Full Flush Poker Accepts USA Players

Since November 2013, Full Flush Poker has been operating as a part of the Equity Poker Network. Despite the relatively short amount of time they've been in business, they've become one of the most popular and well known rooms that accepts USA players, and are widely known as a great place to play Hold'Em poker.

Players are given the option to participate in as many as 4 tables at the same time. Their options include Hold'em, Omaha, and Omaha Hi/lo. 7 Card Stud and 7 Card Stud 8 or Better are, unfortunately, not offered here. One of the most appealing ways to enjoy the experience at Full Flush Poker is to participate in one of their many tournaments. These tournament and event options a number of daily free rolls, as well as several $2,000/$5,000 guaranteed tournaments, the best of which are offered on weekends, which feature fantastic cash prizes, and are structured very well to include a lot of play and very little waiting around.

The layout and software is fairly basic, particularly when compared to other options, but the functionality is sound. The software can also be accessed on Mac machines (though Mac OS 10.4 or higher is required), and offers an identical experience to PC machines. Deposits are quick and easy, and can be made through credit cards, Skrill, Western Union, NETeller, and a few other options, and withdrawals made through similar channels. The security of the software is an industry standard 128 bit encryption software. Customer support is also fairly "industry standard," as they will review any issues experienced within 24 hours, and can always be reached via e-mail, live chat, or a telephone number. There is also a Frequently Asked Questions page to be checked out first.

Those who enjoy Hold'Em will certainly want to give this company a try, especially since they can attain a 150% deposit bonus up to $600 on their first deposit. All in all, it is definitely worth it to go and see why Full Flush Poker is so widely considered to be one of the best rooms to play the game in, especially for American players.

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