Full Tilt Poker Allows Players to Pick an Event on Schedule Via MyFTOPS

Full Tilt Poker Allows Players to Pick an Event on Schedule Via MyFTOPS 0001

The FTOPS XXV will run from March 30th through April 13th. In anticipation of a great series, Full Tilt Poker is allowing players to pick an event they want included on the FTOPS schedule with MyFTOPS.

MyFTOPS, which runs now through Sunday, March 2nd, allows players to vote between 10 different tournament formats. Whichever event receives the most votes will then be added to the FTOPS XXV schedule as Event #25, beginning at 14:00 ET on Thursday, April 10th and featuring a guaranteed prize pool of $25,000. Likewise, the same event will be added to the MiniFTOPS XXV — which runs from April 20th through May 4th — and will feature a guaranteed prize pool of $7,500 and kick off on Thursday, May 1st at 14:00 ET.

In addition, those who submit their Player ID when they vote will be entered into a drawing to win one of two tickets to the winning event. Here’s a look at the 10 events on the ballot:

PL Omaha H/LFull Ring - Slow - KO
PL Omaha6-Max - Super Turbo - 3xMET, Rush, KO
PL OmahaHeads-Up - Slow
PL Irish6-Max - Turbo - Big KO (25% of buy-in)
NL Hold'em6-Max Escalator
PL HA6-Max - Slow - Double Chance
PL Courchevel6-Max - Turbo - Triple Chance
NL Hold'em6-Max - Super Turbo - 3xMET, Rush, KO
FL StudFull Ring - Slow Structure
FL 2-7 Triple Draw6-Max - Slow Structure

Click here to cast your vote today!

As of this writing, the NL Hold'em 6-Max Escalator was leading with 30% of the vote. The next closest, with 24% of the vote, was PL Omaha H/L Full Ring - Slow – KO.

Finally, the player that tops the FTOPS XXV Leaderboard will win a four-month Black Card Pro Sponsorship, starting on Thursday, May 1st. Black Card Pro sponsored players receive 100% cash back and the choice of a clearable $10,000 bonus or $12,000 in FTOPS buy-ins. For a look at the FTOPS XXV schedule, click here.

The winning MyFTOPS event will be revealed on Monday, March 3rd, and you can cast your vote by clicking here.

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