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MiniFTOPS XXVII Underway With $1.25 Million in Guaranteed Prizes

MiniFTOPS XXVII Underway With $1.25 Million in Guaranteed Prizes 0001

The excitement is already building in 2015 at Full Tilt thanks to the 27th edition of the Mini Full Tilt Online Poker Series (MiniFTOPS) which kicked off Sunday with a $22 event. Full Tilt poker player "theoutflopped" already earned himself a big payday by winning the first event for $19,302!

If you missed out on the first event, there are still many more to come as the series runs from Jan. 4 to Jan. 18 featuring a total guaranteed prize pool of $1.25 million.

The series boasts 28 reasonably priced events in just about any game or any format you can think of. For example, Monday's events include the $11 buy-in No Limit Hold'em Turbo Multi-Day tournament with a $50,000 guaranteed prize pool, a $22 buy-in Pot Limit 6 Card Omaha Hi 6-Max event with a $10,000 guaranteed prize pool, and a $22 No Limit Hold'em Rush Turbo tournament with a $20,000.

The two events on just about every online poker pro's calendar are the $215 buy-in two-day no-limit hold'em tournament with a $125,000 guaranteed prize pool starting on Jan. 17, and the $75 buy-in Main Event on Jan. 18 with a huge $400,000 guaranteed prize pool.

Players can satellite into all the events on the MiniFTOPS schedule including the events on tap for today and the two big tournaments at the end of the series. Everyone will have a chance to play in all the events regardless of how big or small their bankroll is.

"With buy-ins starting at $5.50 and satellites running from as little as $0.05, MiniFTOPS is a great opportunity for Full Tilt players to get some extra bang for their buck," said Dominic Mansour, Managing Director at Full Tilt.

Click here to open the full schedule of MiniFTOPS XXVII and discover the details of all the events included in the series.

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