Full Tilt is hosting a special satellite tournament for all mobsters to enjoy on the 13th of December at 20:00 CET (19:00 GMT, 14:00 ET). The prize is 2 tickets to FTOPS 27 Main Event which is played on the 14th of December at 19:30 CET. Each main event entry is worth $635.
The British poker pro Chris Moorman is running pretty decent online and live as of late. On Saturday, he finished 8th on the EPT London Main Event final table for £57,000 (live tournament), and two days ago he showed his online-skills by winning his first Full Tilt Online Poker Series event!
The tournament in question (Event #3: $85,000 Guarantee; Pot-Limit Omaha Rush; $216 buy-in) saw a field of 399 players who created a total prize pool of $79,800 ($5,200 overlay) and Moorman received $21,250 for his first place finish. The 27-year-old pro now has an increadible $9.2 million in online tournament winnings and is the biggest winner in online poker tournament history!
Several poker forums and sites has reported that Luke Schwartz has been accused of cheating during the FTOPS Event #23 where he finished 2nd and cashed in $27,664. An anonymous forum writer claims that on the night of event #23, he was sitting two tables from the table where Schwartz was playing cashgame at the Victoria Casino Cardroom in London. The anonymous forum writer claims that Schwartz must've had someone else playing the FTOPS evnt #23.
In his response, Schwartz explained that he was playing Chinease poker at the casino and that he brought his laptop to the table and played the FTOPS event #23 from there.
After a weekend of some great FTOPS action, the leaderboard has a new leader, OneUponAStar, who earned leaderboard points from at least events #14, #16 and #18. The total earnings from the three events are + $96K with most of the cash coming from the 3rd placement in event #18 NL Hold'em, Multi-Entry Tournament ($93,102.90).
This evening have three events, #19, #20 and #21. Will OneUponAStar remain the leader?
Event #19 Monday Dec 10 @ 11:00 ET Buy-in: $240 + $16 Game: PL Omaha Hi/Lo Knockout GTD: $75,000
Event #20 Monday Dec 10 @ 14:00 ET Buy-in: $1,000 + $60 Game: NL Hold'em 6-Max Double Chance GTD: $200,000
Event #21 Monday Dec 10 @ 17:00 ET Buy-in: $200 + $16 Game: NL Hold'em Turbo GTD: $50,000
Yesterday the long-awaited re-match between Viktor "Isildur1" Blom and Tom "durrrr" Dwan was played across four $100/$200 No Limit Hold'em tables on Full Tilt Poker. Both players were supposed to bring $100k each to the tables, but late negations were made and instead they sat down with $200,000 each.
Tom Dwan accumulated a small lead in the beginning of the match thanks to winning an all-in (pre-flop) with KK against Blom's 10's. Blom started playing more aggressive after this, but Tom Dwan handled it well and extended his lead by calling down a few river bluffs.
However, Dwan's lead was never very big and eventually Viktor Blom's super-aggressive style started working. Blom took down the 2 biggest pots of the match and was up about $100k after 1,5 hour of play. Blom didn't give Dwan a single chance to catch his breathe once he had the big lead. In fact, it didn't take long before Tom Dwan was forced down to one table - where he kept on losing...
After 2 hours and 45 minutes (1381 hands) Dwan lost his final $3.5k with pockets 10's against Blom's A[c]3[c] in an all-in situation before the flop - the board ran out Q[s]8[c]6[d]A[h]6[s]. It was a well-deserved win by the young Swede, who made a name for himself in November 2009 by crushing Tom Dwan at Full Tilt Poker's nosebleed tables. Back then, the two were playing for millions of dollars on daily basis. Let's hope that history repeats itself!
The first 11 events in FTOPS XXI has now been concluded. Events 12 through 18 will be played during this weekend which will mark the end of the first half of the 35 events. So far, the leaderboard rank 1 is held by player mrcall912, closely followed by fowirls and Garbally. mrcall912 took home the first place in event #6, played on 4th of December, which was a HORSE event with a total prize pool of $75,000 and the fourth place in event #10, hold'em Limit Rush Multi-Entry tournament .
This weekend's major events are #17 and #18: Event #17, Sunday Dec 09 @ 10:30 ET Buy-in: $120 + $9 Game: NL Hold'em Knockout Multi-Entry Tournament GTD: $600,000
Event #18, Sunday Dec 09 @ 13:30 ET Buy-in: $300 + $22 Game: NL Hold'em Multi-Entry Tournament GTD: $750,000
Please find the current leaderboard standings below:
Last Wednesday, Full Tilt Poker announced that its pro members (The Professionals) Tom "durrrr" Dwan and Viktor "Isildur1" Blom will once again face each other at the high-stakes heads-up tables!
The two played some epic heads-up matches in November 2009 and Viktor Blom, whose identity was unknown at that time, ended up winning over $5 million from Dwan. The rematch will be played on four No Limit Texas Hold'em tables on Sunday, December 9 at 15:00 ET onwards. Both players will bring $100,000 of their own money and play until one player has it all!
All of the action can be followed on FullTiltPoker.com’s innovative game software; once the software is downloaded and your account has been created, you can search for either “durrrr” or “Isildur1” and open the tables upon which they are competing.
With three days of FTOPS XXI over and seven events concluded so far, the events have already distributed prize-pools of more than $1,500,000 in total to the players!
The highest amount of 1st prize winnings as of now is still held by the winner from event #1, doneNdusted84, who won $187,484.40 for being the last man standing on Sunday evening. doneNdusted84 is closely followed by the winner of event #3, fowirls, who took the first prize of $149,950.00 on Monday's Multi-Entry Hold'em tournament. Below is a short sum up of the past events:
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.
Not less than 1,841 players took part in Full Tilt Online Poker Series Event 18, $207+$9 Rush NLH Super Turbo, which created a prize pool of $381,097. It ended up being no one else than the host of the event, Soi Nguyen, who took home the tournament and the first place prize of $78,503. Nguyen is the 7th Red Pro to win a coveted FTOPS jersey and he has now joined the ranks of Erick Lindgren and Greg Mueller as the only Full Tilt player to have won their own FTOPS event.
1. Soi Nguyen ($78,503.92) 2. hellviper86 ($51,827.83) 3. Luke Staudenmaier ($38,489.79) 4. WhoIsTJones ($30,105.87) 5. Philpro01 ($22,484.13) 6. wildjoker321 ($15,624.57) 7. gambeta_perrins ($9,527.17) 8. David Peters ($6,478.48) 9. Nick "agriffrod" Mitchell ($4,573.04)
Not less than 3,397 players paid $200+$16 and entered the $750,00 Guarantee tournament at Full Tilt Poker last Sunday. After many, many hours of play the tournament was down to a final table, a final table which included no one else than online legend Shaun Deeb who has an FTOPS title and several major scores in his resume already.
Deeb played fantastic poker before the final table and it was easy to see that many of his final table opponents avoided to play against him. After a couple of hours he also stood as the champion with $132,787 to add to his Full Tilt bankroll.
Yesterday, MiniFTOPS XV kicked off with a NL Hold'em $350,000 guarantee tournament for the buy-in of $20+$2. If you missed out on that event, then don't worry! Full Tilt's MiniFTOPS XV will run till 21 March and around $6 million is still up for grabs in remaining 26 events!
The thing which makes MiniFTOPS so great, apart from the millions guaranteed by Full Tilt, is that that the buy-in of each event is only 1/10 of big brother FTOPS. This makes it possible for almost anyone to play a couple of events with the chance of winning big and still not having to risk losing a lot of money.
Open an account at Full Tilt today and take part in the MiniFTOPS XV! We'll give you 27% rakeback to make sure that you get the best possible start!
1,349 players paid the buy-in of $1,000+$60 to take part in event 12 in Full Tilt Online Series XII. All of them with the common goal of taking down the whole tournament and the first prize of $300,000.
Two of the FTOPS event that are being held today will be hosted by Swedish poker professional Johan Storakers. There will be a bounty on Johan in these tournaments which means that the player that knocks him out will get a fixed amout of money for that.Read more » Johan Storakers to host FTOPS Event #16
Yesterday was the start of the 11th FTOPS series at Full Tilt Poker. It started out with a $1 Million guaranteed tournament that had a buy in of $216. This tournament attracted a total of 6275 players so the total prize pool reached $1.225.000.Read more » “Muckducks” wins FTOPS XI Event 1
Va Shon Watkins is probably someone that the most people haven't heard off before? The ones that find his name a bit familiar maybe associate him with winning FTOPS Main Event and $450 000 last year at Full Tilt poker. In an interview with a big poker magazine he speaks out about the not so easy life before the big win...
Today the very popular Full Tilt Online Poker Series started. This year there will be 25 events played during a 12 day period with over $15 million in guaranteed prize money. The buy-in for each event will be everything between $200 and $5000, but there will be many satellites for all the events which gives everyone the chance to take part and play for the big money.
Host for the first event will be no one less than Mike "The Mouth" Matusow.
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