After an incredible 14 hours of play, togel Singapore emerged victorious in Full Tilt’s FTOPS XIX Event #22. The long stretch of running time was due in large part to the structure, which featured deep-stack, multi-entry gameplay. Knockouts were available as well, each going for $20.

The story here, however, simply has to be the number of entrants. Thanks to an astonishing 23,342 buy-in’s, Full Tilt’s $1,000,000 guarantee was absolutely shattered. When the dust settled around the registration figures, the final pot stood at $2,334,200. Players paid $120 + $9 for each of their seats.

In total, the top 2,835 finishers received a piece of the pie, with the minimum prize set at $163.39.

Here’s how the final payouts lined up:

#1 – LilPokerGirlie ($279,428.09)

#2 – daCav04 ($290,000)

#3 – swish3113 ($157,558.50)

#4 – LeTruc ($110,874.50)

#5 – The Lab Rat ($78,195.70)

#6 – Haibomi ($57,187.90)

#7 – FrmRussiaWthLuv ($42,949.28)

#8 – s00tedj0kers89 ($31,511.70)

#9 – ElSkobar ($22,174.90)

As the astute observer will notice, the aforementioned winner, LilPokerGirlie, did not receive the largest sum on the list. That honor went to daCav04, who took the lion’s share as part of a post-deal payout.

Tops amongst the pros in Event #22 was David Pham, who came in 113th and took home $1,657.28. Next up were Dag Mikkelsen (195th – $1,237.13), Pass Lefrancois (342nd – $723.60 and 367th – ($536.87), and Vivek Rajkumar (568th – $420.16 and 1,506th – $233.42). Pham also finished with a 1,013th spot ($326.79). Mike Matusow also earned a bit of cash, with a 2,051st place berth worth $186.74.

Sam Chauhan signs with Full Tilt

Full Tilt Poker announced just yesterday that Sam Chauhan, who calls himself “the coach to hire to make a comeback in your life or business,” has been signed to join the Full Tilt Poker team. Chauhan will be developing a program of poker mindset coaching, exclusive to the Full Tilt Academy. The goal of the program will be to build a player’s confidence, to learn to deal with tilt and bad beats, and to generally improve a player’s psychological approach in all aspects of the game. Chauhan is a firm believer that mindset is the biggest difference-maker between a win and a loss.

Chauhan’s deal with Full Tilt does not prevent him from working with other sites or players with other sponsorship deals. He will retain high-profile clients like Chris Moneymaker and David Williams. Chauhan began his work several years ago when he met Antonio Esfandiari in a restroom at the Rio. This chance meeting resulted in Esfandiari becoming Chauhan’s first client, propelling Esfandiari into a 24th place finish in the World Series of Poker Main Event.

In 2010 Chauhan worked with Phil Hellmuth. Hellmuth saw almost twice as many final tables in 2010 than he had in 2009. His primary goal is of course to boost his clients’ winnings at the tables, and anywhere else in life. Not only limited to poker, Chauhan has worked with CEOs, businessmen, athletes, and celebrities. In the end, he hopes that anybody who interacts with his teachings will see an improvement in their life quality.

With his Full Tilt deal, Chauhan hopes to use the platform to improve the lives of much larger masses of people. He says that if all he ever does is improve lives and build confidence, “I think it’d be a really good thing.”