Game Formats - Texas Holdem, Omaha & Omaha Hi-lo
Following are the type of poker games which Adda52.com is offering. Just login and start playing!
In a Ring Game, the players enter with a Buy-in, and can play any number of games. The players are free to leave at any time with their remaining chips.
Game Type - Ring
Game Variant - No Limit Texas Holdem, Pot Limit Omaha, Omaha Hi/Lo, Crazy Pineapple
Buy In Criteria - You can check the buy-in criteria for each table on the lobby itself.
No. of Players - 2 players to 9 players
Type of Chips - Freeroll Chips /VIP Chips
In this format, the players sit on a single table and enter with a buy-in as mentioned in lobby while taking seat. The objective of the game is to eliminate all the competitor players on the table. Once all seats are occupied and game starts and the players are not free to leave the table till the tournament finishes. If a player decides to leave midway, he shall be put on sitout and Blinds and Antes will progressively increase as game progresses in the subsequent rounds of the tournament and get deducted from his chip stack (if applicable). The player can rejoin the game if his stack has not finished from game lobby by clicking 'Joined' button depicting his joined table in bottom right hand section. The tournament finishes when only 1 player remains with all the chips in play and all others are eliminated
Game Type - SNG
Game Variant - No Limit Texas Holdem
Buy In - You can check the buy-in details for each SnG on the lobby itself.
No. of Players - 2 to 6 players
Type of Chips - VIP
> The Table will start once all seats are fully occupied.
> If the table is not fully occupied and player leaves the game before game starts, player buy-in will
be refunded and credited in main account.
> The game finishes when one player wins all the chips.
> The SNG can be played with Real Cash only.
> Prize paid is mentioned in game Info panel in game area.
MTT [Multi Table Tournaments]
In a Multi-Table Tournament (MTT), players start with an equal, fixed number of chips. Players at numerous tables compete for one another's chips as the blinds increase incrementally. When players run out of chips, they are eliminated from the tournament. As players are eliminated, tables are merged, meaning players are moved to keep tables full, or evenly ‘balanced’. Eventually, the last few surviving players with chips are brought together at the final table, here the winner is the individual who wins all the chips from his or her opponents. Real Cash prizes & bonus are awarded to top finishers depending on which tournament he or she is playing in.
Game Type - Tournament
Game Variant - No Limit Texas Holdem, Pot Limit Omaha