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How to Play Rush Poker

Rush Poker on Full Tilt Poker
by Daniel Johnson of

Rush Poker is the new feature on Full Tilt Poker that is truly a rush. It's a game where players are constantly in the action because as soon as a hand is folded, players rotate to new tables and a new hand begins instantly. You can even click the instant fold button to move to a new table right away. You don't even have to wait for other players to act. It is just another innovative idea from Full Tilt Poker, a site that always seems to looking to revolutionize the game.

To join a Rush Poker game is much like any other game. After logging in, just click on the Rush Poker tab and join a table, or rather a pool of players that will be randomly rotated to different tables within that Rush Poker game.

The best part about Rush Poker is that players will never get bored or be frustrated with being card dead because there will always be another hand right away. The downside is that players won't really be able to get a read on their opponents since they will be facing new ones every hand.

It is certainly a different game from your typical game, but if you want some fast action and excitement, then Rush Poker is for you.

For traditionalists and more serious poker players, RushPoker might not be the most profitable or challenging poker game. A big part of becoming a good poker player is being able to pick up tells and betting patterns on your opponents, learning how they play and using that information to later beat them.

In Rush Poker, it's more about the hand values and the hands you choose to play. The game isn't really designed to develop your analytical skills, but is mainly supposed to be an exhilarating poker experience, the first of its kind.

Rush Poker is for players who want to get in and get out. If you want to play a quick cash game session, this game is a perfect fit. If you don't like your hand you can throw it away for a new one. It should help players who get bored easily and for some players, Rush Poker can actually make them play better.

When some players are card dead, they get frustrated. They lose patience and start playing bad starting hands, but Rush Poker will help them stay in the game, continuing to give them more and more hands until they get something they like.

Rush Poker may not be for everyone, but it is an interesting and certainly innovative twist on the old way to play poker.

Rush Poker has also started to add Omaha and fixed limit Hold'Em games. I expect that with more demand, we may even see Seven Card Stud Rush poker games and others in the future.

Check out our review of Full Tilt Poker and get in on the action today!

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