Roll Up Your Sleeves And Prepare Yourself For Titan Poker’s First Heads-Up Championship
Friday, 2. September 2011

Titan Poker is 6 years old and in celebration of their 6th Anniversary, they will be hosting their first Heads-Up Championship. Qualify for the Heads-Up Championship and you will be playing for a share of well over $25,000 in total cash prizes.

The Titan Poker 6th Anniversary Celebration includes a suite of promotions that will run throughout the month of September. In addition to their first Heads-Up Championship, Titan Poker will also be hosting the Mystery Week, the Sam & Marvin’s PLAYGROUND promotion and the $6,000 Anniversary Freeroll. Players must opt-in to the 6th Anniversary Celebration via the Titan Poker website in order to enjoy this incredible lineup of promotions.

The Heads-Up Championship is made up of 2 different phases: the 24 Hour Races and the Heads-Up tournaments.

24 Hour Races
In order to qualify for the Heads-Up Championship, you must win one of the 24 Hour Races that will be held throughout the month of September. The Races will run on Sundays and Tuesdays and will be divided into four different divisions according to players’ VIP levels. Each division will compete in its own 24 Hour Race:

Clubs Division: Includes Bronze and Iron levels. There will be a total of 8 24 Hour Races each with a $200 prizepool.
Diamonds Division: Includes Copper and Silver levels. There will be a total of 8 24 Hour Races each with a $450 prizepool.
Hearts Division: Includes Gold and Platinum levels. There will be a total of 8 24 Hour Races each with a $750 prizepool.
Spades Division: Includes Titanium and Diamond levels. There will be a total of 8 24 Hour Races each with a $1,000 prizepool.

The winning player in each Race in each division will qualify for the Heads-Up Championship.

Heads-Up Championship
The Heads-Up Championship will see all of the winners from the 24 Hour Races face off against one another in a series of Heads-Up tournaments. The winners from each of the 24 Hour Races will receive their ranking according to the race that they won so that if you won the first 24 Hour Race then your rank will be 1st, if you won the third 24 Hour Race then your rank will be 3rd and so on.

Heads-Up Championship Structure
Each Race division will undergo 3 rounds of tournaments with the winners from each division moving on to the two Heads-Up semi-final tournaments. The last ones standing will go head to head in the Heads-Up Championship where they will battle it out for the $3,000 1st place prize. The Heads-Up Championship Structure is as follows:


The entire championship will be scheduled over a period of 5 days, from September 28th through October 2nd. The Heads-Up Championship has the following prize structure:


Join Titan Poker and start getting in on the celebration today.