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fulltilt points vs strategy points

    • tinca86
      Joined: 08.03.2009 Posts: 11
      please can you make it clear this?

      on fulltilt website is write this: Ring Games: For each dollar raked from a pot, every player who was dealt cards for that hand will receive 1 Full Tilt Point. For example, if $2.00 in rake is taken from a pot, each player who was dealt cards will receive 2 points.

      on pokerstrategy is this:
      Full Tilt Poker $1 Rake = 2 StrategyPoints

      i have 450 ftps (without bonus points-happy hour) and only 145 strategy points.

      why havent i 900 strategy points? its the big diffrence. thanks
  • 2 replies
    • TheBu11d0g
      Joined: 25.07.2008 Posts: 2,019
      Hello Tinca,

      FT points are based on table rake whereas PokerStrategy points are based are players individual rake if i am right.

      E.g. if a table raked $2.00 then you have to divide that amount between the players at the table to get your individual raked amount. So if there are 9 players on the table and the previous pot created $2 rake then the individual rake per person will be $0.22c ($2/9) and this is what your PS points are worked out on.

      I hope this makes sense to you.

      Kind Regards,
    • SoyCD
      Joined: 20.02.2008 Posts: 6,356
      Hello tinca86,

      The TheBu11d0g answered the question perfectly, so there isn't much to add except that he is right. The StrategyPoints are based on your individual rake - while Full Tilt points are based on table rake.

      Best regards