Tournaments take place throughout the day and often include participation from one of the Team Full Tilt pros. Freeroll tournaments are common. "Sit and Go" tournaments are offered for one, two, five, ten, and twenty tables. Tables seat 8 players for the H.O.R.S.E., Razz, Stud, and Stud Eight or Better format and 9 players for Hold 'Ems and Omaha variations in each in these tournaments, though some have six players per table and are select tournaments/sit n gos which have turbo blinds (to speed up gameplay). There are also heads up "Sit and Go" in both 2-player and split 4-player formats.
The Full Tilt Online Poker Series (FTOPS) is Full Tilt's poker tournament series. They also offer a "Mini Series of Poker", where players may enter tournaments that that are 1/100th of what it would cost you to play in that day's World Series of Poker event.
In addition to Team Full Tilt, several notable pros are "Full Tilt Pros," who are sponsored by the site but are not full-fledged members. This group includes Farzad Bonyadi, David Chiu, John D'Agostino, Layne Flack, Perry Friedman, Rafe Furst, David Grey, Berry Johnston, Jeff Madsen, Paul Wasicka, David Benyamine, Erica Schoenberg, Mark Vos, Brad Booth, Nenad Medic, Eddy Scharf, Carlos Mortensen, Chip Jett, Karina Jett, David Oppenheim, Roland de Wolfe, Robert Mizrachi, Michael Craig, Andrew Black, Huck Seed, Rob Hollink, Gavin Smith and Lee Watkinson .
Full Tilt has "cap limit" games which are played identically to pot-limit or no-limit games, except that the total amount a player can bet in any single hand is capped at 30 times the big blind. A type of tournament added in November 2007 are "Knockout Bounty Tournaments". In these tournaments, a small percentage of the buy in is awarded to the player for each opponent he or she knocks out.
They offer hand history files for analysis, discussion and conversion using a poker hand converter.
An optional "racetrack" view of the table flattens the 3D model in favor of a flat table window.
Another site feature is the "Tips from the Pros" newsletter which includes tips from the professional players associated with the card room.
FullTiltPoker.net hosts only play money games. These same games are available through Full Tilt Poker alongside the games played for real money.