Friday, 5 September 2014
There's $1.4m in guaranteed prize money on offer as Full Tilt's Mini FTOPS festival returns this weekend.
The two-week festival starts on Sunday with some serious money on offer in the opening day's action. The first event is a $22 buy-in contest starting at 6.30pm with at least $75,000 to be won.The Day 1 action continues at 9.30pm with $200,000 guaranteed in the $5.50 Multi-Day tournament. Players who make it through Sunday's Day 1 will go on to compete for a share of the bumper prize pool Day 2 the following week.In addition to a host of guaranteed prize pools, one player will also walk away with a four-month Black Card Pro sponsorship deal. That bonus prize will go to the player who tops the MiniFTOPS XXVI Leaderboard.“Tournament series are great and all, and winning a bunch of money for a small buy-in is cool, but I think we all know the real reason to play MiniFTOPS is to win the little silver football player avatar,” said Shyam Markus, Poker Room Manager. “He’s really cute.”
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