Pokerstars and Full Tilt Poker are certainly battling it out right now. First, Full Tilt Poker has its FTOPS main event, so Pokerstars decides to top up its prize pool for its weekend Sunday Millions tournament by $250,000. Then, Pokerstars decides to unleash the "Super Tuesday" on the general public, as Full Tilt Poker currently has its $1k Monday tournament which is very popular with the higher echelon players.
Pokerstars Super Tuesday tournament will have a buyin of $1,050, with a structure is had made many of the top pros on the Internet very happy. The structure will allow for plenty of play, and should make for a fairly lengthy tournament depending on the total number of players (our estimate is that this will be a 6-7 hour tournament.)
Another smart move by Pokerstars, and another shot fired in the battle between the two biggest poker rooms still servicing the US, Pokerstars and Full Tilt Poker.
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