Running from 16:00 ET January 7th through 16:00 ET January 9th, Full Tilt’s Sit and Go Madness offers four primary avenues for players to earn their slice of the $150k pie: Group Prizes, Overall Leaderboards, The Madness Freeroll and The Madness Raffle.
The big money for most players will be in the Group Prizes. There are 48 total hours in SNG madness, and the promotion is divided up in 24 2-hour blocks.
Group Prizes are awarded across four groups, separated by buy in. The top seven finishers in each group for each and every two hour block get prizes. Details in the table below:
One important note about the SNG Madness promo – if you’re thinking about loading up on Super Turbo tournaments, you should be advised that Super Turbos only earn points at 2/5ths the rate of regular tournaments. Regular turbo tournaments don’t have a handicap.
The cap of the entire promo is a $75k freeroll on Saturday, January 15th. To gain entry to the freeroll, you need to win at least three “green” labeled SNG’s during the Sit and Go Madness promotion. Hit that threshold and you’ll get a tournament ticket for the freeroll – note that you will still need to physically register for the tournament to participate.
Visit Full Tilt for additional information on the Raffle and Overall Leaderboard components of the promotion, as well as complete rules and terms.
Below is an illustration of how to quickly locate the Super SNG Madness tables in the FTP lobby. Qualifying tournaments are highlighted in green:
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