FTOPS XIV Gets Underway Tomorrow

The Full Tilt Online Poker Series (FTOPS) XIV kicks off tomorrow with the 1st of 25 events.  This year’s series has more then three times the events that then of the first FTOPS  in 2006 when their were only just eight events.
The FTOPS XIV is going to have a total $16 million dollars in prizes that will be awarded over 12 days.  A large chunk of the $16 million is going to be awarded in the Main Event where the 1st place winner is going to be taking home at least $2.5 million dollars.
But you won’t have to take 1st place in the events to get a prize, all players that make the final table in all of the events will get a limited edition Full Tilt Online Poker Series jacket so they can brag without having to say a word.
Those that win an event will get to coordinate their FTOPS jacket with an exclusive gold FTOPS jersey and when their online they can sport their new jersey avatar and the player that finishes on top of the FTOPS XIV leader board will receive a custom made avatar and almost $7,500 dollars of buyin’s to future events as part of their prize.
This season of FTOPS is going to have a vast line up of events including No Limit Hold’em, HORSE and more.  Each event is going to be hosted by a Full Tilt pro, such as, Phil Gordon, Erick Lindgren, Jennifer Harman, Nick Schulman, Andy Bloch and more.
FTOPS XIV Schedule:
Event No.     Game     Buy-In     Guarantee     Host
1     NL Hold’em 6-Max     $200+$16     $1,000,000     TBA
2     7-Game 6-Max     $200+$16     $150,000     David Chiu
3     NL Hold’em Shootout     $500+$35     $300,000     Eric Liu
4     NL Hold’em 1R1A     $200+$16     $600,000     Andy Black
5     Stud 8/ob     $200+$16     $100,000     Jennifer Harman
6     PL Omaha 6-Max     $500+$35     $350,000     TBA
7     NL Hold’em Rebuys     $100+$9     $600,000     Bruno Stefanelli
8     NL Hold’em KO 6-Max     $240+$16     $800,000     Maxi Muller
9     NL Hold’em Heads Up     $500+$35     $500,000     TBA
10     NL Hold’em     $300+$22     $1,500,000     Phil Gordon
11     PL Omaha 8/ob     $200+$16     $200,000     TBA
12     NL Hold’em 6-Max     $1,000+$60     $1,500,000     Erick Lindgren
13     NL Hold’em Shootout 6-Max     $300+$22     $300,000     David Pham
14     H.O.R.S.E.     $500+$35     $300,000     Huck Seed
15     NL Hold’em Turbo     $200+$16     $500,000     Brandon Adams
16     PL Omaha KO     $240+$16     $200,000     Robert Williamson III
17     NL Hold’em Rebuys 6-Max     $300+$22     $1,000,000     Isaac Baron
18     NL Hold’em Cashout     $200+$16     $150,000     TBA
19     Limit Hold’em 6-Max     $200+$16     $150,000     Greg Mueller
20     NL Hold’em     $200+$16     $400,000     Andy Bloch
21     Razz 6-Max     $300+$22     $150,000     Nick Schulman
22     NL Hold’em Ante     $2,500+$120     $2,000,000     TBA
23     PL Omaha Rebuys     $100+$9     $400,000     Josh Arieh
24     NL Hold’em KO     $120+$9     $800,000     Steven Begleiter
Main Event     NL Hold’em     $500+$35     $2,500,000     To Be Announced
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