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Full Tilt Poker Guaranteeing $1 Million in MTOPS

Full Tilt Poker Guaranteeing 1 Million in MTOPS

Full Tilt Poker's MTOPS (Micro Turbo Online Poker Series) started last night and will run for two weeks, ending Sunday March 2nd. The combined prize pool for all events are well over $1,000,000, so there is definitely value to get for all tournament players.

All MTOPS events comes with Multi-Entries, meaning that players can enter a tournament more than once and play multiple tables in the same tournament. The chip stacks of the player will then eventually be gathered into one big and regular play will continue. You'll find the classic Hold'em and Omaha tournaments, but also Irish, Courchevel and Stud is on the programme.

MTOPS is one of Full Tilt Poker's most popular tournament series, attracting players on all levels and buy-ins. MTOPS have a total of 75 events, which culminates on Sunday March 2nd, where the main event with $500,000 guaranteed is played at 14.00 ET. It's a no limit hold'em turbo tournamnet where players start with 10,000 chips for a small buy-in of $15.

Besides the huge guaranteed prize pools provided by Full Tilt Poker, they also offer additional prizes to be won by playing. These prices can be won through the MTOPS Leaderboard and the Multi-Entry Challenge and includes cash bonuses, tournament tickets and MTOPS merchandise.

Buy-ins for MTOPS events starts at $0.55, but players can qualify for as little as $0.11 through satellites or by using 5 Full Tilt Points.

If you don't already have a Full Tilt Poker account, then you can open one here and receive a 100% up to $600 bonus, tournament tickets and freeroll access. 

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