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    Sunday, October 18th, 2009 by t2admin

This past Sunday two of Full Tilt Poker’s Big Money Sunday tournaments had more than $300,000 added to the total prize pools. The players were out in full force and both The Sunday Brawl and the $1 Million Guarantee had a nice turnout which resulted in increased prize pools.

The $1 Million Guarantee tournament has a buy-in of $500 plus $35 and with 2,326 players competing, the prize pool was increased by $163,000. This of course created a prize pool of $1,163,000 and 351 players earned a pay day.

During this tournament the top two players decided to chop the pot. Online player’s krasark and Vivek Rajkumar both agreed to chop the pot and the rest of the money would go to the eventual winner. Well it was Vivek who earned the win so the top prize went to him.

Final Results:
Vivek Rajkumar – $180,000
krasark – $164,306 *2-way chop
bdubs3737 – $85,713
tyme2gamb0l111 – $68,384
aheggem – $51,754
bedias – $37,216
thugmoneymkr – $27,331
smokrokbyflock – $21,399
psutennis1 – $16,282

The Sunday Brawl was a totally different story. This tournament has a buy-in of $240 plus 16 and $40 goes to the knockout bounty. 2,606 players entered which created an increase of $171,200! The prize pool is a guaranteed $350,000 but this extra cash knocked the prize pool up to $521,200 and 279 spots were paid.
The top prize was just over $100,000 and over $30,000 more than second place so when heads up play began both players were going to fight hard for the first place finish. Both YrrsiN and pez102 looked good during heads up play but the game could only have one winner. On the final hand pez102’s cards held up and he was able to knock YrrsiN out of the competition.

Final Results:
pez102 – $105,804
YrrsiN – $68,277
XXJNRXX – $50,556
DonT11 – $38,048
Sammy Siam A – $26,581
jse81 – $17,721
Vluff S4S – $11,988
Irv Gotti – $8,339
chinchati27 – $6,254




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