SAN JOSE, Costa Rica -- (PRESS RELEASE) -- With the soft launch of the new online poker room Full Flush Poker (FFP), the first virtual cards have hit the felt and full play-for-fun options are now up and running.
A $500 Sunday freeroll will fuel the festive spirit, welcoming players and offering them the opportunity to build their bankrolls for free, ahead of the debut of real-money ring games coming soon to the Equity Poker Network's flagship online poker room.
When Full Flush Poker shuffled up and dealt its first hand of Texas Hold'em, the fledgling poker room turned a fresh new focus to the first time and recreational player, and its free-to-play tables along with the Sunday freeroll, will set the tone with plenty of fun and free cash.
Whether you're a rookie or a frequent player looking for a user-friendly and entertaining game, this first phase will allow you the chance to get acclimated to the Full Flush Poker interface and brush up on your skills.
Taking your first steps into the virtual world of poker can be intimidating, and if you've never played Hold'em before, you might not want to risk your own money. At FFP's play-for-fun tables, all that's at stake is play money, and you can always refresh your chipstack when you run out.
"We are proud to offer all US players an alternative to their limited online options, and excited to deal out a new generation of poker to recreational players in all parts of the globe," said FFP founder and CEO Clive Archer. "Our emphasis at Full Flush Poker is on reigniting the enjoyment factor in playing a game that we think has become far too much about the professional grinder and mathematical edge at competitor card rooms."
Archer's innovative business model promotes the recruitment of recreational players across the Equity Poker Network, of which he is also a founder.
"Shark bait may be king elsewhere, but at Full Flush Poker, we won't be courting the sharp players; we believe our marketing and promotions will speak more to the player who finishes a hard day at the office, and wants to unwind by indulging in a game or two of Hold'em or Omaha, or logs on to test their tournament skills against like-minded leisure-seekers in their spare time," Archer said.
FFP, the culmination of more than two years of planning and development, delivers a safe, responsive and flexible online poker experience. The new poker platform is backed by industry tried and trusted software, with an unwavering commitment to security and fair play, and a guarantee that player funds are always available.
Players must create an account at the site before they can get in on the Sunday freeroll action, and start reaping the rewards, all without spending a cent. Those with a favorite screen name are urged to sign up early to reserve their moniker before another player grabs it.
So go ahead –- get comfortable with the basics of the game with no strings attached, plus build your bankroll for nix every Sunday at 3 p.m. EST in the $500 freeroll. You'll be cashed up and ready for the launch of ring games, to be introduced at FFP in the coming weeks.
Free games are available to anyone in the world, and players will find a free-to-play table to join at all times of the day or night. Further details of the FFP ring games and tournaments will be released closer to the hard launch date.
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