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  • Full Tilt Online Poker Series Event #1 Results

    Monday, April 26th, 2010 by t2admin

The Full Tilt Online Poker Series is in full swing and players has been showing up to compete, though some of the events that have completed did not meet their guarantees. The first event was a $200 no limit hold’em tournament which had a guaranteed prize pool of $750,000. This tournament had 3,673 players competing but it fell short of the guaranteed prize pool by $15,400.

Like all FTOPS events, this one was of course hosted by a Full Tilt Poker pro. Allen Cunningham would kick off the series by hosting the first event. Cunningham is an impressive poker pro as he has won five World Series of Poker bracelets.

The final table of event #1 had several well known players competing. Former FTOPS winners, Players of the Series and online pros made up the final table. Players included: Kavin86, BRO20, James Page, Jonathan Tamayo, Frank Peelen and Bruno Stefanelli.

In the end it would be Frank ‘E-Cart7’ Peelen and BRO20 who would make it to heads up play during the tournament. When driverseati went out in third place E-Cart7 had earned a good bit of chips but BRO20 would remain in the lead. It would take about twenty hands before the winner would be decided.

E-Carl7 doubled up when he got a straight on the board but BRO20 retained the chip lead. Just a few hands later BRO20 was all in with pocket tens to E-Cart7’s A-10. The kings held up and BRO20 would earn the first place win and a gold jersey.

Final Results:
1st: BRO20 ($134,250)
2nd: Frank “E-Cart7” Peelen ($93,000)
3rd: Jonathan “driverseati” Tamayo ($66,600)
4th: James “bob2bob” Page($49,500)
5th: Kavin86 ($36,750)
6th: Agentu23 ($25,500)
7th: mymuckyourluck ($17,250)
8th: Bruno Stefanelli ($12,000)
9th: GoldenGaze1 ($8,250)

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