Full Tilt Poker is an online poker card room launched in June 2004 with the involvement of a team of poker professionals, among them Howard Lederer, Phil Ivey, Andy Bloch, Mike Matusow, Jennifer Harman and Chris Ferguson. The service is split among two web domains, fulltiltpoker.com, which uses real money, and fulltiltpoker.net, which uses only play money.
Full Tilt offers both Windows and Mac software with equal features. It has also been successfully run under the Linux OS using Wine.
Games offered include Texas hold 'em, Omaha High and Hi-Lo, Razz, Seven Card Stud, Stud Hi-Lo, and mixed games including H.O.R.S.E., HOSE, and HA (Texas and Omaha).
Tournaments take place throughout the day and often include participation from one of the Team Full Tilt pros. Freeroll tournaments are common. "Sit and Go" tournaments are offered for one, two, five, ten, and twenty tables. Tables usually seat 8 or 9 players in each in these tournaments, depending on the game type, though some have six players per table. There are also heads up "Sit and Go" in both 2-player and split 4-player formats.
Jerry Yang, winner of the main event of the 2007 World Series of Poker, is a recent notable celebrity player sponsored by Full Tilt Poker.
The Full Tilt Online Poker Series (FTOPS) is Full Tilt's poker tournament series