Big Little Tournaments at Full Tilt Poker

Full Tilt is kicking off the New Year by offering a low buyin into four $250,000 dollar guaranteed tournaments.
This promotion is being called the Big Little Tournament and will actually consist of four different tourneys.
You can buyin into the tourneys for only $5.00 + $0.50 into any of the $250,000 guarantee’s to get your share of the total $1,000,000 dollars that is up for grabs at Full Tilt Poker.
The tournaments are going to play on the first four Sundays in January at 1:45pm EST.  The dates are January 3rd, January 10th, January 17th and January 24th.
If you don’t have $5.50 or just want to play more poker you can play in satellites to win your way into one of the $250K Guaranteed’s for only $0.50 or 50 Full Tilt Points.
The Big Little Tournament Satellites
Date                      Game                Type         BuyIn
9 Player Sit nGo    Hold’em Turbo         NL                $1.20
9 Player Sit nGo    Hold’em                  NL                $0.75
9 Player Sit nGo    Hold’em Turbo         NL              300 FTPs
12/28 15:48 ET     Hold’em Turbo         NL                 $1.50
12/28 16:08 ET    Hold’em Turbo          NL                   $1
12/2816:28 ET     Hold’em Turbo          NL               150 FTPs
New players are eligible for a new player bonus of 100% up to $600 dollars on their first deposit.

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