Full Tilt Poker may have about as many pro-poker players on their books as most cities have populations, and it may be true that they spent a hell of a lot of money on an F1 sponsorship deal with Virgin Racing, where the best they can hope for in terms of exposure is if one of the cars were to crash out majorly and the logo be seen amongst the fiery wreckage of a car, such is the performance of the car, but as if rising from the ashes of that charred skeleton of a car there’s something new for Full Tilt customers.
The Black Card, a new player rewards program, has been launched by the online poker network, under which certain players can earn a number of rewards not normally on offer. As of the site’s more valued customers, you must achieve a minimum 500 Full Tilt Points daily average over a 100-day rolling period and then you’re in.
All card holders then receive entry to exclusive tournaments specifically for Black Bard holders, access to the Black Card Store, and access to special events at live tournaments where you can interact with Full Tilt pros. Don’t say it too loudly but it’s basically Full Tilt’s answer to the Pokerstars Supernova Elite program.
So, want to meet Phil Ivey? Then this is the club for you.