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You can get FREE memberships to video training sites Stoxpoker and Cardrunners just by playing on Full Tilt.
I wrote about the Truly Free Poker Training program when it was introduced a couple of months back. In the comments back then there was a little grumbling about how the program was open only to existing members of Stoxpoker and Cardrunners. The program is now open to EVERYONE. No existing memberships required.

For those who don’t know, Stoxpoker and Cardrunners are video training sites. They each put out 20+ hours per month of high-quality poker instructional videos. The coaches are top-notch. (Disclosure: I’m a coach at Stoxpoker.) If you want to get better at poker, you really owe it to yourself to get a membership at either one of these great sites (or both).

Through the Truly Free Poker Training offer, you can get these memberships completely free. All you have to do to earn your membership is play raked hands at Full Tilt. Here’s how you get set up:

  1. Go to trulyfreepokertraining.com and register yourself for the program.
  2. Play hands on Full Tilt.
  3. Get your free membership(s).

You earn memberships while you earn Full Tilt Points. The memberships don’t cost any points; you earn credit for memberships simultaneously with and in addition to your points. It doesn’t cost you any MGR or rakeback. It’s completely free to you.

This really is a great deal, and if you already play on Full Tilt, it’s a total no-brainer. Sign up right now.

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4 Responses to “Truly Free Poker Training”

@ Mon Feb 09, 2009 02:43:21 PM

I’d like to sign up for this, but I’m leery of giving both my Full Tilt login ID and my Full Tilt email ID out to anyone–having both would make it much easier to hack an account, something that can and does happen. There’s no way to avoid doing this and still sign up. Comments, Ed?

Ed Miller
@ Mon Feb 09, 2009 06:44:09 PM


Hrmm, that hadn’t occurred to me before. If I were in your position I’d definitely share your concern about giving out too much information with which to hack your account. I’ll send your comment to the higher-ups and see what they have to say.

@ Mon Feb 09, 2009 07:24:55 PM

Thanks Ed, I appreciate it. Last month’s Full Tilt update even made it possible to use your email ID as your login. I’m glad you can understand my concerns.

@ Sun Feb 22, 2009 12:30:39 PM

Just wondering if you’ve ever heard anything on this issue.

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