FTOPS XIV 1st Event Winner is s00tedj0kers89

This year’s Full Tilt Online Poker Series (FTOPS) is under way and the 1st event was played today.  The 1st event was the $200 + $16 buyin $1 million guaranteed No Limit 6 person Freeze Out Tournament.
Each event in the series is going to have a host and the host will be different Full Tilt Poker Pros.  The first pro to host one of the FTOPS XIV events was Allen Cunningham.
Full Tilt Pro Allen Cunningham has five World Series of Poker bracelets and he also finished in fourth place at the 2006 Main Event.  Also at the 1st  event were 29 other Full Tilt Red Pros.
In all there were 4,694 players in the event which meant that the tournament failed to meet it’s guarantee and a large overlay was created. The event needed 5,000 players to create the $1 million dollar prize pool.  Full Tilt ended up having to pony up $61,200 dollars to meet the guarantee.
In all 600 players would make it to the money and taking 1st place was s00tedj0kers89 with a $120,000 dollar win. You could be one of the next players to win but you have to be a member to win so join today and get up to a $600 dollar bonus.

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