Anyone know if it's possible to get RB at Full Tilt? I signed up a little while ago through PSO. However I like the site and was wondering if there's any way I can get RB since I already signed up through PSO?
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Thread: RB at Full Tilt?
October 10th, 2006 #1
RB at Full Tilt?
October 10th, 2006 #2
I received this email from RakeTheRake.com today. My rake is usually in my account by the 10th-15th of the month from them @ 27%.
This email tells you:
How to get rakeback on an existing Full Tilt account which does not
If you already have rakeback at Full Tilt through RTR then you should
ignore this message.
For all other players who have an existing account at FT but without
rakeback, you may be able to convert it through us to a rakeback account.
This has been approved by Full Tilt.
You will need to send the following email to
the details must match your details at Full Tilt exactly.
I would like to get rakeback on my existing account at Full Tilt
My first name is:
My last (family) name is:
My Screen name at Full Tilt is:
My email address with Full Tilt is:
Please note 2 things:
1) If you are already tracking to another affiliate you still cannot
get rakeback. Full Tilt will not transfer players between affiliates and
we support this 100%.
2) The process will take 3-4 days to take place and so you should be
patient. When we have confirmation, we will email you imediately.
Please feel free to tell your friends and post this in the forums. Do
October 10th, 2006 #3
So how do you go about getting untracked from PSO? I am over at FT now also thanks to Congress, and would like to try to get rakeback also.
Have to admit, FT is growing on me.Originally Posted by Beavis68
October 10th, 2006 #4
Yeah I was just gonna post about RTR, I'll be going through them myself.
October 10th, 2006 #5
- Join Date
- Dec 2004
- PFO Points
- Blog Entries
PM Alex, he's a Full Tilt affiliate
October 10th, 2006 #6
I was just getting my feet wet at 2/4 6 max there last night, there dosen't seem to be many sites left to play that has a decent amount of 2/4 tables running. Tribecca and Prima generaly seem to have 1 if you're lucky lately.
I do like playing there, however their bonus clears at an incerdibly slow rate IMO. So without RB it makes it one of those sites I'd love to play but without RB or a good bonus I always put it on the back burner. I get RB on UB plus their bonuses.....I'd just rather play at FT than UB.
Last edited by Pok 7's; October 10th, 2006 at 12:50 PM.
October 10th, 2006 #7
I'm not an "affiliate," by that definiton. I just type up of bi-weekly reports on my "Full Tilt Experience." for a flat amount that's deposited in my account on the 15th and 30th of every month. I really have no idea how all that stuff works. I'll send the link to this thread to Mr. Cruz. He knows about all this stuff.
FTP's completely different site than it was 3-4 months ago. Used to be less action than UB, but I think Party withdrawing from the states is gonna make UB much fishier, too. Still, FTP's aggressive advertising is +EV for good players in terms of bringing in fish- especially now.
October 10th, 2006 #8
wow after getting money in FTP today and playing there.... wow i am disapointed
October 10th, 2006 #9
- Total fish tank.
- Good enough traffic.
- Excellent game selection
- Great software with a lot of options.
Not much SNG traffic, but they're MTT's are great because they run more often than their traffic demands with nice guaranteed prize pools and great payout structures.
October 10th, 2006 #10
yeah man, i love FTP. i want to start having our PFO tourneys there.
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