FTOPS Returns On March 15 with Over $4 Million in Guarantees

FTOPS XXVIII

Poker players around the world are anxiously awaiting the return of another exciting edition of the Full Tilt Online Poker Series (FTOPS).

FTOPS XXVIII is the highlight of the March online poker schedule, and the series is ready to set Full Tilt's tables ablaze starting Sunday, March 15, 2015.

The upcoming FTOPS takes place from March 15-29, featuring 35 events with $4 million in guaranteed prizes to be awarded to the winners. The series builds up its excitement for two weeks leading up to the $1,000 Main Event on March 29 at 13:30 ET, and this event boasts a mouth-watering $1 million prize pool.

There is plenty of no-limit hold'em action including the $250 reentry opening event on March 15 at 13:30 ET. However, there is also a great number of events on the schedule for players that enjoy other poker formats including H.O.R.S.E., pot-limit Omaha, pot-limit Omaha hi-lo, six-card Omaha, seven-card stud hi-lo, and razz.

To satisfy players that love variety, the schedule also features two mixed-game events, one with a 10-game format on March 19 and another with a 25-game format on March 27. Formats of these events vary as well, with multi-entry, triple-chance, and multi-day tournaments all on the slate.

On top of all the huge prizes available in each FTOPS event, players will also battle for a gold FTOPS jersey as well as gold-jersey avatars that will be awarded to each tournament winner. As is usually the case, Full Tilt will once again feature a special FTOPS leaderboard with the winner being handsomely rewarded with a Black Card sponsorship providing him or her a full four months worth of 100-percent rakeback on play.

Buy-ins for the FTOPS start at $100. Full Tilt is also accommodating lower-limit players by hosting plenty of satellites starting at $0.11 or 100 Full Tilt Points, allowing just about any player to take part in this poker festival and have a shot at big money.

Here is a look at the entire FTOPS XXVIII schedule.

FTOPS XXVIII Schedule

EventDateTime (ET)GameTypeBuy-inGuaranteed Prize Pool
1Sunday, March 1513:30NL Hold'emReentry$250$350,000
2 15:30NL Hold'em8-Max$500$150,000
3Monday, March 1612:30NL Hold'em6-Max Megastack$100$50,000
4 14:30Fixed H.O.R.S.E.Full Ring$250$25,000
5 16:30NL Hold'emTurbo Rush$250$70,000
6Tuesday, March 1712:30PL Omaha H/L6-Max$250$30,000
7 14:30NL Hold'em6-Max$500$75,000
8 16:30NL Hold'emMulti-Entry Flipout$100$50,000
9Wednesday, March 1812:30NL Hold'em5-Max$100$50,000
10 14:30Fixed Hold'em8-Max$250$20,000
11Thursday, March 1912:30Mixed 10-Game6-Max Multi-Entry$500$50,000
12 14:30NL Hold'emHeads-Up$100$20,000
13Friday, March 2012:30Fixed 7-Stud Hi/LoFull Ring$250$20,000
14 14:30NL Hold'emRebuy Rush$100$75,000
15Saturday, March 2112:30NL Hold'emMulti-Day$2,500$350,000
16 14:30PL Omaha6-Max Triple Chance$500$60,000
17Sunday, March 2211:30NL Hold'emKnockout$250$200,000
18 13:30NL Hold'emReentry$500350,000
19 15:30NL Hold'emRebuy$100$100,000
20Monday, March 2312:30NL Hold'em8-Max$250$75,000
21 14:30Fixed RazzFull Ring$500$25,000
22 16:30NL Hold'emFull Ring$250$60,000
23Tuesday, March 2412:30NL Omaha H/L6-Max$250$30,000
24 14:30NL Hold'emFull Ring$500$100,000
25 16:30NL Hold'emSuper Turbo Knockout$250$75,000
26Wednesday, March 2512:30PL 6-Card Omaha6-Max$250$35,000
27 14:30NL Hold'emRebuy$100$75,000
28Thursday, March 2612:30NL Hold'em4-Max$250$50,000
29 14:30PL HA8-Max$250$25,000
30Friday March 2712:30Mixed 25-Game6-Max Reentry$250$25,000
31 14:30NL Hold'em1 Rebuy, 1 Add-On$100$50,000
32Saturday, March 2812:30PL OmahaRush$250$40,000
33 14:30NL Hold'emTurbo 5-Max$100$40,000
34Sunday, March 2911:30NL Hold'emFull Ring$250$200,000
Main Event 13:30NL Hold'emReentry$1,000$1,000,000

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