Titan Poker Sends Winner to ECPT and EPT

Mar 18, 2008
By: Jennifer Newell
It seems as if there are satellites in full swing on Titan Poker for seats into major tournaments around the world… and there are. It would behoove any online player, especially in Europe, to attempt to qualify for one of those seats. Kenneth Tomming did just that, only one better. He won two online tournaments in less than a week to secure seats at the ECPT and the EPT.

Tomming is a 23-year old man from Denmark who had been playing on Titan Poker for less than a year. But it seems that experience and persistence paid off. On March 2, he won a $3000 prize package to the Eurocity Poker Tour (ECPT) Madrid Open, an elite tournament limited to 200 of the best online players in the world, to take place in May. Six days later, he won a $10,000 prize package to play in the European Poker Tour (EPT) San Remo that will begin on April 1st in Italy.

The online player won prizes valued at a total of $13,000 through his efforts at Titan Poker, and now has the opportunity to travel to two of Europe’s most beautiful cities. Tomming will soon be competing as part of the Titan Poker Team for the chance to win substantially more money and a possible major live tournament title.

He said, “So far, I’ve only really been playing poker on the Internet. However, I plan to play live much more in the future. I love to play poker and I’m good at it – and I plan to show this to everyone when I play at the EPT San Remo and the ECPT Madrid Open!”

Satellites are running daily on Titan Poker for a number of events around the globe, including the 2008 World Series of Poker in Las Vegas. Winners have already qualified for their seats at the Irish Open in March, the EPT Monte Carlo in April, and the World Poker Showdown in the Dominican Republic later this year. There are also numerous satellites running for Titan Poker’s upcoming European Championship of Online Poker (ECOOP) II that will carry with it a $3.6 million prize pool.



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