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During the months of February, March, April, and May, Titan Poker is sponsoring the MT3 promotion. Play any of the Titan Poker's scheduled multi table tournaments to climb your way to the top of the Mt3 leader board. At the end of the four month period, the top 20 players on the Mt3 leader board walk away with a $5,000 WSOP experience package.
The top 500 players on the leader boards for each month during this promotion will receive entry into one of the best free roll tournaments Titan Poker has to offer with a prize pool of $2,500. The top 200 players on the Mt3 leader board each month win cold hard cash in addition to the free roll entry, with first place winning $1,500 each month.
However, you won't be able to just play several MT3 tournaments, finish 2nd or 3rd every time, and expect to find yourself toward the top of the leader board just because you played more tournaments than the rest of the pack. The idea here is quality, not quantity. Titan Poker is only counting your top 20 wins towards your leader board standings. So the better your best 20 finishes are, the higher you will rank up on the leader board.
At the end of the four months during which this competition takes place, the top 20 players from all four months combined walk away with the $5,000 WSOP experience package in addition to all their other winnings. So break out the lucky mouse, put on a pot of coffee, and get yourself registered into any of the scheduled MT3 tournaments Titan Poker has to offer. If you want a shot at the grand prize, you're going to have to dig your way through hundreds of players.
If you do not have an account with Titan Poker, now is the time to get involved. Make sure to use bonus code PFF500 on first deposit though. This promotion might last for four months, but if you don't get yourself ranked on the leader board ever month, the $5,000 WSOP experience package grand prize will be little more than a dream that you'll have to watch others live.
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