A poker tournament is a game with a fixed format which features either two players on a single table or as many as thousands of players playing on hundreds of tables. Everything in Poker tournament is predetermined, from the buy-in, blinds, stack sizes, antes, structure to time limit. The winner usually pockets every poker chips in the game. What makes Poker tournaments more exciting, you ask? The massive prize pools where hundreds of thousands and millions of dollars are at stake.
The chips represent actual money in Cash Games. The Chip count won or lost goes into or comes from the actual bankroll of the poker player. On the other side, in tournaments, the player pays a set entry fee to compete and win a portion of the prize pool. And if the player loses, then that is the only amount of money lost during the event.
Whether you want to play low stakes game or big tournaments, it’s important to know the kind of tournaments that are played. At PokerSpot, learn about all kinds of tournaments and their differences that will help you to make smart decisions. Do you know the difference between a Freezeout, a Rebuy, and a Guarantee tournament? Get to learn about most common options in poker tournaments such as Turbo/Super Turbo, Satellite, Bounty/Knockout, SNG's, Deep Stacks, and Shootouts.
We great pride in delivering live reporting from all the series of events, information about the upcoming event and their jackpots. Some of the major tournaments in online and live poker are- World Series of Poker (WSOP), World Poker Tour (WPT), European Poker Tour(EPT), and World Championship of Online Poker (WCOOP). Some of the popular Indian poker website promoting best offers in the industry are Spartan Poker, Adda 52, Poker Stars, pocket52 and PokerBaazi. Sunday Majors are also one of the important things that are hosted once a week. Every tournament and their series have different offers and rules. PokerSpot keeps you posted with the playing format, buy-ins, winning prize like an insider.
The winner of the tournament is declared when only one player pockets all the chips in the "heads-up". We cover every bit of action as it unfolds so you never miss anything.