wilb77 is the Winner of Full Tilt's Online Poker Series Event 9

We’re on to Event #9 of the Full Tilt Online Poker Series (FTOPS) which was held on Sunday, November 8th at 14:00EST.
Event 9 was a $500 + $35 No Limit Hold’em Heads Up tourney.
There were a total of 1,024 players in the event creating a prize pool of $512,000 dollars, $12,000 dollars more then the guarantee for the event.
The host for the event was Full Tilt Poker Pro Scott Fischman.  The winner for Event #9 is willb77 with a $89,088 dollar payout.
Final Table Results:
1     willb77          $89,088.00
2     cczzarr         $53,248.00
3     biftaraf         $27,136.00
4     DuckU         $27,136.00
5     glogow         $14,336.00
6     whatariver1     $14,336.00
7     JBlaze20     $14,336.00
8     KevboyStar     $14,336.00
9     Grindarn     $7,680.00
New players are eligible for a new player bonus of 100% up to $600 dollars on their first deposit at Full Tilt.

Other news:   Championship Online Poker Series coming to BetOnline Poker

Poker News
Thousands More Full Tilt Petitioners Reunited With Their Funds
19 Feb 2021
The latest remaining remnants of Full Tilt Poker will be taken offline later this month on February 25. Since May 2016 Full Tilt Poker was available as a skin on the PokerStars network using its own branding, and sharing games, players, the rewards program and account system. The only real difference between the Full Tilt
20 May 2016
Its been more than 5 years since ‘Black-Friday laid the Full Tilt fiasco bare for all to see, whilst leaving thousands of players cut-off from funds they would be fortunate to see for at least another three years. On May 17th of 2016, Amaya Inc subsequently officially retired the Full Tilt platform by merging the
09 May 2016
Since Amaya announced earlier this year that PokerStars and Full Tilt would soon start sharing their player pools, all the necessary preparations have now been made and the merger is all set to be implemented on May 17th. The writing was already on the wall for Full Tilt at the end of 2015, however, after
17 Feb 2016
Before 2011, Full Tilt was second only to PokerStars as the world’s biggest online poker room, but the site soon dropped off the grid after Black-Friday followed by the player segregated fund scandal. In 2012, PokerStars subsequently acquired Full Tilt with the hope of restoring the site to its former glory, but it looks like