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Freeroll

A free to enter poker tournament. At Nutz Poker, We have freeroll poker tournaments running every day. We offer freerolls in multiple formats (Heads-Up, Single-Table Tournaments , Multi-Table Tournaments, and Fifty50s) in both Texas Hold`em, Omaha.

Heads-Up Tournament

A Heads-Up tournament is restricted to two players playing against each other where the winners from each table are set against each other until there is only one winner.

Single Table Tournament

A single-table tournament is often abbreviated STT. A number of places (typically, nine or ten) are allocated at a single table, and as soon as the required number of players has appeared, chips are distributed and the game starts.

Multiple Table Tournament

Multi-table tournaments involve many players playing simultaneously at dozens or even hundreds of tables.

Fifty50s Tournament

Fifty50s tournaments involve many players playing simultaneously at dozens of tables. In a Fifty50s tournament, the event ends when half of the entrants have been eliminated. Half of the prize pool will be distributed equally among the winners, and the other half of the prize pool will be distributed among those same players based on the chip count percentages at the end of the tournament.

Shootout Tournament

A shootout is a one of multi-table poker tournament. This tournament divides play in rounds. Shootout tournament, 2-9 players sit on each table. They remain at the original table until only one player is left standing. The last remaining players from all tables end up at the ‘final table.’ The tournament winner is determined on the final table. In a shootout, no such table balancing is done. Also there is no late registration in tournaments.

Sit-&-Go Tournament

A ‘Sit & Go’ (S&G or SNG) is a tournament which does not have a pre-assigned start time; it simply begins when all the seats are filled.

Satellite Tournament

A satellite is a tournament in which the prize is an entry into a larger tournament. Satellite tournament can be a less expensive way into a large buy-in tournament.