Rush MTTs at Fulltilt
Rush Poker Tournaments
It's Rush Poker applied to tournaments! Mostly the same as Rush ring games, with a few concessions to tournament play. The main changes:
- Instead of just tracking number of hands since paying the big blind, the small blind is also tracked.
- The actual amount of time since you last posted a blind matters nearly as much as how many hands you've gone since posting. This is to discourage stalling (there is no hand-for-hand, so we've made stalling detrimental/harder in other ways), however it's not so bad that you're unduly punished just for being very active in hands.
- When the tournament gets down to under 30 players, the tables start getting shorter (down to 4 handed tables when 10 players are left in a 9 handed tournament). This keeps the "rush" of Rush poker going.
- The tournament reverts to a normal tournament for the final table. This is also the only time you can observe a Rush Tournament.
Found under Sit & Go->Steps, start with $3.30 and work your way through 7 steps to get your WSOP
Main Event package. Eventually there will be other Step 7 tournament with different end prizes.
We've incorporated the old $26 and $75 token system into the new step system (as Steps 3 and 4), and all Step tickets from Step 3 on can be used in any tournament matching that buyin ($26, $75, $216, $640, and $2100), so there are lots of "exit points" to be had if the final Step doesn't interest you.
There are many different flavors of each Step (including regular, turbo, super turbo, 4-man HU, 6-max, 18-man, 36-man double shootouts, and a few daily MTTs) so everyone should be able to find a Step that suits them.