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Full Flush Poker is the flagship on the Equity Poker Network.  It uses the same software as BetOnline and the Chico Poker Network, but the player pools are separate.

The Equity Poker Network highly discourages serious players from joining it.  Skins are punished for referring too many winning players.  In response to this, winning players are often banned from the site.  This improves game quality, but hurts the network’s ability to retain high volume players.

Personal Opinion of Full Flush Poker

What I like about Full Flush Poker – The game quality at Full Flush Poker is excellent.  Many multi-table tournaments offer overlay.

What I don’t like about Full Flush Poker – Cashout speeds are terrible.  Winning players run the risk of getting banned.  The software is average at best.  There are no games other than Texas Hold’em, Omaha and Omaha High/Low.  Traffic is low and there is little in the way of high limit action.

What Players Are Saying About Full Flush Poker

Most discussion about Full Flush Poker is negative.  The common complaints are slow cashout speeds to players across the globe and the banning of players that demonstrate that they may be winners.

Depositing and Withdrawing at Full Flush Poker

Players in the U.S. can deposit by Visa and cash transfer.  Players outside the U.S. also have Mastercard, Neteller, Skrill and Pay Safe Card.

Players in the U.S. have three withdrawal options.  The fastest is cash transfer.  These arrive in two to three weeks.  The fees and amounts are:

  • $100-$200: $36 fee
  • $201-$500: $39 fee
  • $501-$750: $48 fee
  • $751-$1,000: $60 fee

Checks are available in amounts up to $2,500.  The fee is $50.  Bank wires are available in amounts up to $4,000 and have a $40 fee.  Both take about three months to arrive.

Players outside the U.S. may withdraw by Skrill.  These take one to two months to process.

Full Flush Poker Safety

Full Flush Poker appears to be having liquidity issues.  It has some of the slowest withdrawal speeds in the world, even for players outside the U.S.  The traffic on the Equity Poker Network is on the downswing.  It also lost PokerHost and 5Dimes as skins, which hurt traffic on the network.

Full Flush Poker Promotions

New players receive a 150% up to $600 first deposit bonus.  The bonus clears at a rate of 20 POP Points for every $1 in bonus.  A player earns one POP for every $.10 in contributed rake or tournament fees paid, making the bonus equivalent to 50% rakeback.  Players have 30 days to clear the bonus.  Periodic reload bonuses offer the same terms.  Players also receive a 10% instant cash bonus on select deposit bonuses.

New depositors receive a ticket into a $1,000 freeroll.  An add-on ticket may be purchased for an additional 200 POP Points.

Active players receive tickets to frequent freerolls.  The weekly one is $500.  The monthly VIP freeroll has a $5,000 prize pool.  There are also tournament leaderboards and POP Point races.

Full Flush Poker Game Selection

There isn’t much in the way of action at Full Flush Poker.  Virtually all of it is at No Limit Texas Hold’em with blinds of $1 or lower.  There is limited Pot Limit Omaha and Omaha High/Low action.

Sit and gos are only available in limits up to $30.  Multi-table tournaments are held every 15 to 30 minutes.  Most have a small buy-in and offer rebuys and add-ons.  The largest daily tournament guarantee is $5,000.  A Sunday event guarantees $10,000.  There is a $50,000 guarantee held every quarter on a Sunday.

Full Flush Poker FAQ

What network is Full Flush Poker on?

Full Flush Poker is on the Equity Poker Network.

Does Full Flush Poker accept U.S. players?

Yes, Full Flush Poker accepts American players.

What other skins are on the Equity Poker Network?

Heritage Sports is the other recognizable Equity Poker Network skin.

What states are banned at Full Flush Poker?

Full Flush Poker does not accept players from Delaware, Nevada and New Jersey.

How do U.S. players deposit at Full Flush Poker?

Full Flush Poker accepts Visa and cash transfers from U.S. players for deposit.

How do players outside the U.S. deposit at Full Flush Poker?

Visa, Mastercard, cash transfer, Neteller, Pay Safe Card and Skrill are available to players outside the U.S.

How do U.S. players withdraw from Full Flush Poker?

U.S. players can receive a check in amounts up to $2,500 for a $50 fee.  Bank wires are processed in amounts up to $4,000 for a $40 fee.  These take about three months to arrive.  Cash transfers are processed in two or three weeks and have a fee of about 15 percent.

How do players outside the U.S. withdraw from Full Flush Poker?

Skrill is the withdrawal option of choice at Full Flush Poker.  These take about one month to process.

Will Full Flush Poker ban me if I win?

Full Flush Poker has been known to ban winning players.  Serious players should consider that they can have their account closed at any time and not give all of their action to this site.

Is Full Flush Poker on the same network as BetOnline?

BetOnline and Full Flush Poker use the same software.  The two sites are not network.

Are 5Dimes and Poker Host on the same network as Full Flush Poker?

5Dimes and Poker Host both left the Equity Poker Network. Both moved to other networks.  5Dimes started its own network, while Poker Host moved to the Winning Poker Network.

What is the first deposit bonus at Full Flush Poker?

New players receive a 150% up to $600 first deposit bonus.  It equals 50% rakeback and expires after 30 days.

Does Full Flush Poker offer reload bonuses?

Full Flush Poker offers a monthly reload bonus with the same terms as the first deposit one.

What games are available at Full Flush Poker Poker?

Texas Hold’em, Omaha and Omaha High/Low are the only games available at Full Flush Poker.

Does Full Flush Poker offer rakeback?

Full Flush Poker offers 30% rakeback to players upon request.  It is a much better deal to clear the first deposit bonus and claim the reloads.  That is because the bonuses are 50% rakeback.  Full Flush Poker will not allow players that have rakeback to claim any other bonuses or promotions.

Where is Full Flush Poker licensed?

Full Flush Poker is licensed in Curacao.  That jurisdiction is nothing more than a server host. Players should not expect any intervention by regulators if there is a dispute.

Does Full Flush Poker offer a Mac platform?

Yes, Full Flush Poker has a Mac platform.

Are there any Full Flush Poker Poker table mods?

There are no table mods compatible with Full Flush Poker.

Does tracking software work at Full Flush Poker?

Hold’em Indicator works at Full Flush Poker.  PokerTracker and other tracking software do not work at Full Flush Poker.

How do I contact Full Flush Poker support?

Full Flush Poker’s phone number is 877-314-4195.  There is also live chat available through the software and website.  Support is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.