Full Tilt Online Poker Series Event 4 Winner Kiv56

The winner of the 4th Event in Full Tilt’s Online Poker Series is Kiv56.  The 4th event was a No Limit Hold’em tournament and players were allowed one rebuy and one add on.
The event was held on Friday, November 6th at 14:00EST at Full Tilt Poker and had 1,406 players all paying $200 + $16 dollars.   The guarantee was $600,000 dollars but with extra players the prize pool ended up being $659,400 dollars.
Andy Black hosted the event and the winner, Kiv56 won $141,771 dollars for his first place finish.
Final Table Results:
1     Kiv56      $141,771.00
2     archwatcher     $89,678.40
3     Ballzdeepx     $66,599.40
4     ProbBluffingYou     $52,752.00
5     Doc Sands     $39,564.00
6     nomaddman     $28,354.20
7     YrrsiN     $18,463.20
8     Cowboy3362     $13,188.00
9     GoCubsGo969     $9,231.60
There are still 21 events left in the FTOPS and you can also play in the Mini FTOPS that have a much smaller buyin.  If you’re not already a player you can get a first deposit bonus of 100% up to $600 dollars.

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