Full Tilt Poker have introduced a new tournament series, the $100,000 Double Deuce tournament which will be held every Sunday and gives players the chance to turn their $20 + $2 buy-in into the event into a huge win. The Fulltilt poker Double Deuce tournament is set to begin this Sunday, 23 November and will become a regularly held event. Double Deuce the name of the tournament is derived from the $22 entry fee into the event which promises a $100,000 prize pool with just under $20,000 guaranteed for the winner each week.
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Full-Tilt Poker - $100K Double-Deuce Tournament
With yet another great reason to join FullTiltPoker on Sundays for the biggest tournament day of the week is this relatively low buy-in Double-Deuce event which is sure to attract loads of attention due to the large size of money up for grabs in the prize pot.
Full Tilt Poker Double Deuce Tournaments are set to start from 23rd November and will be a weekly scheduled event to be held each Sunday at 16:35 ET (21:35 GMT) at Fultilt poker
Full tilt have called the event their "biggest little tournament" as it provides players the opportunity to turn their small $22 buy-in into some serious cash. The $100K Double-Deuce Tournament at Fulltilt-Poker also qualifying satellites available into the weekly event with entries starting as low as just $0.60 you stand the chance of winning $20K if you win.
How to Register for Fulltilt's $100K Double Deuce Tournament
Download Full Tilt Poker and install it on your computer.
Create an account at FullTilt Poker, use FullTilt bonus code WAP to claim a 100% match of your deposit up to $600 when you sign up and make your first deposit.
The tourney is held every Sunday at 16:35 ET / 21:35 GMT
Select the 'Tournaments' tab from Fulltilt-poker's lobby and find the tan color tab $100K Double Deuce tournament then simply select the 'Register Now' button to play.
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