Official Discussion Thread For Mini FTOPS

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    • #27255
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      This Sunday the online felts will be buzzing with high-octane action with two major events getting underway. One of them is the PokerStars sponsored World Championship of Online Poker (WCOOP), the biggest online extravaganza and the other is Full Tilt PokerÂ’s Mini FTOPS XXIII.

      After a successful completion of FTOPS in August, Full Tilt Poker will be back this Sunday with another online tournament, which boasts more than $3 million in guaranteed prize money. The latest edition of MiniFTOPS will include a total of 39 events, same as that of FTOPS but with a much lower buy-in. HereÂ’s a chance to win big prizes with a small buy-in, so get ready to join the action this Sunday (8th September).

      Several new formats are being offered, which have been introduced recently at Full Tilt Poker, including 5-Card Omaha, 6-Card Omaha and Courchevel, apart from a variety of other tournament types, including Irish, 5-Card Stud and Escalator tournaments.

      MiniFTOPS XXIII highlights include the MiniFTOPS Main Event, featuring a $70 + $5 buy-in beginning on Sep 22nd, the MiniFTOPS Two-Day Event, featuring a $200 + $15 buy-in and beginning on Sep 21st and the $24 + $2 No-Limit Hold ’em 6-Max Knockout Event on Sep 22nd.

      The series also features seven re-entry tournaments and five Rush Poker tournaments. Apart from the cash prizes; the MiniFTOPS offers other goodies like a limited edition MiniFTOPS jacket to the final table players and a silver MiniFTOPS jersey to the winner of each event.

      To register for any MiniFTOPS event the players simply have to download Full Tilt Poker software, create and account and enter the tournament.

      For the schedule of the MiniFTOPS events visit the Full Tilt Poker website.

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      Take on the MiniFTOPS Main Event on Full Tilt Poker Tonight

    • #27256
      Poker Guru

      MiniFTOPS XXVIII Begins on April 19, Offers Over $1 Million in Prize Money,-Offers-Over-$1-Million-in-Prize-Money

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