Christmas Starts Early at Full Tilt Poker this year. Starting Wednesday, December 20, Full Tilt Poker will be hosting its “12 Days of Christmas Giveaway” promotion, doling out almost $200,000 in cash and prizes through the end of the year. The only requirements to win are to play poker. No tournaments to conquer, no leader boards.

Every day from December 20 through December 31, Full Tilt Poker players can qualify to win a piece of $15,000 and one “Daily Grand Prize,” which will be a high-priced item, such as a television or iPod, from Full Tilt’s points store. In order to be eligible for the prizes, customers must earn Full Tilt Poker points in real money games. The qualification requirements reset every day. Below are the prizes and minimum daily requirements.

Grand Prize – 1 poker point – 1 prize daily $10 cash – 20 poker points – 500 prizes daily $25 cash – 100 poker points – 200 prizes daily $100 cash – 300 poker points – 50 prizes daily

More than one prize can be won by a single person on a given day, as long as the requirements for each prize are met.

For some reason, players must register for this promotion, rather than having it enacted automatically. To register, click on “My Promotions” from within the Cashier in the Full Tilt software. On the web page that appears, click on the promotion, then on “Click to Win.”

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