Just click the Game Info button at the very top of the software. It’s located above the Live Dealer Blackjack button. Then, click My Tournaments. You’ll see all the tournaments you’ve registered for. It’s that easy.
Tournament bucks are equivalent to cash in value and are generally given out as part of a promotion or as compensation if a tournament you have a ticket for gets cancelled. Please note that tournament bucks can only be used to play in select tournaments. While they have the same value as regular dollars, they cannot be withdrawn or used in cash games or other tournaments.
When you play in a Knockout Tournament, we’ll place a cash bounty on every player in the tournament. When you knock someone out, half their bounty goes into your pocket and the other half goes on your head. For a complete description and example of how they work, click here.
To request your own private tournament, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please make your request at least 24 hours in advance so our tournament team has time to set it up. All private tournaments will be listed in the lobby under TOURNEY - PRIVATE. Please submit your request with the following 4 fields: Name of the tournament (Will be displayed in the lobby) Password for tournament Structure type (Fast, Medium, Slow) Game type to choose from (NLH, PLO, or PLO8)
Below you will find the steps to join a Tournament: First, click on the Tourney tab in the lobby. Next, browse the list of events and double click on a tournament that is either listed as "registering" or "in late registration". 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.
Knockout Tournaments work the same as regular tournaments, except there’s a twist. Each player who enters has a bounty placed on his or her head. Every time you knock a player out, you get his or her bounty. That means even if you bubble the tourney, you can make a lot of money by taking down players. Look for Knockout Tournaments under the Scheduled Tournaments tab.
MTT stands for Multi-Table Tournament. An MTT is a poker tournament with players filling multiple tables, as opposed to a single table tournament or sit and go, which both use a single table. In an MTT, tables are consolidated as players get eliminated.
When you enter a casino tournament, your entry ticket will guarantee you a set number of spins or hands as well as a starting chip balance between 1000 and 5000 chips. Your goal is to use all your spins or hands and get the highest score or chip count on the leaderboard. Please note that you'll need to use all your spins or hands. Entries with remaining spins or hands when the tournament ends will be forfeited.