How do I find the tournament rules?
See our Tournament Rules here.
GTD means guaranteed. When tournaments have "guarantees", this means the poker room is guaranteeing that there will be a minimum amount of money in the prize pool. For instance, if a tournament is $1 Million Guaranteed, the poker room will pay out at least $1 million, even if the number of players does not cover the prize pool.
At the end of the rebuy period in a rebuy/add-on tournament, you'll be given the one-time option to add-on to your chip stack for a designated fee before the tournament goes into 'Running' state. This will pop up on your table, simply click on 'ADD ON' to purchase the additional chips.
Go to the poker client Go under ‘My Account’ Select ‘Game History’ Select a date when the game was played and click search. There you will see the list of games played that day and the Tournament ID.
On Demand Tournaments bring you the excitement of multi-table tournaments with the convenience of a sit & go. Just like a sit & go, an On Demand Tournament has no set start time. Instead, play begins when the minimum number of required entrants to start the tournament is met. Even after play starts, other players are allowed to join the tournament during a designated re-entry period. Learn more about On Demand Tournaments here.
Multi-flight tournaments are phased poker tourneys with more than one entry day. Each entry day plays up to the same point and all remaining players qualify for the final phase. The final phase is comprised of players from all the entry days.
In poker, a satellite tournament is a qualifying event. Winners of these satellites often win the buy-in fee to a larger, more prestigious tournament like The Venom. Yet technically, any tournament that awards tickets to a large tournament would be a satellite. Satellites are also available for Live Events such a Punta del Este or The Cage Live. You can find satellites in the poker client by clicking on the ''Tournaments'' Tab and then clicking on ''Satellites''.
Each tournament ticket is listed with an expiration date in the poker client, so please make sure to use it while it’s still valid. Remember, a tourney ticket is only for tourneys of that exact buy-in amount, or for the specific tournament they’re designated for. If you have a valid tournament ticket but receive an error message when attempting to use it, then restart the poker client. If it still doesn’t work, please contact customer support.
1. Go to the poker lobby and click on the Tourney Tab. 2. Next, browse the list of events and double-click on a tournament that is either listed as registering or in late registration. 3. Finally, click the red Register button to join the tournament. Don't forget to check the buy-in and ensure you have enough money to cover the cost.