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Go For the Gold in the $50,000 Fort Knox Jackpot Sit n’ Gos at Titan Poker

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The Winter Olympics may be over in Vancouver but that doesn't mean you can't still go for the gold in Titan Poker's Fort Knox Jackpot Sit n’Gos! And with $50,000 up for grabs, who needs a gold medal to hang around your neck anyway?

Take your shot at winning the gold when you play at Titan Poker and crack the progressive jackpot when you win six or more tournaments in a row. Accomplish that feat and you will walk away with at least $50,000 but since the jackpot keeps growing and growing the sky is the limit on just how much you could win!

The Fort Knox tournament is a six-player, $50 + $9 Sit n’ Go tournament that begins just as soon as six players sit down at the table. However, this tournament is much more than a regular Sit n’Go, because when you manage to win six tournaments in a row, you will win not only the regular tournament prize, but also receive the highly sought after Fort Knox Jackpot prize!

The initial Fort Knox Jackpot prize is set at $50,000 and the pot of gold increases by $10,000 per week, starting with the second week, until the grand prize is won! That means that since the Titan Poker Fort Knox Jackpot is progressive, and grows bigger every week until someone claims it, there is no telling how much you could win. In addition, when you come close to getting the gold but don’t quite make it, there is a consolation prize as well. Just finish in second place in six consecutive Fort Knox Jackpot Sit n’Go tournaments, you will be entitled to a piece of at least $750!

The folks at Titan Poker willingly admit that it’s not easy to win the Fort Knox Jackpot, but it CAN be done. And if you don't believe it, just ask the latest Fort Knox Progressive Jackpot winner, Ugo Torre from Italy. Torre plays at Titan Poker under the nickname "campusgold" and he definitely lived up to the latter half of his nickname when he won a whopping $290,000 for taking down six Fort Knox Sit n’Go Tournaments in a row in January! Regarding his accomplishment, Torre said, “Joining is nice, but to win? This is like another world! I wish for all you players to try my joy and satisfaction with Titan Poker.”

Prior to Torre’s huge win, the Fort Knox Jackpot had been on the rise for quite some time which was most likely due to the 2006 triple payouts that happened over just a 12 day span. It all began when Titan Poker player “bigslickd” won his share of the Fort Knox gold on April 12th without even ever making his first deposit into his Titan Poker account! Talk about luck, “bigslickd” jumped in the Titan Poker action after a receiving a small bonus and from there, he proceeded to win six consecutive Fort Knox Jackpot Sit n’ Go tournaments and walked away with a whopping $100,000 jackpot! Now that is the way to parlay a first deposit bonus into a big payday!

Then just a mere six days later, “skinlips,” who earns a modest annual income of $35,000 as a Houston firefighter, won his $100,000 on April 18th and close behind was Titan Poker player ‘TripleHelix6’ from the UK who grounded out the winning trio when he claimed his $100,000 Fort Knox Jackpot on April 24th.

Will you be the next Fort Knox Jackpot Sit n’ Go winner? See if you have what it takes to join the winner circle by playing today at Titan Poker!

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