Titan Pokerís guaranteed Sunday tournament becoming popular with gamblers
Sunday is a big day for online poker players. The major online poker rooms have large guaranteed tournaments that take place on this day and there are multiple opportunities for gamblers to be able to earn great cash prizes. The top choices for gamblers on Sundays are PokerStars and Full Tilt Poker but now Titan Poker is giving these sites a run for their money.

Titan Poker offers a tournament on Sundays called the $200,000 Guaranteed Freeze out. This tournament takes place each Sunday at 19:00 GMT +1 and has a $200 plus $15 buy-in. players are given 5,000 in chips for their starting stack and blind levels increase every fifteen minutes.

Players have really taken to this tournament and each week the field seems to increase. Players can choose to directly buy-in to the tournament or they can win a seat via a Titan satellite. These satellites start out at just sixteen cents so players can win their seat for very little money.

A great feature about this tournament at Titan Poker is that there is a second chance option. Players who finish outside of the money will be able to compete in the $200,000 Second Chance Free roll Mondays which takes place of course on Monday! This tournament offers $5,000 in guaranteed prize money for those who missed out the first go round.

This tournament doesnít offer as much guaranteed cash as Full Tilt and PokerStars but the growing field of soft competition makes the tournament enticing and players are logging on in big numbers to try their hand at winning the big Sunday tournament at Titan Poker.

- 2011-04-07

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