Rush Poker FAQ
What is Rush Poker?
Rush Poker is an exclusive new style of poker found only at Full Tilt Poker. Rush Poker selects players from a much larger pool, setting a new table of players every hand. A player moves between hands instantly after he folds, without having to wait for the outcome of the hand.
How do you move tables?
There are two ways to move. First, upon seeing your cards, if you don’t wish to play them, fold your hand to be moved into a new hand with new players. Second, at any point in the hand, click on the Quick Fold button to be taken out of that round of play to a new game.
How does “Quick Fold” work?
The Quick Fold feature lets you move into a new hand, even if the action hasn’t yet reached you. Players at the table will only know you have left the game when your turn comes to act. Once you click the Quick Fold button, you will not be able to return to that previous hand.
Quick Fold can be used at any time in a hand with the following exceptions: If you have chips committed to the pot but are not facing a bet, including as the big blind, or if you are all-in, you cannot use the Quick Fold at that time.
How are seating position and blinds determined in Rush Poker?
Seating positions are randomly assigned for each new hand, including the small blind position. When you join a Rush Poker game, you post the big blind. The next assigned big blind is the player who has gone longest without posting it.
What is my time to act in a Rush Poker game?
You have the same time to act in Rush Poker as in standard ring games. However, if during pre-flop play no players have raised before you, on your turn you have a shorter decision time. You may not activate your time bank in this case. With a raise in front of you, you may activate your time bank and you have the standard decision-making time. At the start of each new hand, your time bank resets fully.
How do you play multiple Rush Poker tables?
From the Rush Poker lobby, click the “Join Now” button for each entry you would like. Each join is a distinct entry to a separate game with its own buy-in and game window. A player can have up to eight entries at once.
What is rakeback?
Rakeback is a percentage of the house rake that is returned to players based on the amount of hands they’ve played in a certain timeframe. Full Tilt automatically deposits rakeback on Fridays for the previous Tuesday through Monday play.