In short, it's the high volume grinders (multi-tables who play all day) who make a lot of FPP's, not the big names.
Keep in mind that while Durrr and Patrik play the high limit games, rake peaks at $3 per hand
. So, a $60 pot will have a $3 rake, and a $10,000 pot will have a $3 rake. So you're getting the same 3 FTP's for a $60 hand as you will for a $10,000 hand.
Start earning Full Tilt Points by playing in any qualifying raked real-money hand in a ring game or a real-money Multi-Table Tournament or Sit & Go with a tournament fee:
- 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. Fractional points are also awarded; if $2.25 in rake is taken, players will receive 2.25 points. A maximum of 3 points can be earned per hand.
- Tournaments: For every dollar paid in Multi-Table Tournament or Sit & Go fees, you'll receive 7 Full Tilt Points. There is no limit to the number of points you can earn per tournament. For example, if you play in a tournament with a $10 buy-in and a $1 tournament fee, you'll receive 7 points; if you play in a tournament with a $200 buy-in and a $16 tournament fee, you'll receive 112 points.