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FTOPS wrap up

posted by admin, almost 9 years ago (17 Nov 2009 05:21)

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FTOPS wrap up Another massive FTOPS series at FullTilt is now complete, with over $20 million won at the table over the last couple of weeks.

Another outstanding performance by ChipMeUp members, and here's a quick summary of some of the best results for FTOPS XIV.

PlayerEventPlacing# of playersWinnings
TelefonkioskFTOPS XIV - Event #22 - NL Holdem7938$70,350
nomaddmanFTOPS XIV - Event #04 - NL Holdem (1R+1A)61406$28,354
LilPokerGirlieFTOPS XIV - Event #08 - NL Holdem Knockout (6max)64639$28,194
MTTSMASHERFTOPS XIV - Event #12 - NL Holdem (6max)101366$20,250
craiggrayFTOPS XIV - Event #22 - NL Holdem59800$5,628
FoogeFTOPS XIV - Event #05 - Stud/811555$1,365
kickyouraceFTOPS XIV - Event #24 - NLHE Knockout569832$1,447


Congratulations to Telefonkiosk who pulled the biggest ChipMeUp cash of the series with $70k win. He is certainly proving to everyone that he's one of the top online players at the moment and consistently doing well in big fields.

Nomaddman followed up his Sunday Million win with a fine run in Event #4 proving that he's certainly not a one-hit-wonder!

LilPokerGirlie played some amazing poker to get to the final table getting through a huge field of players in Event #8. Don't miss out on grabbing some shares in LilPokerGirlie's upcoming live event at the Irish Poker Championship.

Fooge had the most ChipMeUp cashes, bringing home some money in 5 separate events for a total of $4,413. Certainly a versatile player, cashing in Stud/8, HORSE, PLO/8, 7 Game and the Main Event (NL Holdem). Fooge always offers up loads of shares in each of his events, ensuring he's got lots of railbirds when he runs deep.

A special mention also needs to be made for ChipMeUp veteran 'kickyourace' who ploughed through the biggest field in the FTOPS series. Event #24 had nearly 10,000 entrants and kickyourace placed 56th, proving he's got what it takes to run very deep in the big tournaments.


Congratulations to everyone who cashed this time, and we're already looking forward to FTOPS XV which isn't too far away. Don't forget that miniFTOPS XIV starts on December 9, so start creating you ChipMeUp events now and we look forward to more ChipMeUp success.

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Comments


barter barter (almost 9 years ago - 17 Nov 2009 13:24 UTC)

great effort guys


havenrl havenrl (almost 9 years ago - 17 Nov 2009 15:40 UTC)

congrats guys.

myself only 1 cash from the 3 i played.


rwestover rwestover (almost 9 years ago - 17 Nov 2009 16:28 UTC)

“A special mention also needs to be made for ChipMeUp veteran ‘kickyourace’ who ploughed through the biggest field in the FTOPS series. Event #24 had nearly 10,000 entrants and kickyourace placed 56th, proving he’s got what it takes to run very deep in the big tournaments.”

Did kya write that?


kickyourace kickyourace (almost 9 years ago - 17 Nov 2009 16:35 UTC)

R. Shuuuu, No one is supposed to know.


sabby sabby (almost 9 years ago - 17 Nov 2009 16:38 UTC)

put it in in ur profile kya :)


rwestover rwestover (almost 9 years ago - 17 Nov 2009 16:54 UTC)

i think darvin moon proved that “ANYONE” can make it deep in poker…this is a redundant story :)


sabby sabby (almost 9 years ago - 17 Nov 2009 17:01 UTC)

but kya aint “anyone” , hes a veteran pro :)


themango69 themango69 (almost 9 years ago - 17 Nov 2009 22:11 UTC)

maybe the guy who wrote the story got a deal on that WSOP ring???


Icemanando Icemanando (almost 9 years ago - 17 Nov 2009 23:22 UTC)

well done everyone


nomaddman nomaddman (almost 9 years ago - 18 Nov 2009 09:35 UTC)

Thanks every1 for the support. i’m sure the next time we will ship one event


pokerproplaya08 pokerproplaya08 (almost 9 years ago - 18 Nov 2009 11:40 UTC)

Article made 0 mention of Paulgees81. Paul ran deeper than Craig in FTOPs 22 n had some serious deep runs in other events…

But, Very nice to all those who did well. Wish everyone best of luck in the mini’s!!!!!



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