Ladies and Gentlemen, welcome to the conclusion of Full Tilt Poker Week. Today, as promised, we will share the final Promotions plans that are being considered for the FTP relaunch / FTP2 launch. Check back regularly today for updates.
FTP2 $1 Million Added Sit & Go Promotion
Often the bridesmaids but rarely the ones donning the pretty white dress on the big day, S&G players are used to being overlooked when it comes to poker promotions. Well, if you fall into that category, this should bring a smile to your face.
6 Seaters will pay THREE places from launch with 3rd getting a refund of buy-in and fee. Similarly 9 seaters will pay FOUR places. The extra paid places will come from the promotions fund so no need to panic if you were thinking the top payouts would be compromised.
While poker tournaments are the sexy side of online tournaments it is the humble Sit & Go that makes the operator more money from the tournament games.
$1 Million Added sit and NO go promotion
Players on the new Full Tilt who cash out while the $1 Million Added Money Sit $ Go promotion is on will not be able to Sit & Go anymore on the special promotion tables. If you cash out then you are out of the circle of trust.
FTP2 Happy Hour SnG’s
How will this promotion work? The pokerQ4 Consultancy team have personal experience of running a Sit and Go promotion like this but not on this scale! Full Tilt Poker will likely create a special prize pool structure for these Sit $ Go’s with the appropriate amount of added money for the extra payout place.
As the FTP2 SnG’s are special they can control their spawn rate. Keeping control of how many are played and when. Using this technique they will create Happy Hour Sit and Go’s as well as having lots of random appearances of these Added Money ones at various stakes and game types.
The idea executed in this amount and volume is brilliant and will create instant liquidity and get players locked back into the Full Tilt love.
- Massive Added Money Tournaments and Analysis
- Tournament Schedule Improvements and Analysis
- Cash Game Changes and Analysis
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