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Full Tilt MiniFTOPS XXV Kicks Off Sunday, April 20

Online poker players on a low budget are gearing up for Full Tilt’s MiniFTOPS XXV that begins Sunday and promises to pay out $2 million over 31 events.

Running through Sunday, May 4, players adept at navigating their way through large playing fields while risking minimal cash can find themselves in line for paydays that are far from “mini.” That includes the series’ Main Event on Sunday, May 4 that guarantees $600,000 in cash to players who land in-the-money.

MiniFTOPS XXV gives players the opportunity to play for great prize pools in a wide variety of exciting events,” said FTP’s Head of Marketing, Sarne Lightman. “With more than $2 million guaranteed, the fields will be big and the prizes even bigger!”

The festival gets underway at 13:00 ET on Sunday, April 20 with $150,000 up for grabs in Event #1, a No-Limit Hold’em Re-entry tournament that costs $22 to enter. Another featured event with a large prize pool is slated for Sunday, April 27 where a $33 buy-in gives you a shot at a $200,000 prize pool.

Full Tilt’s MiniFTOPS XXV offers the same events as FTOPS XXV that concluded on April 13, scaled down to 1/10th the buy-ins. If those entry fees are still a bit pricey, there are satellites running now for all the events where a seat can be won for as low as $0.05. There’s also the option of making a huge score by risking as little as 25 Full Tilt Points.

A leaderboard race also accompanies the series, with a Black Card Pro sponsorship contract and avatar reserved for the MiniFTOPS XXV Leaderboard winner. In addition, that four-month contract comes with 100% cashback for the duration of the contract as well as the option of either a clearable bonus of $10,000 or $12,000 in FTOPS buy-ins.

There’s nothing more exciting in poker than parlaying a small investment into a big score. Opportunities to do exactly that are available for 15 straight days beginning Sunday at Full Tilt Poker.



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Charles Rettmuller

Charles has been an avid poker player for a number of years, both live and online. He holds a degree in journalism and previously worked as a reporter for a Chicago-based newspaper. Charles joined the PokerUpdate team in early 2012 and writes daily news articles for the site.