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  • Full Tilt Introduces Changes with Recent Software Upgrade

    Monday, July 13th, 2009 by t2admin

Full Tilt Poker recently upgraded the software used at the second largest poker room available online. With those upgrades came the addition of a Hand Replayer and Mixed Limit games to the website. This is the first time both options have been made available at Full Tilt Poker.

Players will find the Hand Replayer option at the top left corner of the Full Tilt poker table. Last Hand is what the link is called for the Hand Replayer and it is listed below the icon to get more chips. When the Hand Replayer icon is clicked it will open a new window where players can view the last pot completed at the poker table.

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Players have the option of fast forward, rewind and pause when using the Hand Replayer. This gives players a chance to take their time when reviewing the footage. Players c an also skip to the end or the beginning of the hand begin viewed.

Players will also find an option to view the text hand histories of past pots. Players can click on any hand number to open a new window where the transcript of the hand can be viewed. On the lower left corner of the Hand Replayer, players will find a link to view observer chat from hands played. Another cool feature is that hands won by the user will be colored green while hands that the user did not see all of will be colored red. Hands that were observed only will be colored blue.

With the upgrades, Full Tilt also added the Mixed Limit games. Players will now find a special Seven Game Mix which consists of Pot Limit Omaha, No limit Hold’em, Limit Stud High, Limit Omaha Hi/Lo, Limit Razz, Limit Stud hi/lo and Limit Hold’em.

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