The ninth edition of the Full Tilt Online Poker Series is now in full swing, with Event 10 – a  $300 buy-in + $22 NLHE competition – now over, having attracted an entry field of 4 985 players and generating a prize pool of a guaranteed $1.5 million.
 
The entry field included big names like Josh Arieh, Paul Sexton and Scott Clements, although none of these advanced beyond 25th position in the action.
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The eliminations finally reduced the contest to a three handed tussle between Harlindo (2 255 131), DoubleDave22 (1 152 462) and James "Pokerpro" Campbell, who at that time held 11 547 407 chips – a massive lead over his opponents. By the time DoubleDave22 was knocked out to set the scene for the heads up, Campbell's lead over Harlindo had been reduced to a still significant 2 to 1 in chips.
 
Campbell, perhaps better known to online tournament players as "jcamby33," and player "Harlindo," delivered some highly entertaining and exciting poker in the heads up before Harliondo eventually fought his way into the lead and eliminated his opponent.
 
For Harlindo it was a $259 440 first prize payday, with Campbell taking home $157 500 for his second placing.