Final weekend of Mini FTOPS set to Award over $1.3 million
Onchan, Isle of Man – September 20, 2013 – Full Tilt Poker’s MiniFTOPS XXIII draws to a close on Sunday with more than $1.3 million in combined guarantees to be won across the weekend’s events.
The excitement builds from Saturday as the highly anticipated Two-Day Event gets underway at 11:00 ET. There’s at least $400,000 up for grabs and players can buy in directly for $200 + $15 or satellite their way through for $50 + $5.
On Sunday, the highlight of MiniFTOPS XXIII – the $750,000 guaranteed Main Event – kicks off at 13:00 ET. Players can buy in to the MiniFTOPS XXIII Main Event directly for $70 + $5 or satellite through for $5 + $0.50. During the last iteration of MiniFTOPS, almost 2,000 players won cash prizes in the Main Event, with ‘lawnmower0’ taking the title and more than $150,000 in prize money.
“MiniFTOPS XXIII has given players the chance to turn a small buy-in into a huge score and this final weekend will be no different,” said Sarne Lightman, Full Tilt Poker’s Head of Marketing. “Since the series began on September 8th, approximately $2.8 million in prize money has been paid out, and with a guaranteed $1.3 million on the line this weekend, the series is set to finish on a high.”
Direct buy-ins to this weekend’s MiniFTOPS XXIII events start at $10 + $1.
For full results and a daily round-up of all the MiniFTOPS XXIII action, visit the Full Tilt Poker Blog at www.fulltiltpoker.com/blog
To find out more, visit: www.fulltiltpoker.com/promotions/ftops/mini
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