Happy 5th Birthday To Full Tilt Poker

Full Tilt Poker is one of the biggest online poker sites and is currently celebrating its fifth anniversary. When FTP started back in 2004, they focused on offering an excellent services, top graphics and software and an opportunity for online players to play alongside some of their poker heroes such as Gus Hansen, Phil Ivey, Howard Lederer, and Chris Ferguson.
Five years on, FTP has decided to celebrate in style and is now offering 5 big promotions for each of its years in business and worth over $1 million.
The promotions, which be running up until Sunday July 19th, will include the following:
Five days of 5X Happy Hours where you can earn FTP points at five times the usual rate for 24 hours playing in any ring game, Sit & Go or tournament, after which it will apply only during normal happy hour times.
$5K Every 5 Hours whereby for 5 FTP points players can buy into a prize pool of $5,000.
5X Bust-Out Bounty whereby knocking out any Team Full Tilt member from a real-money scheduled tournament or Sit & Go with more than 30 players will earn you FIVE times your tournament buy-in as a reward.
Refer-A-Friend Five Bonus where in addition to the usual refer a friend bonus, by introducing 5 friends during this period you can receive an additional $275 cash.
Birthday Money Sunday where to end FIVE with a bang, FTP have increased the guaranteed prize money in their July 19th Big Money Sunday tournaments by $700,000.. This is spread over the following tournaments; The Sunday Brawl guaranteed prize money from $350K to $500K, The $1,000,000 Guaranteed Tournament up from $1 million to $1.5 million and The Sunday Mulligan up to $250K.

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