Full Flush Poker Review

Full Flush PokerFull Flush Poker is a relatively new US-facing poker site that resides on the Equity Poker Network. Operating in every U.S. state excluding the regulated markets. Let’s breakdown the features of this poker room:

Download

One of the big reasons for Full Flush’s early success is they offer a native Mac poker client in addition to their normal Windows installer. Macintosh users will need to have Mac OS X 10.4 or higher. Once the download the installer, you will be playing both free to play and real money online poker games within minutes.

Software

Full Flush Poker’s software client is solid and has a very polished and clean look to it. The poker room lobby’s color scheme is not dissimilar to its official website. The green/grey/black tones are easy on the eyes and the lobby is very easy-to-use even for new players.

In the main lobby window, players have access to custom filters to narrow down the selection of games. So if you were only wanting to play micro stakes No Limit Hold’em cash tables, no problem, specify this in the filters and the lobby will only display games you are interested in joining. You can even exclude the full tables. The lobby also displays detailed table statistics including the flop % of each table, and it’s not uncommon to see tables with more than 50% of players seeing the flop.

You can expect to find all the essential features that enhance the online poker playing experience especially for serious players such as the ability to take player notes which will come in handy when you happen to face the same opponent in a future session. There is also a buddy list, making it easier for you to locate and play against weaker opponents by adding fish to your personal buddy list.

Multi tabling is also an option, which is handy for online grinders who like to play multiple tables at the same time, whether it’s ring games or tournaments. You can change the table windows to full size or tile them to fit more of them on your screen.

Bonuses and Promotions

FullFlushPoker.com offers a great welcome bonus to new players who make their first deposits. All new depositors get to enjoy a 150% first deposit bonus up to $600, and you’ll also be enrolled in a monthly $1,000 First Depositors Freeroll.

Additionally, first time deposits of more than $50 will earn you an instant $20 cash back bonus. Being an instant bonus the money gets released straight into your player account so that you can play with it without there being any wagering requirements. That’s a big plus when thinking about what online poker site to join, especially if you won’t be depositing a huge amount.

The minimum deposit needed to earn the welcome bonus is $25. Players must earn 20 POP’s per $1 deposited. For example, if a player was to deposit $400 they would need to earn 8,000 POP’s before the first time deposit bonus will be released into the player’s account. New players have 45 days to clear the bonus. The bonus dollars are credited instantly into a player’s account once the POP threshold has been met.

Competition

As a general rule of thumb, the average skill level of players on Full Flush Poker is pretty weak when compared to other US-facing poker rooms. This is mainly due to the fact that it’s a newer site, which tend to attract lots more recreational players, as they don’t have enough action to satisfy the more serious players. Added to that, skins on the Equity Poker Network actually get penalized for attracting too many winning players, so the percentage of pros and recreational players should be fairly well balanced.

Poker Games

At the cash tables of Full Flush Poker you can expect to find all the usual poker variants including Texas Hold’em (No Limit and Fixed Limit versions) and Omaha (High and High/Lo versions). It is only a limited number of poker games but it definitely caters to the majority of online poker players. They also have shallow tables where the buy-in is 10 BB. You might also want to check out the Blackjack tables by clicking on the “Casino” tab at the top right of the poker lobby.

The Sit & Go and multi table tournament schedule is packed with plenty of great value tournaments that are worthwhile playing in. Unfortunately there is no way to set up your own private games so that you can play against your friends or colleagues, but with all of the exciting multi table tournaments available in their busy schedule, many of which have guaranteed prize pools, you will not doubt have a great time and hopefully win some money.