Players can now access Jackpot Sit & Go Tournaments on the go via the Full Tilt Poker app available on both Android and Apple devices.
Released on the desktop software just a few weeks ago, Full Tilt Poker’s newest format has already lived up to its promise of dishing out extraordinary prize pools for ordinary buy-ins, with 17 maximum jackpots in just 20 days.
Four of these maximum jackpots occurred in $10 buy-in Jackpot Sit & Go Tournaments. Russian player “VSA24” was the first to turn a $10 buy-in into $15,000; “Uncanny666” and “Maxidici” were next, both taking down the top prize in the same day, and the most recent $15,000 winner was German player “TMM HH”.
“This format is perfect for mobile, so we’re really excited to see the big scores players take down on the go,” says Sarne Lightman, Full Tilt Poker’s Director of Marketing.
Jackpot Sit & Go Tournament buy-ins range from $1 to $10 and the randomly determined prize pool is set at two times (2x) to 2,000 times (2,000x) the buy-in.
The Full Tilt Poker app is ideal for poker on the move – as well as Jackpot Sit & Go Tournaments, mobile players can choose from Six-Max and Heads-up Sit & Go Tournaments, Ring Games, and of course, Rush Poker and Adrenaline Rush Poker.
To find out more, visit: www.fulltilt.com/poker/tournaments/Jackpot
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About Full Tilt Poker
Full Tilt is a leading gaming brand known for delivering some of the most innovative online poker games in the world.
Home to the revolutionary poker formats Rush Poker and Adrenaline Rush Poker, Full Tilt Poker also offers its players fast-paced, quick-fold gameplay on both desktop and mobile.
There are two Full Tilt Poker licensed sites – FullTilt.com, which operates in various countries around the world under license from the Isle of Man; and FullTilt.eu, which operates in nine European markets noted under license from Malta. In 2014, Full Tilt began expanding its game portfolio by offering a range of single- and multi-player variations of Blackjack and Roulette.
Full Tilt Poker was re-launched in November 2012 under new ownership of The Rational Group, which also operates PokerStars, the world’s largest online poker site. Rational Group entities in the UK, Isle of Man, Ireland and Costa Rica have all been recognised as some of the best workplaces in each respective country by each being awarded a top 25 position by the Great Place to Work Institute in recent years.