New from Full Tilt Poker - Rush PokerPublished January 27, 2010 by OCR Editor
Full Tilt and PokerStars have been engaging for a while in a battle of new concepts.
Full Tilt Poker has brought out a brand new weapon in its ongoing battle with rival website PokerStars - and the new weapon is called Rush Poker.
Rush Poker a new form of poker in which a player joins a pool of participants and is seated at a random virtual table. The normal options are then presented, along with a "quick fold" option. The hand is played as normal, but once a player is out, they and all other folded players are transferred to another table where the whole process begins again.
The whole idea behind the concept is that there's no time to think between folded hands, and you could play hundreds of hands with overlapping tables.
For the moment, the only game available at Rush Poker is the ever popular Texas Hold'em, but there could be more to come in the near future.
Full Tilt - the world's second-largest poker room, last month announced some major changes to its site, including a new VIP program and changes aimed at eradicating short stackers.
Now the online poker community sits in wait for PokerStars response.