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Inaugural Full Tilt Classic Coming Up - Get Ready!

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Full Tilt is bringing more excitement and fun to your desktop this month with a new tournament series — the Full Tilt Classic! Sunday, February 15th, is the day that 16 events kick off to give you a shot at a variety of different games that run over eight days.

This new tournament series could become a massive parlay into the big bucks because of the unique opportunity to start with a small buy in and keep building. How is it unique? Start on February 15th and buy in to two tournaments for just $0.50. Each day the buy-ins increase for the two scheduled events. On February 16th the buy in is $1.00.

Every day the buy-ins grow larger until February 22nd, when the series will finish with a grand finale in the $100 buy-in Main Event, which has a $200,000 guarantee, along with a $100 Pot Limit Omaha event that packs a $20,000 guarantee!

Along with the ever-increasing size of the buy-ins, you'll have the opportunity to play in different poker formats every day — one No Limit Hold'em tournament and one tournament with a different format.

The great news gets better with the new series stuffed full of exciting opportunities. Play in any of the first 14 events and you'll have a free shot to play in the following day's Full Tilt Classic event. If you play a Full Tilt Classic No Limit Hold'em event, you will receive a ticket to play in the Classic Hold'em Freeroll; play in the other event and you will receive a ticket to the next day's Classic Freeroll. Get ready to take your seat in the freeroll at 10:00 am the day after the Full Tilt Classic event you played in if you're one of the 200 players to get a free seat in the event that runs later in the day.

More great news...satellite into any of the first 14 events and if you last the longest in the event you qualified for, Full tilt has a free ticket to the $100 buy-in Main Event waiting for you.

"The Full Tilt Classic has it all – deep-stack tournaments, a wide range of buy-ins, daily freerolls, and extra prizes that offer great value to players. It’s time for players to rediscover the joy of pure tournament action – the kind of events that got people playing poker in the first place," said Dominic Mansour, Full Tilt's Managing Director.

The Full Tilt Classic schedule:

Event #1Sun, Feb 15th13:30 ET$0.50No Limit Hold’em$1,000 
Event #2Sun, Feb 15th15:30 ET$0.50Fixed Limit Hold'em 6-Max$500 
Event #3Mon, Feb 16th13:30 ET$1No Limit Hold’em$2,000 
Event #4Mon, Feb 16th15:30 ET$1Fixed Limit Omaha Hi/Lo$1,000 
Event #5Tue, Feb 17th13:30 ET$2.50No Limit Hold’em 6-Max$5,000 
Event #6Tue, Feb 17th15:30 ET$2.50Pot Limit 5-Card Draw 6-Max$2,500 
Event #7Wed, Feb 18th13:30 ET$5No Limit Hold’em$7,500 
Event #8Wed, Feb 18th15:30 ET$5Stud Hi/Lo$3,000 
Event #9Thu, Feb 19th13:30 ET$10No Limit Hold’em 6-Max$10,000 
Event #10Thu, Feb 19th15:30 ET$10Fixed Limit 2-7 Triple Draw 6-Max$5,000 
Event #11Fri, Feb 20th13:30 ET$25No Limit Hold’em$20,000 
Event #12Fri, Feb 20th15:30 ET$25Pot Limit Omaha Hi/Lo 6-Max$10,000 
Event #13Sat, Feb 21st13:30 ET$50No Limit Hold’em$25,000 
Event #14Sat, Feb 21st15:30 ET$50Razz 6-Max$10,000 
Main EventSun, Feb 22nd13:30 ET$100No Limit Hold’em$200,000 
Event #15Sun, Feb 22nd15:30 ET$100Pot Limit Omaha 6-Max$20,000 

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