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Updated Tue, 2009-01-27 06:07

Win serious money with Full Tilt’s Satellite challenge

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The FTOPS is beyond doubt one of the most popular events in the online poker industry. As such, its various events attract many players from all over the world, amateurs as well as established professionals.

The buy-ins for the events are pretty step though. The can run from several hundred dollars to several thousand, and not everyone finds it within their reach to pay up such sums of money. Fortunately, Full Tilt Poker hosts a gamut of online qualifiers and sub-qualifiers through which just about anyone can gain access to the FTOPS tables.

Playing in such satellites carries extra value at Full Tilt Poker. Usually, once you win a satellite to an event, you may stop playing as there’s nothing more to gain by playing in more such satellites. At Full Tilt Poker though, your fist satellite win earns you your coveted seat, and each win after that rewards you with the cash equivalent of the buy-in for the tournament you just won your seat in.
The money will be transferred to your account in the form of T$ (tournament dollars). Win two seats in the $200+$16 NL Holdem event and you’ll have your seat reserved automatically, plus your account will be credited with $216. If you think that’s great value right there, wait till you hear about what the satellite challenge really consists in.

Each of these satellites will be monitored and players will be ranked in a leader board-like structure. The player who wins the most satellites to an event will get all the advantages described above, plus the cash equivalent of two more buy-ins for the event.
The player who finishes with the second most satellites won, gets the equivalent of one more tournament buy-in on top of everything else.

Sign up to Full Tilt Poker now and play in the satellite challenge.

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