Ain’t competition great?
I mean, without competition and the need to outdo each other…in trying to attract players to their web sites, we wouldn’t have innovations like RUSH POKER, the latest from Full Tilt Poker.
Full Tilk Poker, of course, and their rival web site, PokerStars, are fighting it out for your dollars.
And we win. In a way..l.of course.
As I understand it, Rush Poker is a variation on the game in which a player (you and me)? joins a pool of participants and is seated at a random virtual table.
So far so good.
The normal options are in play, but there is also a “quick fold option.”
You play a hand. But once you are out, you (and all other folded players) go to a new table where it all begins again.
The? idea behind the concept is that there’s no time to think between folded hands, and you could play hundreds of hands with overlapping tables.
Right now, the only poker game available at Rush Poker is Texas Hold’em, but that could change at any moment.
Full Tilt – the world’s second-largest poker room, last month announced some major changes to its site, including a new VIP program and changes aimed at eradicating short stackers.
The question on my mind now is…how will PokerStars respond? What will they do?
I can’t wait to find out.