Yesterday kicked off the 21st FTOPS at the recently resurrected Full Tilt Poker. The series has 35 events and a total prize pool of over $7.5 million that will find new owners between the 2nd and 16th of December. There is a number of different tournament types available in the FTOPS XXI, including Rush Poker, Multi-Entry and Double Chance Tournaments. Event #35 is the Main Event so mark the calendar and set the alarm for 13:30 on Sunday the 16th - the guaranteed prize pool will be $1,500,000!
Event #1,a NL Hold'em Multi-Entry tournament, was concluded on the 2nd of December and attracted a total of 5,482 players. The guaranteed prize pool was $750,000 but it turned out to be over $1 million in the pot to be battled for. The winner was a player called doneNdusted84 and he surely logged off the cyber world with smile on his face due to the additional $187,484.40 on his Full Tilt Poker account balance.
The FTOPS XXI Schedule below:
Event #2 Monday Dec 03 11:00 ET
$200 + $16 PL Omaha Hi/Lo 6-Max
Event #3 Monday Dec 03 14:00 ET
$1,000 + $60 NL Hold'em Multi-Entry Tournament
Event #4 Monday Dec 03 17:00 ET
$200 + $16 NL Hold'em Rush Turbo
Event #5 Tuesday Dec 04 11:00 ET
$200 + $16 PL HA 6-Max
Event #6 Tuesday Dec 04 14:00 ET
$200 + $16 HORSE
Event #7 Tuesday Dec 04 17:00 ET
$310 + $12 NL Hold'em Super Turbo Knockout Multi-Entry Tournament
wow nice, good job. Ftp is deffinetly growing from dead now. Nice prize pool too, but i still dont get up, why are this big tournaments splited from Ps, whne are now PS and FTP connected to gather. It will be better to move it it togather on one site and do not spilt players. But still good job and i wish good luck to all mobsters entering this tournaments.
yeah i must agree with a couple of mobsters who pointed above: mini ftops is something less heavy on the roll i'm waiting for it too- have some tickets from point satellites, so gonna give a crack at qualifying for the main events- will be interesting to see if ftops gets enough attention from the players- since this is the first series from the "new full tilt"
Like everyone is saying, these look a bit expensive for my wallet, but that should also mean there will be less competitors (or not?). Thinking about strategy, perhaps one of these events could work as a good investment for a money Xmas gift that one would receive earlier, but I do not want to influence anyone, because things can go wrong and that gift can end up as 30 minutes of bad cards and another knot in the stomach ulcer. So if you suffer from this, better wait for lower buy-ins.
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