Full Tilt Poker Launches 'New To the Game' Tables

Posted at 09:00 2013-04-19 by Donnie Peters

The Full Tilt Poker software has always been one of the favorites among the online poker community. Now, the software is even more user-friendly to new poker players thanks to the launch of New To the Game tables.

These brand new tables are offered at both ring-game and tournament tables covering the smallest stakes. At these tables, players will experience slower-paced game play, tips that offer key information and displayed hand strength.

Here's how to find these New To the Game tables, according to the Full Tilt Poker website:

To find a New to the Game table, whether ring game, scheduled tournament or Sit & Go tournament, we recommend you use Basic View of the Full Tilt Poker lobby. Basic View is an interactive guide designed to help you find the games you want to play via step-by-step instructions. To enable Basic View, open the Options menu in the game lobby and select Lobby View > Basic View.

When searching for your preferred game in Basic View, you will be directed to New to the Game tables if you’re eligible. If you are no longer eligible to play at these tables, you will automatically be directed to our standard tables.

In the games list in the Standard View lobby, New to the Game tables are identifiable by the New to the Game icon:

If you are using Standard View and are eligible to play at New to the Game tables, your games list will show those tables only. To view all of the available games click on Show All Ring Game Tables or Show All Sit & Go Tournaments. After doing so, you can click on Show New To The Game Tables Only to revert to your original games list.

New to the Game ring game tables cover the smallest stake levels offered. You can sit at a maximum of two New to the Game ring game tables simultaneously.

New to the Game Sit & Go tournaments cover the smallest buy-in amounts offered. You can sit at a maximum of two New to the Game tournament tables simultaneously.

Not everyone will be allowed to play at these tables, and a player's eligibility will be based on the number of hands one has played. For tournaments, eligibility will be determined by the number of scheduled tournaments or sit-n-gos one has played. Furthermore, eligibility will be independent of each game variant.

To find out more, head over to the Full Tilt Poker website.

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