Wednesday, 4 November 2009
Full Tilt Poker’s flagship tournament series is starting once more. The FTOPS is returning to your computer tonight with a $1,000,000 guaranteed 6-max Hold ‘em event.
The FTOPS Warm-Up got things off to a fantastic start on Sunday with a staggering 43,874 participants competing in the $5 tournament with a $250,000 guarantee. That pales in comparison to some of the events that Howard Lederer and co. have planned, though – the FTOPS Main Event will boast a $2.5m guarantee while six other events have seven figures in the prize pool.If you want to play this series of FTOPS then it’s not too late to get in cheap – hundreds of satellites are running on Full Tilt Poker at this very moment, so you can earn millions from a few FTPs.Worry not if you can’t play, though – Bluff Europe will be bringing you updates on all the action from Full Tilt Poker’s $16m guaranteed bonanza. Of course, there will probably be another one in a few day’s time if you fancy that.
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