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Full Tilt Launches Rush Poker App

Full Tilt Poker’s research and development team announced the roll out of its latest creation, a Rush Poker application designed for iOS and Android mobile devices.

The widely-popular fast-fold variant Rush Poker that first launched in 2010 can now be easily played on the free app that is “fully optimized for mobile,” Full Tilt Poker Head of Marketing Sarne Lightman told PokerUpdate.

Players will find a variety of stake levels available via the new Rush Poker application. While most will of course want to play for real money, a play-money format is also available for players who may want to try it out first. The app also provides cashier functions that permit players to make deposits and withdrawals both quickly and easily.

“We are committed to continually enhancing and evolving the Full Tilt experience and we pride ourselves on being industry leaders when it comes to innovation and imagination,” Lightman said. “The Full Tilt Rush Poker app has been designed specifically for mobile phone play” and allows for exciting fast-paced online poker action played virtually anywhere “no matter how long you have to spare.”

Players with an existing Full Tilt account can log on to the new app with their IDs and passwords and begin playing right away. A simple download of the app and the creation of a Full Tilt account will allow new players to join them directly.

Along with Rush Poker, players on the go can also utilize the new app to access Adrenaline Rush, an even speedier version of fast-fold poker. Adrenaline Rush was launched by Full Tilt just one month ago and increases the speed of hands by restricting tables to 4-handed play and permits no post-flop wagering. As in Rush Poker, competition exists among a pool of players who are whisked to a new table upon folding.



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Charles Rettmuller

Charles has been an avid poker player for a number of years, both live and online. He holds a degree in journalism and previously worked as a reporter for a Chicago-based newspaper. Charles joined the PokerUpdate team in early 2012 and writes daily news articles for the site.