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Teledonk, CapTinBisKuiT win FTOPS events
The second day of the Full Tilt Online Poker Series IX brought two more events for poker fans. Event 2 saw Teledonk dominating Omaha action, while CapTinBisKuit took down a Hold'em tournament in Event 3.
Event 2, the $240+$16 Pot-Limit Omaha/8 Knockout, started at 2 p.m. ET on Thursday with 1,138 players putting up their money for a shot at FTOPS IX glory. The event was hosted by Martin Klaser and ended up seeing its $200,000 guaranteed prize pool rise to $227,600.
Teledonk wound up with the lion's share of that prize pool when he finished off chicha62 in heads-up play to win the event. For first, he pockets $51,210.
Chicha62 also ended up with a hefty sum of $32,433, while the lowest amount handed out at the final table was $3,641.60. The final-table results were:
Surprisingly, there weren't any Greg Mueller was the host for the $200+$16 No-Limit Hold'em 4x Shootout 6-max that got started at 9 p.m. ET on Thursday. The event drew 1,296 players to bring the $250,000 guaranteed prize pool up to $259,200.
Several Full Tilt pros got a piece of that money, including Stuart Paterson, Scott Fischman, Scott Clements, Steve Zolotow, Erick Lindgren and Jared "TheWacoKidd" Hamby, but it was CapTinBisKuiT who took it down for the biggest prize.
CapTinBisKuit waded his way through the playing field to face THEROBBOB20 in heads-up play. When the dust cleared, he was pocketing $45,360 for first place while THEROBBOB20 settled for $28,512.
The final-table results were as follows:
|6th||Mik la clok||$6,220.80|
The FTOPS IX got started on its third day of play today with a $300+$22 No-Limit Hold'em event with one rebuy and one add-on hosted by Dag Mikkelson. The event got started at 2 p.m. ET and boasts a $600,000 guaranteed prize pool.
Cyndy Violette will take on the hosting duties for Event 5 this evening for the 9 p.m. $200+$16 Stud event. This event will have a $100,000 guaranteed prize pool.
Poker fans who want to get in on the action should head to full tilt.