The well known Full Tilt Online Poker Series (FTOPS) was a success in its tenth year, and its guaranteed prize pool of $ 15,000,000 entregarFullTilt highly surpassed a total of $ 17,482,300 in the course of their series.
With one of the professionals of Full Tilt Poker to be the host of each event and a great variety of games, the only thing that could’ve stopped participating entries were high, wait, no, that’s no excuse for not playing the satellites.
On Saturday this past weekend, DuckU, best known outside of poker circles as Greg Hobson, won the event of No-Limit Hold ’em Shootout, taking $ 87,000. In addition to his victory Hobson finished third in the event World Championship of Online Poker $ 530 6-max rebuy for what he got another $ 119,000. In the field of live poker got a prize in the Main Event World Series of Poker 2007.
In the second event played on Saturday, the $ 109 Pot-Limit Omaha Rebuy, kutuz_off beat a field of 962 participants to win $ 92,000. This native of New York City is a professional poker but this was not the only final table, and also reached the finals of tournaments like the Full Tilt $ 750k Guaranteed or your victory in the PokerStars Sunday Second Chance at could pursue poker at any time.
But all the lights of the weekend pointed to an event that was not the main event, but the Big Daddy, with a $ 5,200 and guaranteed $ 2,000,000 for this two day event, one of the favorite formats professionals, No-Limit Hold ’em 6-max deepstacked. The Full Tilt pro Brandon Adams scored a big traveled throughout the event but became the last player eliminated before the final table. Still, it was $ 57,500 for his performance in this event of 500 players. This number pales compared to $ 550,000 who took amak316 for winning the event. The player at the final table of the WSOP Craig Marquis finished in position 24.
However, that was not the main event, which had 5,225 players participating in the virtual field, exceeding the guaranteed prize of $ 2.5 million in more than $ 100,000. Eric Lindgren, Gus Hansen, Phil Ivey and FullTilt hundreds of players tried to take the glory. Julian Verse, who received $ 450,708.50 (are those 50 cents that make the difference) and the illustrious title of champion of the FTOPS Main Event.