Full Flush Poker is a relatively new online poker room, built on the Equity Poker Network. While there are quite a few other poker sites (skins) running on the network, they are fairly small and inconsequential — the vast majority of players on the network are playing at Full Flush. Going live with real money games in 2013, Full Flush has been steadily growing their player base.
As far as games go, Full Flush offers a variety of smaller cash games. Most of the action is No Limit Texas Hold’em but you can find some decent Pot Limit Omaha High/Low games during busier peak hours. Most of the players tend to stick to low blind games starting at $0.01/$0.02 to $0.25/$0.50. If you’re looking for $1/$2 games or higher, you’re not going to find any games to play in. If you like playing Sit and Gos, there’s not a lot of action there either. Tournaments on the other hand are a better proposition with buy-ins starting as low as $0.10. Every Saturday they run a $1,000 freeroll for new players.
The players on Full Flush Poker are concentrated on the low blind games because they are pretty soft. If you are a halfway decent player, you can clean up pretty well. But you’ve really got to be patient because, with the low blinds available, most of the players at your table will be seeing the flop, so expect 7-2 off suit hands taking down pots.
Customer service and support at Full Flush is excellent. I was once playing at a table where one of the players was being a real dick, talking pretty bad shit to other players and throwing out racial slurs and the like. One of the other players hit up customer service, and they chat-banned the player right away. And when it comes to payouts, they’re not as fast as some of the top online poker rooms, but you’ll usually find your cash in hand within a week. Full Flush is a great place to play.