Articles      Blogs      Challenge      Deals      Contact

Full Tilt Poker Deductions

Most of the poker rooms take certain deductions from players rakeback. Full Tilt Poker is not an exception, there are four different ways of deductions: fees, bonuses, tournamets and points (FTP) convertion.

Deductions

Bonus Deduction When you release a bonus, the bonus ammount is substracted from your MGR. For example you raked 1000$ in MGR and released 600$. Then your final earnings will be 600$+(1000$-600$)*27%=708$
FTP Points Each time you spend your Full Tilt Points in store, the room subtracts a certain amount from your total MGR. For every 1000 points you spend at the store, Full Tilt charges 5$ against your generated rake. With 27% rakeback this means, that for each 1000 points spent at the store, you get a 1.35$ RB hit.
Transaction Fees Different deposit/withdrawal options are not free, every time you use it, Full Tilt deducts the costs from your MGR.
Tournament Overlays When a guaranteed prize pool of a hosted tournament doesn't reach enough registered players to cover the prize money, Full Tilt compensates that amount by a rake deduction to all registered players of a tournament.
Added Money Tournaments When Full Tilt adds the tournament prize pool, the added money is deducted from each registered player of that tournament.

Practical Facts

Bank Transfer ~ 20$.
Check ~ 8$.
Wire Transfer ~ 10$ - 75$.

Everything else can be calculated by formula 1,000 points is a value of 5$, so for every 1,000 points you spend, you have $5 against MGR, or a 1.35$ RB hit.

Deduction Calculator

Full Tilt Points

MGR hit RB hit (27%)
5.00$ 1.35$


Likes

Comments


Tags:
full tilt fees | full tilt deductions | deduction fees | full tilt poker taxes | full tilt bank | full tilt check