FTOPS XXII Schedule Released Featuring $2m GTD Main Event

Gus Hansen
Full Tilt pro Gus Hansen

FTOPS XXII will run March 17-31 with 38 events according to a schedule released by Full Tilt Poker this week.

Buy-ins will range from $109 to $2,100 with a variety of poker games including Hold’em, PLO, Razz, HORSE and Seven-Card Stud on tap. 

Interestingly Full Tilt listed all 38 events except the first tournament of FTOPS XXII and Event 25, which the site will apparently announce at a later date.

The $2-million guaranteed FTOPS XXII Main Event is schedule to take place on March 31.

Online player yadio1111 outlasted 4,766 entrants to win the last FTOPS Main Event for $453,229.

Some of the highlights of the FTOPS XXII schedule include:

  • March 17, Event 2 $200+$16 No-Limit Hold’em Re-entry - $850,000 GTD
  • March 19, Event 8 $200+$16 No-Limit Hold’em Rush Turbo - $150,000 GTD
  • March 24, Event 20 $300+$22 No-Limit Hold’em Re-entry - $850,000 GTD
  • March 30 (Two-day), Event 34 $2000+$100 NLHE 6-Max Ante RET - $1m GTD
  • March 31, Main Event $640 buy-in No-Limit Hold’em - $2m GTD

Competition for player of the series will likely be fierce as Full Tilt is offering some huge incentives to the player that finishes on top of the FTOPS XXII leaderboard, including a buy-in to every event of FTOPS XXIII except the two-day.

Satellites have already begun on Full Tilt and it’s possible for players to qualify for various FTOPS XXII events for a few dollars or event frequent player points.

Here's the compete FTOPS XXII schedule:

March 17, Event 2 $200+$16 No-Limit Hold’em Re-entry - $850,000 GTD
March 18, Event 3 $200+$16 Pot-Limit Omaha Rush - $85,000 GTD
March 18, Event 4 $1,000+$60 No-Limit Hold’em 6-Max RET - $500,000 GTD
March 19, Event 6 $200+$16 Pot-Limit Hi-Lo 6-Max - $75,000 GTD
March 19, Event 7 $300+$22 Razz - $50,000 GTD
March 19, Event 8 $200+$16 No-Limit Hold’em Rush Turbo - $150,000 GTD
March 20, Event 9 $240+$16 Pot-Limit Omaha Knockout - $75,000 GTD
March 20, Event 10 $300+$22 No-Limit Hold’em 6-Max Rebuy - $250,000 GTD
March 20, Event 11 $207+$9 No-Limit Hold’em Rush - $100,000 GTD
March 21, Event 12 $100+$9 No-Limit Hold’em - $100,000 GTD
March 21, Event 13 $200+$16 Seven-Card Stud Hi-Lo - $35,000 GTD
March 22, Event 14 $200+$16 No-Limit Hold’em 6-Max - $150,000 GTD
March 22, Event 15 $500+$35 10-Game 6-Max Multi-Entry - $100,000 GTD
March 23, Event 16 $500+$35 No-Limit Hold’em Heads-Up - $100,000 GTD
March 23, Event 17 $300+$22 Pot-Limit Omaha 6-Max Triple Chance - $100,000 GTD
March 23, Event 18 $200+$16  Hold’em Limit Rush - $50,000 GTD
March 24, Event 19 $120+$9 No-Limit Hold’em Knockout RET - $500,000 GTD
March 24, Event 20 $300+$22 No-Limit Hold’em RET - $850,000 GTD
March 25, Event 21 $100+$9 Pot-Limit Omaha Rebuy - $100,000 GTD
March 25, Event 22 $1,000+$60 No-Limit Hold’em Double Chance - $250,000 GTD
March 25, Event 23 $100+$9 No-Limit Hold’em Turbo Multi-Entry - $150,000 GTD
March 26, Event 24 $200+$16 Pot-Limit HA 6-Max - $75,000 GTD
March 26, Event 26 $100+$9 No-Limit Hold’em Turbo 1 Rebuy, 1 Add-on - $60,000 GTD
March 27, Event 27 $300+$22 Pot-Limit Omaha Heads-Up - $50,000 GTD
March 27, Event 28 $100+$9 No-Limit Hold’em 6-Max Rebuy - $200,000 GTD
March 27, Event 29 $310+$12 NLHE Super Turbo Knockout Re-Entry - $250,000 GTD
March 28, Event 31 $200+$16 HORSE - $60,000 GTD
March 29, Event 32 $100+$9 No-Limit Hold’em Rush - $75,000 GTD
March 29, Event 33 $300+$22 2-7 Triple Draw Limit 6-Max - $50,000 GTD
March 30 (Two-day), Event 34 $2000+$100 NLHE 6-Max Ante from Start RET - $1m GTD
March 30, Event 35, $200+$16 Omaha Hi-Lo Limit - $35,000 GTD
March 30, Event 36 $100+$9 No-Limit Hold’em Rush Rebuy - $250,000 GTD
March 31, Event 37 $240+$16 No-Limit Hold’em 6-Max Knockout RET - $750,000
March 31, Main Event $640 buy-in No-Limit Hold’em - $2m GTD

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FloptillyouDrop 2013-02-20 17:08:51

Not enoguh events