DUBLIN, April 16, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Full Tilt Poker is pleased to announce the launch of Steps Tournaments, offering players the chance to win entry to larger buy-in tournaments - and claim shares of bigger prize pools - by working their way up the steps of a progressive series of tournaments.
Starting with buy-ins as low as $3.30, Steps Tournaments play like regular tournaments, except that players compete for Tournament Tickets to the next Step in the tournament series. Even if players don't advance to the next step, Steps Tournaments also award seats at the same level or a lower level. Players can also buy in directly at any step they choose or purchase Tournament Tickets.
Tournament Tickets are another option for players to buy in to their favorite tournaments, featuring a wide range of denominations and tournament options. Each Tournament Ticket is worth a specific buy-in amount and can be used to buy in to any tournament for the face value of that Tournament Ticket.
Players can win Tournament Tickets through Steps Tournaments, a variety of Satellite Tournaments and promotions, including Full Tilt Poker's Steps to the Main Event tournaments, offering players the chance to win a $12K WSOP* Main Event prize package for as little as $3.30.
To learn more about Steps to the Main Event go to http://www.fulltiltpoker.com/steps-to-the-main-event .
For information about Steps Tournaments, Tournament Tickets and other New Releases go to http://www.fulltiltpoker.com/newClientFeatures.php
About Full Tilt Poker
Full Tilt Poker(TM) is the host of a worldwide virtual poker cardroom service. It is not in the business of betting or wagering and does not participate in the games as a player. It merely provides a service to those who wish to test their skills against others for fun, prizes or money. It is duly regulated and licensed by the Alderney Gambling Control Commission. With innovative graphics, superior customer service and a safe, secure interface, the software is geared to enhance and personalize the online poker experience. Although virtual poker is legal where the games are hosted and played, it may not be legal where individual players are located. Players at all skill levels may download the software at www.fulltiltpoker.com but it is their responsibility to determine if participating in the games is permitted under the laws of the jurisdiction where they are located.
SOURCE: Full Tilt Poker
CONTACT: For more information contact: Michele Clayborne, (on behalf ofTeam Full Tilt), Tel: +353-1-650-1769.