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Full Tilt Poker With $23,000 Leaderboard and Freeroll Promotion

Full Tilt Poker With 23 000 Leaderboard and Freeroll Promotion

Full Tilt Poker continues their battle to regain their former ground as the second biggest poker site in the world and with Rational Group behind them, a new high prize pool promotion has been launched. This time it's a $23,000 leaderboard and freeroll promotion, where $18,000 has been added to a leaderboard and $5,000 has been added to a special freeroll.

The promotion starts Friday, May 9th and runs all the way to Sunday, May 18th. Players can win a share of the leaderboard prize pool by earning points, which are awarded every time a player wins a pot at any of the no limit Hold'em tables and pot limit Omaha tables, which includes Rush Poker and the Adrenaline Rush tables.

The leaderboard has been divided into two different leaderboards, which covers different stake levels. Players post a score when they have gotten 150 qualifying hands throughout a day in any of the stake levels, but only the players best 150-hand run will count, making it possible for players to improve their score on a daily basis.

Every single day of the promotion the top 20 players from each leaderboard will be rewarded with a cash prize and all players who posts a score on two different days will also receive a free ticket to the $5,000 "Take it Down Flipout Freeroll" tournament, which is played Sunday May 25th.

“With $23,000 up for grabs and players  battling it out for wins and leaderboard points to climb their way to the top, there will be even more action this May with Take It Down,” Full Tilt Poker's Director of Marketing, Sarne Lightman said in a press release.

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