Titan Poker tournaments
Titan Poker offers a plethora of tournaments for novices to MTT specialists. The great thing about tournament poker on Titan is the more manageable fields. Your average tournament may attract between 300 and 500 players, whereas at PokerStars the number can be in the thousands, making the variance a lot higher.
New players are awarded four free tokens to play in the $2,500 New Depositor Freerolls. They also receive unlimited entry to the round the clock $50 Beginner Freerolls for 90 days. Titan offers regular VIP tournaments, from the Nickel Weekly $250 Freeroll to the Monthly $5,000 VIP tournaments for players who rack up 1000 points in a month. All you have to do is rake $58!
Titan offers numerous daily tournaments. For a full list click here. Highlights include the $1 Freezeouts for beginners, and the $109, $1,250 guaranteed Grand Prix for the highrollers. Hold'em, Pot-Limit Omaha and Limit 7 Card Stud tournaments are all available.
Titan's Steps Tournaments are great for players with smaller bankrolls. You can enter Step 1 for as little as $0.16, and work your way up the ladder to win entry to the $200,000 Guaranteed Tournament worth $215. The tiered structure of Steps Tournaments gives you the opportunity to advance from Step 1 to 7, to win a variety of tokens that allow you to either proceed to the next step, or win a seat at the same level or at a lower level. Titan's flagship tournament is the Sunday $200,000 guaranteed, with the Saturday $35,000 guaranteed acting as a nice warm-up.
Titan offers some great packages to live events, including the 2011 APT Asian Series in Manila. Poker is exploding in the Far East and has captured the interest of wealthy Chinese business tycoons. $130 satellites run around the clock for $3,600 prize packages. Also up for grabs are £1,800 packages to the GUKPT Luton Final, and £1,800 packages to the world's oldest poker tournament, the Irish Winter Festival.
Titan Poker tournaments have several perks, including the more manageable fields, range of buy-ins and varying structures. For highroller events, players are given more bang for their buck, with 15 minute blind levels for buy-ins of $100+, as opposed to 10 minute levels for buy-ins up to $49. The small buy-in re-buy events offer great expected value money for more skilled players. The iPoker network also boasts an extensive casino set-up, meaning the competition can be very soft and full of gamblers.
In order to get your 200% up to $2000 poker bonus at Titan Poker, just input 2000DOL in the field for 'Bonus Code' when you sign up, as shown in the image above.