Poker Tournament Rules


Registration Process 

1. Registration for all multi-table tournaments will usually begin one week in advance.

2. All multi table tournaments will begin promptly at the scheduled time stated in the Game Lobby. 

Adda52 reserves the right to Modify or cancel any multi-table tournament without prior notice.

Elimination Rules

1.The multi-table tournament ends when one player accumulates all the chips in play, or in some multi-table tournaments, when all remaining players will receive the same prize.

2. If two or more players are eliminated on the same hand, a player with more chips at the start of the hand finishes higher than a player with fewer chips. In case of the equal stack, If two or more players are eliminated on the same hand and If the prize cannot be distributed equally, player(s) might get 1 RS more than other player(s). If prize is ticket then 1 player will get ticket, this is intentional as ticket cannot be split. Player 1st in the list of eliminated players list will get the ticket.

At the start of the tourney we make a list of all players. This list is made in random order. Basis on this order Ticket will be given to first player according to that list. In case of odd prize amount also the remainder will be given to the first player. This list is made by the system and stored in the Datebase.

Disconnection Rules

1. By participating in a tournament, a player accepts the risk of Internet disconnection, due to problems with the connection between their computer and the servers, lag or freeze or some other problem in the player's computer or the Internet.

2. Adda52 does not accept any responsibility for a player disconnect except in the case of a server crash.

3. There is no rule against a single player choosing to sit out; the player doing so will continue to have blinds and antes posted and cards dealt.

Disconnection Protection - If you are disconnected during a tournament, system will take Auto Action and you will be switched to “Sit-Out” mode (i.e. System will check/fold every hand)

Chat Rules

This is applicable for both SNG and Multi-table Tournaments.

1. Players, whether in the hand or not, may not discuss the hands until the action is complete. Players are obligated to protect the other players in the tournament at all times. Discussing cards discarded or hand possibilities, is not allowed.

2. Players cannot act in groups and play a game. Declaring one’s cards or discussing the strength of one’s hand in the chat window is strictly prohibited.

Unethical Play

This is applicable for both SNG and Multi-table Tournaments.

1. Poker is an individual game and not a team game. Any action or chat intended to help another player is unethical and is prohibited. Unethical play, such as soft-play (playing less aggressively against a partner) and chip dumping (intentionally losing chips to a partner), may result in penalties, including seizure of funds from the offender's account and/or termination of the account.

2. A player may play on only one account during a tournament and may not ‘hand off’ his seat in mid-event to a different player. Violation of this rule may result in penalties including a warning or disqualification from the tournament, and barring from Adda52.

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