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2014 Full Tilt Micro Turbo Online Poker Series To Offer Over $1Million In Prize Money

Written By: Maya Michaels | May 13, 2014 | Posted In Poker News

The Full Tilt Poker Micro Turbo Online Poker Series (MTOPS) is less than two weeks away now, and this years event features 75 low stake tournaments that come with prize money in excess of $1million.

This years MTOPS promises to be the biggest and best yet with 75 tournaments crammed into 15 days of fast flowing poker action, with the action getting underway on Sunday 25th May with the $50,000 NL Hold’em freeroll. Other notable events include the $25,000 guaranteed £3.30 Turbo Rush Rebuy and the $30,000 guaranteed Super Turbo Rebuy, with the Main Event being the $400,000 NL Hold’em Turbo Multi-Day Event, an event that features a host of Day 1’s.

The Main Event gets underway on Sunday 1st June, with Day 2 not starting until a week later so there is plenty of time to qualify as all events are multi-entry. As with all major tournaments at Full Tilt there is something for everyone with rebuys, 6 Max, Omaha Fixed Limit, Stud and 2-7 triple Draw Events being available throughout the two weeks, and with entries from as little as $0.55 each and every event is sure to attract huge fields. If you prefer you can qualify for as little as $0.01 as satellites are already up and running, or you can even qualify for free by using your Full Tilt Poker Points.

As well as huge prize money being made available Full Tilt are offering a host of other prizes too throughout the 15 days of action, with $100 bounties on offer for knocking out Full Tilt Pros. Also if you reach the final table of any tournament you will receive a MTOPS T-shirt, and if you go onto win anyone of the 75 events a free MTOPS Hoodie will be yours too.

So what are you waiting for head on over to Full Tilt Poker now and grab yourself your seat in anyone of the 75 MTOPS events, in what is sure to be some of the most fast and furious poker action seen so far in 2014.

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