Full Flush Poker Offering Value for US Players

Posted on January 16th, 2014 by Todd Wilkins

Full Flush PokerOnline poker players in the U.S. who are looking for value are finding their way over to Full Flush Poker on the Equity Poker Network (EPN).

One of the newest kids on the block, Full Flush Poker launched a little over two months ago on Nov. 8, 2013. Their arrival on the online poker scene was not heralded quite as loudly as it should have been considering that the majority of press coverage was aimed at Delaware’s online gambling launch and the upcoming rollout of offerings available in New Jersey.

But make no mistake, the U.S. players who were paying attention have been taking advantage of considerable value opportunities available at Full Flush for the past two months. Some of that value has come in the form of repeated overlays at two weekend tournaments that feature nice prize pools for budget-minded players.

The Big Deepstack Saturday $2K Guaranteed has only a $10 + $1 buy-in with rebuys for players who bust within the first hour and an add-on at the first break. Also a favorite among tournament players is the Sunday Blowout $5K Guaranteed that has a $20 + $2 entry fee and the same rebuy and add-on opportunities.

Additional value is available for new sign-ups at Full Flush via a 150% Welcome Bonus up to $450 that goes a long way in padding your bankroll. But the fun doesn’t stop there, as that first deposit also allows for a free entry into a $500 First Depositors Freeroll.

If your initial deposit is greater than $50, Full Flush will credit your account with an immediate 20% cashback if you use our Full Flush Poker bonus code when you create your account. And for those who deposit more than $125, a free entry to the aforementioned Sunday $5K Guaranteed Blowout is yours for the taking. Not a bad deal for players who make a habit of shopping for value among the limited number of poker rooms available in the U.S. marketplace today.

If you’re wondering whether a new site such as Full Flush has enough player traffic, keep in mind that EPN consists of a number of skins that share the same player pool. Along with Full Flush, the competition on the felt at EPN includes players from GearPoker, Heritage Sports, PokerHiro, IntegerPoker and 5Dimes Sportsbook.

EPN currently sits in 48th place on the worldwide market. While that ranking may sound like its rather low on the totem pole, it’s actually quite impressive when considering that EPN has only been operating for two months. And the player numbers have been climbing on a weekly basis.

Once word gets out that significant overlays are available at those weekend guaranteed tourneys, the overlays will soon disappear. So this is a prime time to get in while the gettin’ is good and make that first deposit at Full Flush Poker.

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