Full Tilt Poker Report – Finding the Tables where the Pros Play -If you are looking for some big money action to watch, Full Tilt is the place because many of the resident pros connect at tables nightly where pots reach into the hundreds of thousands. Yes, you read that right.A lot of pros play on the internet to kill time between big tournaments, live action games, traveling. Many have monikers that you won’t be able to associate with the player, but on Full Tilt, not only do they go by their own name they have a caricature to along with it.
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The result of which are some of the biggest audiences (rail) for internet poker tables. The chat box just goes crazy when Gus Hansen or Phil Ivey sit at a table and you can also get a word in with some other pros who don’t mind chatting while playing. Chris Ferguson, Andy Bloch and Jennifer Harmon Dewapoker come to mind in that regard.So where do they play? Gus Hansen likes to play NL and Limit Holdem as well as PL Omaha HL and PL/L Omaha. The betting ranges from 200/400 to 1000/2000! His tables are usually 6 seated, and here you will find those monster pots I was mentioning. These same tables you can find on occasion Phil Ivey, John Agostino and much more regularly, David Benyamine.
Andy Bloch mostly sticks to the tournament action at Full Tilt, often participating and/or hosting FTOPS events, Sunday tournaments and qualifiers. He will generously chat with you as well even if you are on the rail. This goes the same for Chris Ferguson who in addition will play some low entry fee tournaments and some micro limit holdem tables.We can’t forget about Mike Matusow, who until recently was online almost every day. During a recent interview on Poker After Dark he sadly admitted that he has lost 2.5 million playing online poker. So hopefully when he cures that situation he may return to some of these tables as well, because if anything else, he IS an entertaining player.