Full Tilt Poker's New Flipout Tournaments Launch Today; Flipout Festival Starts Friday

  • Donnie PetersDonnie Peters
Full Tilt Poker's New Flipout Tournaments Launch Today; Flipout Festival Starts Friday 0001

Today is the launch of the new Flipout Tournaments on Full Tilt Poker. Yesterday we announced the news about this new game format; in case you missed it, they are tournaments that allow players to flip straight away to get the action started and send everyone that wins the flip right into the money.

During the first round of a Flipout Tournament, all players automatically go all in to determine a winner. From there, the remaining players — the survivors — are reseated in regular multi-table tournament format and the event continues with a standard betting structure. The catch is that all of the players that win the flip in the first round are now in the money.

"Full Tilt Poker is dedicated to the continual evolution of online poker to keep it fun, fresh and exciting; not just for our existing players, but also to help attract the generations coming up,” said Sarne Lightman, Full Tilt Poker’s Head of Marketing. “Flipouts are a game changer — literally unlike any other online poker tournament. Perfect for the time-poor player who wants to jump straight to the post-bubble action with a stack and blind levels that give them plenty of play."

To learn more about these Flipout Tournaments, check out the following video:

To celebrate the launch of Flipouts, Full Tilt Poker will be hosting a four-day Flipout Festival that boasts $25,000 in added cash and prizes. The festival will begin on Friday, March 21st and consist of 108 tournaments across 12 events. Each of the 12 events features a range of buy-in levels beginning as little as a freeroll. You can learn more about the festival itself by clicking here.

For complete information on Full Tilt Poker's newest innovation, head over to the Flipouts page on the site's webpage.

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