when you search for your new game you will be directed to the New to the Game tables. You can sit at two New to the Game tables simultaneously.

Your eligibility to play at New to the Game tables is based on the number of hands you have played of the specific poker variant. Similarly, your eligibility to register to New to the Game tournaments is based on the number of tournaments you have played for the specific poker variant. Once you have played 2,000 hands of cash games or 75 sit & goes you will no longer be eligible to play New to the Game tables.

If you are new to the game or poker or would like to have an easy transition into a new game type then head over to Full Tilt now and start playing on their New to the Game tables.

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