Updated In October, 2014 - 10 Game poker is one of several new games at Full Tilt Poker. 10-Game is a mixed poker variant that is sure to become the most popular online in short order. 10-Game includes 9 unique poker games. Texas Hold'em has a fixed limit and no limit rotation which brings the total number of games up to 10. This is the most difficult mixed game on the market. For the last year or two Pokerstars has been home to the most challenging and popular mixed game, 8 Game Poker. Full Tilt Poker recently updated their software to include Badugi poker, 2-7 Triple Draw, 2-7 Single Draw, and A-5 Triple Draw so they are now able to top their own 7-Game poker and 8-Game Poker at Poker Stars. 10 Game just came out and the tables are already filling up. Check out our guides below to learn how to play 10 Game Poker. I have also included some basic strategies that will help you play better:
Becoming the second largest online poker room wasn't easy for Full Tilt Poker. They have earned their position as one of the most popular online poker rooms through innovation. 10 Game Poker is a perfect example of how Full Tilt has become such a power house. They also have Rush Poker, which is a new way to play existing games that allows you to play up to 350 hands/hour. With Rush Poker Full Tilt has cut out every tedious and boring aspect of poker. A vast majority of internet poker rooms only offer the three basic games: Texas Hold'em, Omaha and Stud. Full Tilt Poker on the other hand has always came out with new innovative games, promotions, tournaments and bonuses to keep us poker players from getting bored. Another good example is the recent upgrade to their VIP program, The Black Card. Players from the United States are welcome at Full Tilt's tables and will not have any trouble funding their accounts. I personally always use the e-check deposit option because it never fails. Their cash-outs are also the fastest on the market which is very rare these days.
I would like to offer you a special bonus offer if you do not have an account at Full Tilt Poker and want to try out 10 Game Poker, or any of the 4 new card games they are offering. Follow the instructions below and you will receive the follow bonuses and incentives. This is an exclusive offer that you won't find elsewhere.
This offer is only available to those players who follow the directions below. As long as you put in the our referral code you will be guaranteed the bonuses mentioned above. This bonus offer is good for the rest of 2010 and throughout 2011 so don't worry about it being expired. I will go into more detail on the bonus and the $100k freeroll below but first here are the directions for signing up at Full Tilt Poker and claiming our exclusive bonus package:
The deposit bonus is one of the easiest to clear that I have ever come across. They release it in small increments of 10% with $20 being the maximum. You can check the status of your bonus from within the Cashier section of the software (see right). Each Full Tilt Point you earn at the tables is worth 7 cents. They have "Happy Hour" times throughout the day that enable you to earn 2X the number of points and if you become a Black Card member (easy to do) you will ALWAYS earn double.
The $100,000 New Depositor Freerolls are held at 15:30 ET on the first Sunday of every month. This freeroll is setup exclusively for new depositing players like you so there will not be tens of thousands of players competing in it. You will automatically be able to register for this freeroll as soon as you make your first deposit.
10 Game Poker is unrivaled in it's complexity. This may not sound like a good reason for it to be the most profitable poker game available, but it is and this is why. When you play a simple mixed poker game like H.O.R.S.E poker you are only playing in the fixed limit format. You are also only playing the basic three types of games that everyone has experience with. With 10 Game Poker you will be playing 9 different card games that are mixed of all three betting formats (NL,PL & FL). Most players like to stick to just fixed limit, or just no limit so there will be a big learning curve. This will not stop them from learning as they go though. This "learn as I go" attitude many players have when it comes to mixed games is where skilled players are going to make a killing. Most of the players will only glance at a rules article for a game they don't understand and this is where you are going to gain the edge. I am going to link to rules and strategy articles in my 10 Game Poker strategy article so you will have access to the best information out there.