The weekend was hot at Full Tilt Poker with huge prize pools being created in the weeks biggest tournaments.
Friday Night Fight
$36,800 prize pool
The weekend kicked off with the Friday Night Fight with an impressive $535 buy in. No wonder that the final table was dominated by notable online tournament pros who eventually ended up on top.
- WU_Wizard $11,776 (High stakes tournament pro with nearly 2 million in cashes online)
- FishingCh621 $7,176 (High stakes tournament pro with nearly 500K in cashes online)
- Eiffel $5,152
- J__thaddeus $4,048 (High stakes tournament pro and FTOPS winner)
- Eisenhower1 $2,944 (Well known high stakes tournament pro and Sunday Warm – up winner)
- StrungOut1 $2,208 (High stakes tournament pro with nearly 2 million in cashes online)
- Noatakk $1,472
- Csecsi $1,104
- ScoopAndStack $920
The action continued on Sunday with multiple biggest weekly tournaments being played out. First on the list was the Sunday Brawl with a $256 buy in.
The Sunday Brawl, $200,000 Guaranteed
$208,400 prize pool
With a good mix of well established pros and somewhat less known but still pretty good players, the final table of the Sunday Brawl saw a heated battle right to end of the tournament. No deals were made with players deciding to grind it out to the end. Eventually Swedish pro omalos came out on top for the $41,680 first place prize.
- Omalos $41,680 (High stakes tournament pro and Sunday Warm up winner)
- Big_Dthung $27,758.88
- SerAlGog $19,798
- Stanman420 $14,796.40 (High stakes tournament pro, winner of the Sunday 500 and Sunday Second Chance)
- TriPLchEcKrAiZ $11,045.20
- Psymoon $8,127.60
- Maxxscam $6,043.60 (High stakes tournament pro and with multiple FTOPS runner up titles)
- Buullet $4,376.40
- last-samurai5 $3,126
Less than 2 hours after the Sunday Brawl began, the $100K Double Deuce kicked off, which is the cheapest tournament on the Sunday schedule with a $22 buy in and over 25K for first place.
$100K Double Deuce
Multi – entry tournament
$164,980 prize pool
The final table of the double deuce saw a lot of solid players competing for the first prize of $26,396.80. After the final hand was played, it seemed that experience has prevailed with 28MODMOR taking first place. Nearly 3 months ago 28MODMOR came second in the same tournament winning almost 20K, but this time he finished the job, which makes this win one of the most impressive in the history of the Double Deuce.
- 28MODMOR $26,396.80 (Runner up of the $100K Double Deuce in late 2012)
- I_SmELL_WeKNS $18,147.80
- 50cm $12,868.44
- Toreadorgr $9,403.86
- Igrim $6,929.16
- Papagodza $4,949.40
- Ppinurshoe $3,464.58
- Kreiss84 $2,392.21
- Kogisc $1,682.80
An hour after the Double Deuce began, the $350K re-entry tournament kicked off with a $216 buy in and more than 70K for first place.
3-way deal at the final table
$388,600 prize pool
A lot of notable players have reached the final table of this tournament and two of them went on to make a 3-way deal splitting almost 40% of the prize pool between themselves. Eventually Ukrainian pro Skazo4nik123 who was the chip leader when the deal was made won first place and with it became $63,604.99 richer.
- Skazo4nik123 $63,604.99* (High stakes tournament pro, 3rd place finish in Sunday Million)
- Mastakid $54,028.81* (High stakes tournament pro with nearly 500K in cashes online)
- Kirigiribot $43,518.62*
- Andrew222555 $27,202
- cerberus7 $20,207.20
- BukkakeDISH $14,766.80
- Pyszalek $10,492.20 (High stakes tournament pro with multiple final table appearances at the Sunday 500)
- Flush GordoN90 $7,383.40
- Sekwens $5,051.80 (High stakes poker pro with more than 1 million in cashes online)
A lot more interesting tournaments have been played out during the weekend, but covering that much action would take a whole week, so let’s jump straight to Monday regular tournament with the biggest buy in at Full Tilt Poker – the $1K Monday.
$113,000 prize pool
Most of the 113 runners were one of the best in the business, so you could easily expect the final table to be one of the toughest there is. That is exactly the way it went down, with almost the entire final table being filled with well established pros with multiple titles to their names. No deal was made and eventually WPT winner Michael “SirWatts” Watson came out on top for the $33,900 first place prize.
- SirWatts $33,900 (Well known online and live poker pro, WPT title winner)
- Ketse $21,470 (High stakes tournament pro and FTOPS winner as well as multiple 2nd places in FTOPS series)
- YoungSupremacy $14,972.50 (High stakes tournament pro and FTOPS winner)
- Flashdisastr $11,865 (High stakes tournament pro, winner of Event #100 in the last Micro Millions series)
- LEADBOOTS $8,475 (High stakes tournament pro with top1 and top2 finished in the 1K Monday)
- Zackattak1327 $6,215 (High stakes tournament pro with nearly 1 million in cashes)
- Peter1960 $4,237.50
- Milldollbaby $3,390 (High stakes tournament pro with a second place finish in the Sunday Warm – up)
- KaKeTKa $2,542 ($5200 FTOPS event runner up)