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Use points in Full tilt Poker

  • 6 replies
    • ysessa
      Joined: 11.07.2008 Posts: 1,331
      Hello ArteW777,

      do you mean if you can spend your full tilt points in the shop? when that is your question, then yes you can. feel free to spend them.

      best regards

    • ArteW777
      Joined: 14.07.2008 Posts: 4
      yes in the shop and in tourneys?
    • clockshovel
      Joined: 27.06.2008 Posts: 22
      Yeah you can use them to enter tourneys as well.

      There's an upcoming tourney for 10,000 FTP in which the winner gets a seat on Poker After Dark to play for 120k.

      Lots of people in the tournament though, and only 1 winner. I'd play it if I had a surplus of points.
    • ArteW777
      Joined: 14.07.2008 Posts: 4
      ok thanks guys :) lets play poker
    • EulogioJ
      Joined: 12.08.2007 Posts: 1,293
      However, when you spend the points in the shop, you get your rakeback deducted :evil:

      This is the email I received from FTP:

      Yes, an amount is deducted from your rakeback
      for each store purchase you make. You can determine the amount deducted
      from your MGR by subtracting $1 for every 200 points multiplied by your
      rakeback percentage

      Can anybody explain it to me? I am not completely sure if I understood it correctly. If, for example, I use 2000 points, does it mean I get 10$*0.27%=2.7$ less in my next weekly rakeback? Is this correct?

      If I spend a lot of points and my rakeback is less than the amount they should deduct from it, what does it happen?

      I hope anybody can explain this clearly

      Thank you
    • VicoII
      Joined: 06.08.2008 Posts: 60
      the full tilt points is yours and you can use the as you like.
      the rake back may be calculated by your *pokerstrategy* points.

      1 dollar rake= 2 *strategy points* not full tilt points.

      good luck on tables