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PokerListings players make the grade at FTOPS VII
The Full Tilt Online Poker Series VII wrapped up Sunday with its $2 million guaranteed event hosted by Alan Cunningham. Over the series, millions of dollars was won by players as the guaranteed prize pools were surpassed with each event.
Among the money winners were a few PokerListings.com players. Several players cashed in the Main Event on Sunday, while one player even managed a second-place finish during the series.
The first PokerListings.com player to make an appearance in the money was jwerk, who made it to 52nd place in Event 9, the $300+$22 No-Limit Hold'em tournament hosted by Erick Lindgren.
The tournament had a $1 million guarantee and saw 5,637 players turn out to make it $1,691,100. Lindgren made FTOPS history by winning the event himself, but jwerk made a respectable $2,959 cash for his 52nd place out of the 738 players who were paid out in the event.
Event 10 also paid out for a PokerListings.com player. Of the 204 who cashed in the $1,000+$60 No-Limit Hold'em six-max event, vikihris landed in 194th place for $1,484 from the $1,649,000 prize pool.
It was in Event 15, however, that PokerListings players got their biggest bite of a prize pool. With Yahoobie coming in second for $46,645, and TeMEPyT hitting 21st spot for $1,815, they brought home a pretty big chunk of the $363,000 prize pool in the $200+$16 No-Limit Hold'em six-max event.
On Saturday, 849 players showed up for the $1.5 million guaranteed, two-day No-Limit Hold'em event hosted by Scott Fischman. One of those players was PokerListings player jotaele1, who cashed in 160th place in the event.
The FTOPS VII many players wanted to take on was the Main Event. Hosted by Allen Cunningham on Sunday, the $500+$35 No-Limit Hold'em main event offered a $2 million guaranteed prize pool. By the time the cards were shuffled and dealt, 5,291 players had registered to play, making it a $1,122,500 prize pool instead.
Four PokerListings players cashed in on that event, with herod79 faring the best in 62nd place. The four players who cashed were:
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