Full Flush Poker, the flagship site for the Equity Poker Network, announced a software update earlier this week, with the biggest news being Ante Tournaments being added to their tournament schedule.
“The player experience is a top priority for us. We have been aware of our software’s limitations for some time, and listening to player feedback just confirmed what we already knew,” said a Full Flush Poker spokesperson.
“We also know that the most recent update to our tournament structure with the addition of Antes was a must for our long-term growth, and we’re proud to give players more of what they want in our tournaments for a guaranteed more enjoyable and competitive time at the FFP Tables.”
Full Flush Poker has been working on optimising their tournament schedule based on their players feedback. One of the most requested things has been ante tournaments, which has bnow been added along with extended blind levels.
With the new feature, Ante’s may be added to other games in time such as cash games and sit n go’s. The new extended blind levels will help the players focus more on the skill of the game, rather than the luck of having to go all-in with just a few big blinds left in the end-game.