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With the Twitter Poker Tour Championship Series just a few days away, I decided to get a sense of which regulars from the TPT were planning on playing in the upcoming events.  A recurring guest on the TPT Live Show, I sat down with Bluff Magazine writer and TwoPlusTwo Forum moderator Kevin Mathers (@kevmath) for a fast five questions:

@coolwhipflea: We’ve seen you play a great many of the TPT events in the past.  What is it that draws you to the weekly online home game?

@Kevmath: Playing with people I follow on Twitter, and the low buy-in also works with my bankroll.

@coolwhipflea: What’s the competition like for you?

@Kevmath: Like most tournaments, there’s a variety of easy and tough spots in the field.  Unfortunately for me, I’m one of those easy spots.

@coolwhipflea: The Twitter Poker Tour Championship Series is just around the corner with Event #1 this weekend.  Do you plan on playing the TPTCS?  How many events are you looking at, and which events really jump out at you?

@Kevmath: I’ll probably play some of the lower buy-in events, especially the TDL and HORSE events

@coolwhipflea: In your opinion, what’s the draw for players to try their hand in the TPTCS?

@Kevmath:  I’d say it’s the added bonus of winning extra money along with playing in a variety of tournaments besides NL holdem

@coolwhipflea: What’s on Kevmath’s agenda the next two months?  Any plans before heading to Las Vegas for the WSOP?

@Kevmath: Like most things, it’s up in the air. I can say for certain that I’ll be writing articles with www.bluffmagazine.com and who knows where else?

Join us for the TPTCS on Full Tilt Poker, with Event #1 hosted by Full Tilt Pro Aaron Bartley this Sunday.

TPTCS Event #1 @ 2pm EST- $10+1 Omaha Hi, Tournament ID# 224558851, Password: TPT.  A $26 Tournament Ticket will be added to the prize pool and given to the winner of the event.