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Win a seat to play with the stars through 888 Poker

888.com is offering its poker players a once in a lifetime opportunity by putting up one seat for the Cannes Charity Poker event.  Here they will get to play alongside some famous A-list celebrities, as well as some super-rich charity donators. Two stars already...

UFman2 Wins Full-Tilt-Poker FTOPS XI Event 17

FTOPS XI continued yesterday night with Event #17, the 6-max rebuy and addon tournament. The tournament had a guaranteed prize pool of $1,000,000 and with a great turnout and lots of rebuys, it managed to surpass that by over $175,000. There were 1,091 entrants to the...

Ziigmunds $250k Day on Omaha Tables

All the high stakes action was on the Omaha tables yesterday, where Omaha specialist Ziigmund managed to pick up slightly over a quarter million dollars. There was even several heads up matches between Ziigmund and Full Tilt red pro Brian Hastings (who has proved his...

Antonius Destroys the Tables Again

Patrik Antonius continued an amazing November this weekend as he netted almost half a million dollars between Friday and Sunday on the Hold’em and Omaha tables at Full Tilt Poker. Aside from picking up almost $500k, Antonius also showed that he may well be the...

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FTOPS X event #19, a $216 NL Hold’em event with $400k guaranteed, ran today. It was hosted by Kelly Kim who is fresh off his 8th place finish at the WSOP main event. With 2526 entries, the tournament far exceeded its guarantee, topping out at just over $500k. Almost...

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FTOPS X continued Tuesday with Event #14, the $216 no limit hold’em turbo event. Almost 40 sponsored Full Tilt pros showed up for the event and with 2583 entrants the event cleared its $500k guarantee by a little over $16k. Players started with only 2000 chips, and...

High Stakes Rail – Friday Night Action

On Friday night, there was once again an action filled night at the Full Tilt Poker high stakes tables. This time there were no huge winners, but they still managed to stir up some big pots. Phil Ivey, David Benyamine, and Sami “LarsLuzak” Kelopuro were the only three...