Mini FTOPS @ Full Tilt Poker Start Today

Starting today you can play in the Mini Full Tilt Online Poker Series (FTOPS) at Full Tilt Poker of course.  This series is just like the main FTOPS that just took place last month but this series comes with a much smaller price tag.
The price is only one tenth of the buy in for the main FTOPS,  this tourney is going to have the same feeling as the much higher FTOPS, including Full Tilt Poker Pro hosts.
The Main Event in the Mini FTOPS is only going to cost you $55 dollars to buy into and your host for the event is going to be none other then Howard Lederer himself.
Last year’s Mini FTOPS drew in a total of 16,750 players and this year the series is expecting to be even larger.
Mini FTOPS Line Up:
Wednesday, December 9th
Event #1: $20 + $2 No Limit Hold’em Six-Max $250,000 Guaranteed
Thursday, December 10th
Event #2: $20 + $2 Seven-Game Six-Max $30,000 Guaranteed
Event #3: $50 + $5 No Limit Hold’em 3x Shootout $30,000 Guaranteed
Friday, December 11th
Event #4: $20 + $2 No Limit Hold’em Cubed $200,000 Guaranteed
Event #5: $20 + $2 Stud Eight or Better $30,000 Guaranteed
Saturday, December 12th
Event #6: $50 + $5 Pot Limit Omaha Six-Max $100,000 Guaranteed
Event #7: $10 + $1 No Limit Hold’em with Rebuys $250,000 Guaranteed
Sunday, December 13th
Event #8: $24 + $2 No Limit Hold’em Knockout Six-Max $200,000 Guaranteed
Event #9: $50 + $5 No Limit Hold’em Heads-Up $150,000 Guaranteed
Event #10: $30 + $3 No Limit Hold’em $400,000 Guaranteed
Monday, December 14th
Event #11: $20 + $2 Pot Limit Omaha Eight or Better $30,000 Guaranteed
Event #12: $100 + $9 No Limit Hold’em Six-Max $300,000 Guaranteed
Tuesday, December 15th
Event #13: $30 + $3 No Limit Hold’em 4x Shootout Six-Max $30,000 Guaranteed
Event #14: $50 + $5 HORSE $60,000 Guaranteed
Event #15: $20 + $2 No Limit Hold’em Turbo $150,000 Guaranteed
Wednesday, December 16th
Event #16: $24 + $2 Pot Limit Omaha Knockout $50,000 Guaranteed
Event #17: $30 + $3 No Limit Hold’em Six-Max with Rebuys $250,000 Guaranteed
Thursday, December 17th
Event #18: $20 + $2 No Limit Hold’em Cashout $30,000 Guaranteed
Event #19: $20 + $2 Limit Hold’em Six-Max $60,000 Guaranteed
Friday, December 18th
Event #20: $20 + $2 No Limit Hold’em $150,000 Guaranteed
Event #21: $30 + $3 Razz Six-Max $30,000 Guaranteed
Saturday, December 19th
Event #22: $250 + $16 No Limit Hold’em Ante From Start Two-Day Event $400,000 Guaranteed
Event #23: $10 + $1 Pot Limit Omaha with Rebuys $75,000 Guaranteed
Sunday, December 20th
Event #24: $12 + $1 No Limit Hold’em Knockout $150,000 Guaranteed
MiniFTOPS XIV Main Event: $50 + $5 No Limit Hold’em $600,000 Guaranteed
If you’re not already a member of Full Tilt Poker join today so you can play in the Mini FTOPS and when you make your first deposit you can get a 100% bonus up to $600 dollars.

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