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Full Tilt Taking Tournaments Back to Basics

Full Tilt Taking Tournaments Back to Basics

Full Tilt is going back to basics from February 15th-22nd with the launch of the Full Tilt Classic – an online championship of poker in its purest form, with a total of 16 freeze-out tournaments across eight days of action.

The new series will feature two daily deepstack tournaments with one being No Limit Hold'em and the other being an alternative variant. Buy-ins will start out cheap with $0.50 tickets, but as the series moves forward the buy-in will rise and culminate with two $100 buy-in tournaments with $200,000 and $20,000 in prize pool.

The new series is being launched in conjunction with the update of Full Tilt's tournament offerings, where buy-ins has been standardized for both MTT and SNG. Furthermore they have also added a variety of different satellites for the tournaments in the new schedule, so players can qualify cheaply.

“The Full Tilt Classic has it all – deep-stack tournaments, a wide range of buy-ins, daily freerolls, and extra prizes that offer great value to players. It’s time for players to rediscover the joy of pure tournament action – the kind of events that got people playing poker in the first place,” said Dominic Mansour, Managing Director at Full Tilt.

Below you can see the full schedule:

Full Tilt Classic Schedule

Date/Time

Game

Guarantee

Event #1

Sunday, Feb 15th – 13:30 ET

$0.50 No Limit Hold’em

$1,000

Event #2

Sunday, Feb 15 – 15:30 ET

$0.50 Fixed Limit Hold’em

6-Max

$500

Event #3

Monday, Feb 16 – 13:30 ET

$1 No Limit Hold’em

$2,000

Event #4

Monday, Feb 16 – 15:30 ET

$1 Fixed Limit Omaha Hi/Lo

$1,000

Event #5

Tuesday, Feb 17 – 13:30 ET

$2.50 No Limit Hold’em

6-Max

$5,000

Event #6

Tuesday, Feb 17 – 15:30 ET

$2.50 Pot Limit 5-Card Draw

6-Max

$2,500

Event #7

Wednesday, Feb 18 – 13:30 ET

$5 No Limit Hold’em

$7,500

Event #8

Wednesday, Feb 18 – 15:30 ET

$5 Stud Hi/Lo

$3,000

Event #9

Thursday, Feb 19 – 13:30 ET

$10 No Limit Hold’em

6-Max

$10,000

Event #10

Thursday, Feb 19 – 15:30 ET

$10 Fixed Limit 2-7 Triple Draw

6-Max

$5,000

Event #11

Friday, Feb 20 – 13:30 ET

$25 No Limit Hold’em

$20,000

Event #12

Friday, Feb 20 – 15:30 ET

$25 Pot Limit Omaha Hi/Lo

6-Max

$10,000

Event #13

Saturday, Feb 21 – 13:30 ET

$50 No Limit Hold’em

$25,000

Event #14

Saturday, Feb 21 – 15:30 ET

$50 Razz

6-Max

$10,000

Main Event

Sunday, Feb 22 – 13:30 ET

$100 No Limit Hold’em

$200,000

Event #15

Sunday, Feb 22 – 15:30 ET

$100 Pot Limit Omaha

6-Max

$20,000

 

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