need ftp to get bonus but.....what about sng

    • Skibula
      Skibula
      Bronze
      Joined: 09.07.2008 Posts: 86
      How is the bonus cleared?


      For each bonus Dollar you need 16.7 Full Tilt Points.



      Examples:


      To clear a $50 bonus, you need 835 Full Tilt Points.


      To clear a $100 bonus, you need 1,670 Full Tilt Points.


      To clear a $200 bonus, you need 3,340 Full Tilt Points.


      To clear a $600 bonus, you need 10,020 Full Tilt Points.



      How do you receive a Full Tilt Point?


      For each Dollar rake the house collects from a pot, every player who had cards for this hand receives one point at a time. You can receive proportional points when the Casino collects less than a Dollar, and you can receive up to three points for each hand. For every Dollar paid in tournament fees, you receive 7 Full Tilt Points



      so for every bonus dollar i need 16.7 Full Tilt Points (that i get for every 1 dollar net rake...)
      i play alot preflop game and not get much net rake.. and i dont want to miss the bonus...
      on the faq there was a quote
      " For every Dollar paid in tournament fees, you receive 7 Full Tilt Points"
      so if i play sng with fee of 20 cent 5 times i get 1 dollar fee that will give me 7 points
      those points are good for clear the bonus or just the points i get from the rake....
  • 1 reply
    • Chiller3k
      Chiller3k
      Bronze
      Joined: 16.06.2007 Posts: 4,326
      Hi Skibula,
      SNG/Tournament fees also count for the bonus.
      that means you would have to pay about 120$ fee (that would be 600 SNGs/Tournaments with a fee of 20cent each) to release the 50$ bonus.
      If you play cash game you will get points for every(!) raked hand. You don't have to be involved in the action. As long as you got cards at the beginning of the hand you will get points for it (assumed that it is a raked hand).
      I can't really help you with your problem :\
      In order to get the 50$ you will have to gain these 835 FTP there is no way around.


      Best regards,
      Chiller3k