FTOPS Event 2 Winner RymesWOrange

The Full Tilt Online Poker Series XIV is well underway and while the 1st event had an overlay the second event not only met the guaranteed prize pool amount but went over.
The 2nd event in the FTOPS was held on Thursday, November 5th at 14:00EST.  The $200 + $16 buyin No Limit Hold’em $150,000 dollar guarantee with 6 person max hosted by Full Tilt Pro David Chiu.  The event drew in 838 players to create a $167,000 dollar prize pool.
The winner was RymesWOrange  who took home $25,782 dollars for his first place finish.
Final Table Results are Below
1    RymesWOrange      $35,782.60
2     St3phenHendry     $23,464.00
3     Randers               $16,760.00
4     7PRS                   $12,737.60
5     jhksauser             $9,050.40
6     real-nic                5,782.20
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