Rush Poker - The world’s fastest on-line poker game

Got the need for speed? Do you always like been in the action? Then Full Tilt Poker has the solution for you, with its Rush Poker game. Rush Poker launched on the 19 January 2010 is designed to be an action packed fast poker experience, with the means for players to set their own pace.

Exclusive to Full Tilt Poker players, the new format gives the player the option of “Quick fold” if they are unhappy with their hand. Quick fold enables the player to move onto a completely new table with a new hand (chosen at random from a pool of players). Quick fold makes a player able to choose their own pace without waiting for the other players. Rush Poker is truly a fast paced game and is like playing several tables at once from the one table. Rough estimates calculate that a player could achieve around 250-275 hands per hour per seat. Also having the opportunity to have 8 seats going at once, there will be no lack of entertainment.

The Players Who Have Won the Most World Series of Poker Bracelets

World Series of Poker (WSOP) is the biggest and most prestigious live poker tournament series. It is organised every year and is held in the glitter strip of Las Vegas. As you may of you already know, if you win a tournament in the Series, you have the privilege to receive an elite bracelet. Maybe one of the biggest accomplishments of a poker player’s career is to win a bracelet. Some professional poker players believe that there are two types of poker players; those who have won a bracelet and those who have not.

As of 2010 the majority of the bracelets have been won by the one and only tilting king, Phil Hellmuth. Johnny Chan, who also appeared in the cultic Poker Faces movie, has secured himself and impressive 10 bracelets. Johnny Chan, also known as the grandpa of all poker players had 2 of his collection of 10 bracelets earned by winning Main Events.

WSOP Bracelet Winners

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