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Titan Poker writes SITnGo History

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The bad news is that Titan Poker isn't open to Americans. All of you US players can join the PPA and make your voices heard so that we have choices in picking an online site. The good news is that not only is Titan Poker running free rolls to the PokerNews Cup, they are also etching a milestone in history by being the first online site, first time ever, to host the wealthiest, online SITnGO tournament, The Tournament Titan.

Titan Poker started with 20 spots for The Tournament Titan, 18 are already filled. And obviously we all know basic math - that leaves two, TWO seats left to fill from now until December 8th.

In order to play in the $1M worth of prizes SitNGo, you MUST be a ‘Gold' or higher VIP Player (The Tournament Titan is only open to VIP Players 3, 4, 5, and 6), and you MUST collect Titan Poker Points . Titan Poker Points are earned by playing in Titan's ring games and tournaments. Finish first by collecting the most Titan Points during one of the two remaining Tournament Titan Points Races, and you're in. The dates of the Races are September 9 through October 31st and November 1st through December 5th.

Winning the Titan Poker Points race automatically puts you in to a seat worth at least $25K in The Tournament Titan. The Tournament Titan takes place at 15:00 GMT on Saturday, December 8th, 2007.

Don't miss the opportunity to take a seat in The Tournament Titan, download the software now and start playing the game. And don't forget to enter "POKERWORKS" in the bonus code - deposit $50 and you'll receive a free $50 from Titan Poker .

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