MTT players at Titan Poker should make a resolution to play more tournaments this year – at least during the New Year Super Sale.
That’s because the heart of the New Year Super Sale promo at Titan Poker is deep discounts on tournament entry prices.
At the top of the discount range is an 80% cut off tournament buy ins. You can review the entire schedule of promotions below.
How does it work? Basically, Titan Poker is adding money to the prize pools of the tournaments included in the promotion.
So, for example, let’s say Titan runs a tournament with a $100 buy in and offers 50% off the buy in. If 100 people entered, they would each pay only $50, but the prize pool will still be $10,000 (100 players * $100).
Titan Poker does not accept players from the US.
You can review the tournaments from within the Titan Poker software by navigating to the “Winter Sales” tab in the poker lobby. The promotion runs from January 7th – January 16th, 2011.
The full schedule of the New Year Super Sale at Titan Poker is below:
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