Full Tilt Online Poker Series CV Starts February 10th

The 2010 Full Tilt Online Poker Series (FTOPS) is getting ready to begin next month and players will have 27 events to choose from.
When the series first made it’s debut in 2006 there were only 8 events and only $1 million dollars total to be won.
In February however players will have over three times that many events to choose from and a lot more money will be awarded.
Last year the FTOPS awarded over $16 million dollars and this year Full Tilt expects to award over $17 million dollars.
The FTOPS XV is going to officially start on February 10th with Shootouts, Knockouts, Turbo and Super Turbo events.  Each event is also going to be hosted by a Full Tilt Pro.
Besides money players can also win a limited edition FTOPS jacket is they make the final table in any FTOPS XV event.  Those who win any of the events will win the jacket plus a Gold FTOPS jersey and a Gold jersey avatar for use of Full Tilt Poker.
The player that finishes in 1st place on the FTOPS XV Leaderboard will win a custom avatar plus a prize package valued at $8,500 dollars, which includes an entry to every FTOPS XVI event except the two day event.
For the full schedule of events, including date, time, buyin, event and to find out who is the host look at the FTOPS page under ‘Promotions’.  Also don’t forget about the Mini FTOPS where you can buy in for only 10% of the buyin.
The Mini FTOPS starts in March and has 27 similar events but they cost a lot less.  There is still big money to be won as well, over $6 million dollars.
New players are eligible for a new player bonus of 100% up to $600 dollars on their first deposit.

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