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Over $3.4 Mil Won During Full Tilt Poker’s MiniFTOPS XXIV

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Jan/22/2014
Over $3.4 Mil Won During Full Tilt Poker’s MiniFTOPS XXIV

Onchan, Isle of Man – Full Tilt Poker’s MiniFTOPS XXIV came to a close last weekend, with more than $1,500,000 in prize money awarded in its last three days alone. In total, players won over $3,400,000 across 39 MiniFTOPS XXIV events.

Fifteen days of action culminated on Sunday, as 10,459 players battled it out for their share of the Main Event’s $750,000 guarantee. Winning more than $115,000, “Koller67” took the title of Main Event champion and was the Series’ biggest winner.

Earning a massive 565 points on the MiniFTOPS XXIV Leaderboard, “Jazzer32” was confirmed as the first player to win Black Card Pro sponsorship via MiniFTOPS. The victorious player will now represent Full Tilt Poker for six months and will receive a host of benefits, including 100% cash back as well as the choice of a clearable $20,000 bonus or $20,000 in FTOPS and MiniFTOPS buy-ins.

Another Series highlight, the $2,100 Two-Day Event, played out last weekend. Of the 2,288 players who took part, “RoccoPa” came out on top to score an impressive $93,000 from a total prize pool of $457,000.

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