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  • Full Tilt Poker Sunday Tournament Report – November 7th

    Monday, November 8th, 2010 by t2admin

Full Tilt Poker was very lively this Sunday and I hope you didn’t miss out on all of the action. Thousands of players entered into the three major tournaments held at Full Tilt this Sunday and none of the events closed with an overlay. A couple familiar names ended up having a great day including Annette Obrestad, who almost took down the Full Tilt Sunday Mulligan. If you want to play against Obrestad and other professional poker players, Full Tilt is probably the best place to play poker. Tons of big name pros play on Full Tilt Poker exclusively and many of them compete weekly in the big guaranteed tournaments.

Full Tilt Sunday Mulligan

• Entrants – 1197 / Prize Pool – $239,400

The Sunday Mulligan at Full Tilt Poker this weekend was dominated by a couple familiar names. Brad Augsburger won 1st place and won $52,668 while Annette Obrestad took 2nd place for $33,516. Both players had a great tournament and I’m sure it won’t be the last time you see these two names in our weekly reports. LittleBigFat won 3rd place and took down almost $25K. With only about 1200 players in the tournament, this is probably one of the best Sunday Majors for mediocre MTT players.

Full Tilt Sunday Brawl

• Entrants – 2881 / Prize Pool – $576,200

There were tons of players in the Sunday Brawl this weekend and the action was incredible. There were no deals made on the final table, which meant 1st place was taking home over $100K. With so many players in the event, quite a few make a bit of money, which makes the Sunday Brawl a great event to play in. This week the title and $116K 1st place prize went to Daniel Strelitz. AverageHoe won 2nd place ($75K) and third place was taken down by uRuGwa1 this weekend, which was worth $55K.

Full Tilt $750K Guarantee

• Entrants – 4085 / Prize Pool – $817,000

There is no doubt that the $750K Guarantee is the cream of the crop when it comes to poker tournaments at Full Tilt Poker. This event always attracts several Full Tilt Pros and thousands of online poker players trying to win a life-changing amount of money. The buy-in is $200+$16, but there are tons of satellite tournaments held weekly where you can win a seat for a lot less then the $216 it would normally cost. This week there was no deal made in the tournament, which meant the prize was huge for 1st place. Salue ended up winning the $750K Guarantee this weekend and earned $144K. Artistic82 won 2nd place ($87K) and A1THINKTWICE won 3rd place this weekend ($57K).




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