The "Hand Replayer" is accessible from the upper left corner of each Full Tilt Pokertable. You have to click on "Las Hand" to see the action of the last hand unfold. Once you have clicked on the "Hand Replayer", a new window will open and show you the full action of the last hand. You can speed up, pause and play the hand as you like. A button to skip the start of the hand is available. In the upper right corner of the table, players can easily advance to the pots which they played.
The "Hand Replayer" also includes a link for the hand history. You have to click on any number of hand so that a new window opens with the transcript of the hand. The lower left corner will include a link to watch the cat of the previous hand. Hands in green will be the hands won by the user. The hands where the user did not all saw action will be tinted red and the hands where he was observer will be tinted blue.
In addition, as a new option, the introduction of Mixed Limit games, who will quickly become the favorite parts of several players. A special part "Seven Game Mix" is now available and consists of Limit Hold'em, Limit Stud Hi / Lo, Limit Razz, Limit Omaha Hi / Lo, Limit Stud High, No Limit Hold 'em and Pot Limit Omaha. The "Eight Game Mix event" as those found on sites like PokerStars, include parts of Triple Draw that are not present on the new version of Full Tilt.
Parts of "Mixed Hold'em" will include the Limit and No Limit Hold em, while parts of Mixed Omaha Hi / Lo will include tables of Limit Omaha high-low and Pot Limit Omaha Hi / Lo. You find one on the lobby Hold'em and the other in the Full Tilt software Omaha lobby. The World Series of Poker (WSOP) 2009 held 3 mixed tournaments.
The new update of the Full Tilt Poker software has made its software less demand for computers. A text found on the website of Full Tilt note: "we are constantly working on our network communication and now, the communication between our network and your computer will be even better; the Full Tilt Poker software is therefore still faster and more precise than before.