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Published: 19th March 2009 Written by Poker News, Promotion Poker
Updated: 7th December 2023

friday night fight fulltilt pokerFullTilt Poker have launched the Friday Night Fight heads-up matches featuring the FullTilt Poker pros against each other every Friday night in some high stakes action starting with pros Gus Hansen against Andy Bloch on 20th March.

Poker players can join in on the action at Full Tilt Poker by playing the sweat tournament or Friday Night Fight bounty Knockout. Use FullTilt Poker bonus code WAP to get your 100% up to $600 bonus.

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Friday Night Knockout Bounty Tournament – $75,000

The Bounty tournament which has a $500 Knockout prize will be a weekly feature each Friday night at 9pm with a guaranteed prize pool of $75,000. Satellites available for just $1 or 50 FTP, direct buyin is $500 + $35 of which $400 gets added to the prize pool and $100 for Knockout Bounty. Each player you managed to knock out pays $100.

Friday Night Fight Knockout tournament
Date: 20th March 2009
Time: 9:00PM
Prize Pool: $75,000
Buyin: $500
Game type: No Limit Hold em

Full Tilt Poker Sweat Tournament – $5,000

Each week there will be two FullTilt poker pros will be head-ups against each other in the main event. Here is your chance to be part of the action for just $10, there will be two sweat tournaments where players can join either side supporting their favorite pro and if you manage to win the sweat tournament as well as the pro you have chosen you will be added to the following week’s $500 Bounty Tournament as well as your share of $5000 for winning the sweat tourney.

Andy Bloch Sweat Tournament
Date: 20th March 2009
Time: 8:05PM
Prize Pool: $5,000
Buyin: $10

Gus Hansen Sweat Tournament
20th March 2009
Prize Pool:
: $10

Full Tilt Poker referral code: WAP

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Full Tilt Poker Friday Night Fights Main Event

Every Friday night there will be a main event where you witness the FullTilt Poker professionals battling it out in serious high stakes heads up matches. The first of the friday night fights action begins with Gus Hansen verses Andy Bloch.

Gus Hansen has won more than $7 million during his poker career including four World Poker Tour titles plus first place in the Aussie Millions in 2007

Andy Bloch total career earnings is 4 million a bit less than Gus Hansen’s but he is known as a deadly online poker opponent.