Update: Full Flush Poker is no longer in business. Even if the site comes back online in the future, I’d have a had time recommending it to new players again due to the way they treated players in the final months of their operations.
One of the newer sites on my list of recommended places to play, Full Flush Poker came onto the scene in 2013. They are the flagship brand on EPN, or Equity Poker Network. Even though its a relatively new site, the traffic has been increasing and as of now is pretty decent at just about any time of day or night. Because it seems to attract a lot of newer players, most of the busy tables are the low stakes cash table games.
Full Flush Poker is quite basic in their choice of cash games – Texas Hold´em, Omaha and Omaha Hi/Lo are the standard fare. The sit’n’go and multi-table tournaments are No limit hold´em games. The reason for this simplicity is that the site owners wanted to create a more welcoming environment for new players, and they’ve succeeded. This is a good place to get your feet wet, so to speak.
It should also be noted that Full Flush is starting to earn a reputation as a poker site that has fast and fairly easy payouts, something that’s becoming a bit of a rarity in this industry.
New Player Bonus
For new players, the Full Flush bonus is a 150% match on first deposits up to $1,200. The minimum deposit is $25.00, and if you deposit $50.00 or more when you first open an Full account, you’ll get 20% cashback immediately credited into your account.
NEW150- For all first time depositors which gives players a 150% bonus up to $1,200.
DEPFROLL – Gives new players 1 Deposit Freeroll Ticket which can be used to enter the monthly $5000 Depositors Freeroll.
20BCK1ST – Gives new players an extra 20% instant cashback for deposits over $50.
20BACKBP – Gives players an extra 20% cashback over $125 with 550 Promo Bucks.
Poker Software and Graphics
Full Flush has a very nice looking site, with a well-functioning lobby and a slick table set-up. The best comparison as far as graphics are concerned would be to BetOnline, which is pretty much identical in terms of usability. Some of the cool choose-your-own-poker-adventure aspects of the software include being able to pick the background image, which is a nice touch. However, Full Flush has no player customizations like avatars. over Up to 4 tables can be played at once and freely resized or tiled automatically
It also has a pretty great hand history feature with a neat fully animated replay of each action. You can have up to 4 games playing at one time and you can move them around and size them however you like.
Another bonus is that if you’re a Mac user, Full Flush has an excellent Mac client that will satisfy even the most discerning Mac-aholic. Even though its hard to find a poker site that doesn’t have a Mac supported version these days, Full Flush had it right out of the gate and they do it well.
Tournaments and Promotions
Full Flush Poker doesn’t have the best rewards program on our list, but they do have plenty of tournaments to choose from which will keep new players engaged. Regular players do earn points that they can use to enter freeroll poker tournaments with cash prizes, or they can turn those points into cash once the first deposit bonus has been cleared. As with most other sites, Full Flush offers a promotion where you can “refer-a-friend” and you and your friend will each earn a $25.00 bonus.
Full Flush gets top marks from us in this department, primarily because they have actual phone support, as well as live chat and email access. I even called the number to see if I would get a recording, and was pleasantly surprised to find myself talking to a real live (and even friendly) human being.