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Congratulations on making it to the Final Table! To make things more interesting, you can now Switch Seats, dabble in Deal Making, or make use of the Chess Clock and place Final Table Bets on which players you think will win. Welcome to tournament final tables like you've never experienced them before!
• You must be in the in-the-money (ITM) stage and have reached the final table.
• Final Table Features do not apply to freerolls, satellites and T$ Builder tournaments.
• Final Table Features requires at least 100 entries
*Note: A re-entry is classified as a new entrant to a tournament, but rebuys/add-ons are considered part of a single tournament entry.
When certain tournaments enter the final table stage, you can place bets on who you think will be the winner!
Tournaments eligible for betting will be marked with a betting symbol in the list. Select the tournament and enter the table.
When you enter the table, a betting window will appear and you may begin your betting. Select your odds, enter the amount you wish to bet, and hit “Place Bet”.
Once betting is complete, you can check your bet history in the My Bet tab.
As the name suggests, Deal Making is when players make a deal in regards to how the remaining prize money will be distributed.
Once Final Table Features are activated, the blind levels will change based on hand counts (number of hands dealt) instead of time. The number of hand counts per blinds may differ for each tournament.
A chess clock is a set amount of time to act given to each player.
In certain tournaments with 100 entries or more, the blind level may be automatically amended once the final table is reached. This is to ensure a better final table gameplay experience for remaining players.
If the average player stack in Big Blinds (BB) stands at less than 40 when the final table is made, the blind level will be rolled back to ensure that the average stack is at least 40 BB for the first hand played. The blinds may roll back multiple levels if required. For example, if the average stack stood at 15 BB at the start of a qualifying tournament’s final table, the blinds might need to roll back three or four levels.
If the average player stack stands at more than 100 BB, the blind levels may be rolled forward to ensure that the average stack is no more than 100 BB.