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Full Tilt Fever: The Million Dollar Cash Game

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The site with the singular most impressive lineup of pros is sponsoring a cash game with the same type of sensational roster. Full Tilt Poker is the name behind the third season of the Million Dollar Cash Game, and the actual cash game is being taped in London this week for broadcast in January.

The lineup of pros attending the third installment of the Million Dollar Cash Game was recently announced, and it includes names like Chris Ferguson, Phil Ivey, Allen Cunningham, Gus Hansen, Patrik Antonius, Phil Hellmuth, Mike Matusow, Erick Lindgren , Andy Bloch, Eli Elezra, Tom Dwan, and Tony G. Other pros who are on the schedule to attend but have not confirmed their attendance as of yet are Doyle Brunson and David Benyamine.

The players listed above will take their seats at a cash game table in London this week with a minimum of $180,000 of their own money to compete in a format that many are more than familiar with – the cash game setting. All of the action will be captured by the television cameras of production company Emblaze Productions to be aired on Sky Sports in January of 2009. The public will be able to see all of the big hands, enormous pots, and table talk that accompanies the highest limit cash games in the world.

Founder and Managing Director of Emblaze James Hopkins noted, “We are delighted that Full Tilt Poker has continued to sponsor this unique high stakes cash game.”

Full Tilt Poker is the key to this highly successful game and television program, as many of the pros attending are members of Team Full Tilt and the Full Tilt Pro roster of the popular online poker site. Not only that, but those same names – Antonius, Lindgren, Ferguson, etc. – are the same ones that players will find playing on Full Tilt Poker. Whether it be in tournaments or cash games, and no matter the level, all players on the site are welcome to join them to play or simply watch and ask questions. It is one of the many things that make Full Tilt such a player-friendly site and a welcoming one of players at all stages of their game.

Full Tilt Poker often boasts in commercials and ads that you can “learn, chat, and play with the pros,” and there is truth in that advertising. And what it really means is that any player – yes, that includes you – has the opportunity to improve their game by leaps and bounds by learning directly from those who have made very successful careers from the game of poker. Through watching the best on a site like Full Tilt Poker, the potential to take your game to an entirely new level is only a few mouse clicks away.

While the aforementioned pros will be playing serious poker for high stakes in London this week, it might be time to get serious about your own game. Download Full Tilt Poker now to get started. And use the bonus code “POKERWORKS” when making that first deposit to get a 100% bonus on any dollar amount up to $600.

Why let the Full Tilt Poker Pros have all the fun? Sign up to start playing on the site now, and you might be that next person to look across the table and exchange stares – and money – with Phil Ivey.

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