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Updated Sat, 2008-01-12 03:43

$10 million in guaranteed prize money over 20 events

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Full Tilt Poker Promotion: $10 million in guaranteed prize at the FTOPS

The FTOPS (Full Tilt Online Poker Series) VII is beyond doubt one of the most prestigious multi-day online poker events. Mimicking the WSOP, several high-buy-in high-prize pool events take place over several days, featuring different poker variants. There are 20 tournaments featured in the FTOPS (including the main event) which total a staggering $10 million in guaranteed prize money. Buy-ins for these tourneys range from $109 to $535, (fees included), with prize pools set accordingly.

There are Omaha, Omaha Hi-Lo, Stud, Razz, HORSE and Holdem tourneys featured in a variety of betting structures. The Series culminates with the last of the 20 featured tournaments, the $500+$35 NL Holdem main event. There are so many satellites and qualifiers featured for each and every one of the events that it is theoretically possible for a player to win multiple seats in the same FTOPS tourney. In case this happens, the lucky (and probably skilled) player gets the cash equivalent of his second buy-in transferred into his account immediately. This makes it lucrative for anyone to take part in the satellites over and over again, regardless of whether or not they have secured a seat already.

If one wins two satellites for event #12 ($300+$22 6-max NL Holdem rebuy) he gets a seat in the tourney, plus $322 in his account.
If you think that is a nice touch to the satellite-system, you’ll probably be amazed to find there’s actually more to it.

There are satellite races running which offer some pretty exciting rewards for winners and even runners-up. The person to win the most satellites to a given event, gets his seat, his extra money as described above, plus he gets the cash-value of two more buy-ins just because he won the satellite race. The runner up gets the equivalent of one more buy-in to the tourney in question, on top of what he earned already.

There is a leaderboard promotion featured for FTOPS VII events. Whoever finishes on top gets a custom avatar, like the ones that the Full Tilt pros have.

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