Full Tilt $25K Heads Up World Championship on Saturday

The $25,000 dollars Heads Up PLO World Championship second round is going to happen on Saturday, November 21st at 3pm at Full Tilt Poker.
You can expect a lot of poker pro’s to log on for the event, including, Patrik Antonius, Phil Ivey and more.
Full Tilt is going to be running satellite qualifiers for the event so you can win your seat into the tourney without having to pay a bundle.  You don’t have much time however because this tournament has a cap of only 64 players.
If you don’t make it into the Heads Up Event there is still time to win a Espana prize package.  The Espana Series starts on December 3rd and the guaranteed prize pool is already over $800,000 dollars.
New players are eligible for a new player bonus of 100% up to $600 dollars on their first deposit.

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