We’re here to help you learn how to beat those huge fields in freeroll tournaments, and since we play mostly on Full Tilt when we play freerolls, we’ll be focused on that site in particular. Full Tilt Freerolls come in two types, those that are open to the public, and private freerolls that are only open to those who have the password. The public freerolls tend to be much larger fields and less money to be made, but there are lots of them, and as a freeroll hound on Full Tilt, you’ll want to take advantage of every possible freeroll.
That means you should be hunting around for the private freerolls wile playing every public freeroll you can find and you shoudl be able to play multiple freerolls every time you feel like playing. You may not win anything for weeks at a time, and then suddenly win three in a row, just keep plugging along and playing every free tournament you can get into. And make sure to check out our upcoming guide on how to find the best freerolls.
Our preflop play guide will introduce you to the Zone Theory which is a great start for beginning players and the guide on Playing the Dead Seats is all about taking the free chips that are often left on the table during the first hour of a freeroll. Those early blind levels can be where your stack is built, but we have a guide for playing the later stages coming soon as well.
We also accept submissions for the site, and we would love to hear about your experiences in building your bankroll without making a single deposit like many of today’s big names did a few years ago.
And if you are looking to get started playing cash games, we recommend two sites that are a big help when you are trying to get that bankroll started –
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