Knockout Tournaments: Win EXTRA CASH for every knock out!

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Add an extra edge to your game with our knockout tournaments!The stakes are higher at these tables and competition is fiercer than ever. All players at the table arebounty on their head, giving you the chance to win MORE cash as you play!

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Here’s how it works

Knockout (KO) tournaments are essentially MTT tournaments where each player participating in the tournament receives prize money. If a player eliminates an opponent, he or she receives a cash prize!
Players do not have to pay any additional fees for their winnings and KO winnings are included in the buy-in amount.

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Elimination and multi-way

KO: A player eliminates an opponent by winning a hand with more chips than his or her all-in opponent to win a cash prize.
Multiple pots: if there are multiple players in the pot when a player is eliminated, the player with the winning hand only gets the eliminated player's prize if he covered the eliminated player. Otherwise, the side pot winner gets the prize; if one player is eliminated and two or more players have the same winning hand and all have covered that player, the prize is divided equally between them.

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Winnings and prizes

KO prizes will only be awarded to players after the tournament has finished. The winner of the tournament will receive their prize money in addition to any other prizes won during the tournament. Regular tournament prizes are awarded according to a pre-determined prize structure, regardless of which player won the KO prize.

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Progressive knockout tournaments

Progressive knockout tournaments are fun and exciting versions of regular knockout tournaments. Unlike regular knockout tournaments, in progressive knockout tournaments the prize money per knockout is fixed and does not change during the tournament,As you progress in the tournament, the prize pool increases. Each time a player eliminates another player, the prize pool increases,They receive part of their winnings (usually 50%) in their account and add the rest to their winnings.
For example, an $11 buy-in progressive knockout tournament can be split as follows: $5 for the tournament prize pool, $5 for the knockout prize and $1 for the tournament fee.

  • At the start of the tournament, all players will receive the same amount of prize money per player, which is USD 5.
  • If Player A eliminates Player B, Player A receives 50% ($2.50) of Player B's elimination winnings and hangs the remaining 50% ($2.50) around his neck.
  • The prize for knocking out Player A's head after a knockout is $7.50.

See you at the tables!