Full Tilt Poker players will be treated to some new features following a recent software upgrade.
New features include the ability to set a predetermined amount (number of big blinds, as in 10 times the big blind, or 20 times the big blind, etc.) for future buy-in’s. Once you’ve set up your preference through the Full Tilt Poker lobby (under preferences) the software will default to that preference for all future buy ins.
Full Tilt Poker Heads up Sit n Go Rematches. Following every heads up sit n go match each player will be asked if they’d like to rematch.
Automatic Rebuys in Full Tilt Poker ring games (cash games). Pokerstars “Fast” table players will be familiar with this option, when you a player bites the felt (or loses all their chips) in a regular ring poker game, they are automatically rebought back in. The money to cover the rebuy is taken from the players account.
Holding your mouse over a players avatar will now reveal the country that player is playing from in addition to the player notes stored for each player. This is not a preference or an option, can’t be turned off.
A new online poker security option has also been added, if your balance looks a little funky, or if you just like to keep track of your account, Full Tilt now also offers players a history of their logins, Login history can be found in the new Full Tilt Poker software under requests. The last 20 times a player has logged into their account will be shown in addition to the last 20 IP addresses and countries the account was logged into from.
Additionally, hand histories for Sit n Go type tournaments are now shown from the beginning of the tournament, right up to the moment the table is broken down.
It’s also rumored that Full Tilt intends to add deal making abilities to the software in the coming future.
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