Rush Poker Game Types
Full Tilt offers a distinct spectrum of Rush Poker Hold’em games including Texas Hold’em, Omaha Hi, Omaha Hi-Lo variations. Players also get to choose their limits and stakes amounts for playing Rush Poker, making it highly customizable to the games players most want to access. There are up to nine variations of games at each of six stakes levels possible, though the most popular and most populated are the same as those in live and standard ring games.
When a player selects their game choice, the games list on their player account will fill in with the open, current games of that type, limit and stakes level. Players additionally can search a game by the number of players, the hands per hour or the average pot size of the game. For players who prefer 6-player hands, games at a 6-max player table are marked with a “6” icon listed next to the game type as well as in the players column.
Rush Poker Texas Hold’em
The Hold’em Rush Poker tables allow players to select Fixed Limit, Pot Limit and No Limit games at up to six different stakes levels. The stakes range is micro, low, medium, high, highest and custom. Most commonly, players are choosing No Limit Hold’em games at their comfortable or challenging stakes level. This allows the action to move quickly and players maximize their chances of taking a bigger pot.
For Hold’em players who are looking for a breath of fresh air in their game, Rush Poker adds the speed of multi-table action to this already popular variation.
Rush Poker Omaha Hi
Omaha Hi games can also be played at No Limit, Fixed Limit and Pot Limit. The most common mirror the standard games of Limit and Pot Limit. Players use the standard rules of Omaha, making five card combinations with three community cards and two hole cards. Players who enjoy Omaha but find it a little slow now have a way to spice up this standard ring game variation by moving quickly into the next hand.
Rush Poker Omaha Hi-Lo
Omaha Hi-Lo, the favorite split game, is available in the same three forms at all stakes levels. Again, the most commonly chosen variation is Limit Omaha Hi-Lo, followed by Pot Limit Omaha Hi-Lo. As more players sign-on to Rush Poker, the game selection is likely to increase.