Full Tilt Poker

FTP Sunday MTT Schedule & Other Popular Tournaments

After Poker Stars, Full Tilt Poker is the second largest poker site. As Poker Stars now own and operate both sites, you can make transfers between each poker room. Effectively you are twice as spoiled for choice when it comes to playing multi-table tournaments on Poker Stars or Full Tilt Poker.

Like most poker sites, Full Tilt Poker has its own annual flagship series of online tournaments. There is the widely renowned FTOPS and more recently, they've launched the MTOPS, a series of tournaments geared towards micro stakes player. Both series offer mouth-watering guaranteed prize pools running into millions of dollars. Overlays are not common and guarantees are often exceeded due to the size of the fields.

I'll discuss the each online series in greater detail in other articles that discuss these specifically, but for now I will focus on the Sunday major schedule on Full Tilt Poker, along with the more popular tournaments and guaranteed prize pools scheduled throughout the week.

When you look at the Sunday schedule of tournaments between Poker Stars and Full Tilt Poker, it can be hard to find a good reason to play tournaments on any other poker site (especially in light of the fact that all Full Tilt tournament prize pools now have a guarantee).

Full Tilt Poker MTT Sunday Schedule

  1. Sunday Brawl: $240 + $15 ($200,000 GTD) at 10:30 ET
  2. Sunday Big Little Tournament: $2 + $0.20 ($50,000 GTD) at 11:00 ET
  3. Sunday Big Ben: $100 + $9 ($40,000 GTD) at 12:00 ET
  4. Sunday $100k Double Deuce: $20 + $2 ($100,000 GTD) at 12:22 ET
  5. Sunday $350k Guarantee: $200 + $15 ($300,000 GTD) at 13:30 ET
  6. Super Sized Sunday: $600 + $35 ($100,000 GTD) at 14:00 ET
  7. Sunday T-Rex: $150 + $12 ($75,000 GTD) at 15:00 ET
  8. Sunday Ceratops: $24 + $2 ($30,000 GTD) at 15:00 ET
  9. Sunday Extra Multi-Fifty: $50 + $5 ($50,000 GTD) at 15:30 ET
  10. Sunday Mulligan: $200 + $15 ($75,000 GTD) at 16:00 ET

Above is a list of the major Sunday schedule on Full Tilt Poker. The structure of each MTT varies but broadly they tend to be deep stacked with good blind structures that give you ample room for manoeuvring the large fields. If you're browsing the list and thinking to yourself, the buy-in is too damn high! Not to worry, small and micro stakes players will find no shortage of quality MTTs with enticing guarantees that run alongside the major Sunday schedule.

There is no shortage of ways to book a seat in one of these tournaments at very little cost to your bankroll, satellites run throughout the week leading up to each event. Players have the option of qualifying through sit & go and MTT satellites. There is also the option of purchasing tournament tickets with your points balance. Because FTP is the second largest online poker site you normally won't find any overlays on the major Sunday schedule (due to their popularity).

Other Popular MTT's at Full Tilt Poker

No matter what stakes or what time of the day you play, you can always be sure of finding a tournament that fits the bill. All multi-table tournaments on Full Tilt Poker now have prize pool guarantees. They're the only poker site who boasts a fully guaranteed tournament schedule. A tournament starts every 10 minutes and there is $25,000,000 guaranteed every month!

Tournaments can take time to play, for the players that don't have the time there are Rush Poker (fast fold or speed poker) tournaments. Additionally there is a wide selection of turbo and super turbo MTT structures, all with guaranteed prize pools. It's an aggressive tournament schedule with over 300 guaranteed tournaments running each day (too many to name).