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Multi-Entry Tournaments: $1.5M Guarantee Runs On Sunday Plus The Big Little Tournament Goes Weekly At Full Tilt Poker.

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Due to the phenomenal success of Full Tilt Poker's exclusive Multi-Entry Tournament format, the online poker room is adding extra Multi-Entry Tournaments to its March schedule. Multi-Entry Tournaments feature a unique tournament format exclusive to Full Tilt Poker and they are available in a variety of different tournament formats, including Rush Poker, Knockout and Rebuy variants.

The events allow you to register for the same tournament numerous times, meaning you can "multi-table" a single tournament! Each of your entries in a Multi-Entry Tournament will have its own chip stack and be dealt its own hand. This month, Full Tilt Poker's enhanced schedule will include:

On Sunday, March 6th, Full Tilt Poker is doubling the $750K Sunday Guarantee - the site's biggest weekly guarantee tournament - and converting it to Multi-Entry format. Players can buy-in directly to the $1,500,000 Guarantee tournament that begins at 17:00 ET for $200 + $16, or earn their shot at the monster prize pool through satellite tournaments, which are running now, from just $3 + $0.30.

Featuring 5,000 starting chips for each player and late registration through level 10, the $750K Guarantee is the flagship tournament of the Big Money Sundays schedule. Win extra seats to the $750K Sunday Guarantee to take part in our $750K Guarantee Satellite Challenge.

The Big Little Tournament has been converted to a weekly Multi-Entry Tournament, running every Sunday throughout March, with a guaranteed prize pool of $100,000. The Texas Hold'em tournament begins at 12:30 ET on March 6th, then 11:30 ET for the remainder of the month. Players can buy in directly for $2 + $0.20 per entry, or satellite their way in for as little as $0.05. The Big Little Satellites are running now. The next Big Little Tournament takes place every Sunday in March and features a buy-in of $2 + $0.20. With a guaranteed first-place prize of $9,000, the Big Little Tournament is your chance to turn a small buy-in into a huge score.

Multi-Entry Tournaments have been a huge hit with players at all levels since being launched at Full Tilt Poker in January 2011, producing record-breaking prize pools and giving entrants more shots at taking down a big payday. This unique twist on the traditional poker tournament format lets online players enter up to 6 times each, with every entry having its own chip stack and dealt its own hand.

About Full Tilt Poker
Full Tilt Pokerâ„¢ is the host of a worldwide virtual poker cardroom service. It is not in the business of betting or wagering and does not participate in the games as a player. It merely provides a service to those who wish to test their skills against others for fun, prizes or money. It is duly regulated and licensed by the Alderney Gambling Control Commission. With innovative graphics, great customer service and a safe, secure interface, the gaming software is geared to enhance and personalize the online poker experience. New members can visit Full Tilt Poker, download free software and be eligible for the 100% Deposit Bonus up to $600 free on your first deposit. Start playing at any of the real-money games, Sit & Gos, or tournaments, and you'll start earning Full Tilt Points. And as your points total grows, the free cash will be put in your account.

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