Players come in droves to Full Tilt, tournaments enjoyed its biggest Sunday Millions event to date last weekend, gathering 6,740 players and $1.3 million in prize money. The turnout created a new record for the company, making the event the biggest weekly poker tournament in the world.

By finishing in first place, player Legato scooped up the largest portion of the tournament's pot, pocketing $132,000. But a six-way deal divided up most of the final table money.

The results are as follows:

1st Legato$132,143
2nd BigAl1647 $46,817
3rd BadcardsAA $93,812
4th holla@yoboy $59,548
5th Lem Motlow $51,703
6th ViP_MoDee $68,228
7th BroDawg $22,916
8th bubbaloo2 $16,984.80
9th GF_PLAYA $11,053.60

In other poker action, Full Tilt Online Poker Series hosted the first two of its nine-event series this weekend. Despite a lower-than-expected turnout, players competed in a $100,000 guaranteed Pot-Limit Omaha Eight-or-Better tournament and a $500,000 guaranteed No-Limit Texas Hold'em tournament.

The final standings for the Omaha Eight-or-Better event are as follows:

1st clown god$24,024
2nd cpfactor $14,976
3rd jhizzle24 $10,296
4th troyomac $7,987.20
5th AAAAJ $6,115.20
6th gottabpostve $4,492.80
7th SHLDBFISHING $3,307.20
8th AofHearts $2,683.20
9th mmmadd $2,059.20

The final results for the No-Limit Texas Hold'em event are as follows:

2nd Squirrely1 $65,618
3rd set888s $42,742
4th SuburbanSpade $33,411
5th Can You Tell $24,983
6th JazzyCFC $18,481.40
7th TheReaper4 $13,846
8th arsenal46 $10,836
9th MayorMcShipIT $8,066.80

Please see and Full Tilt Poker for more information on these events and others.

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