Flip & Go Summary

What is Flip & Go?
Flip & Go is the newest way to play tournament poker; skip all the boring parts and jump straight into the hottest action possible.Choose to play with larger starting stacks, snag extra chips during the flipout phase and play out a standard Hold’em game once you’re in the money - if dialing up the action and cutting out the grind sounds good, then Flip & Go is for you!

How many stacks can I buy in a Flip & Go?
Players can choose the amount of stacks they start the tournament with from as little as one stack to a maximum of 8 (eight) 
Each stack costs one buy-in - so if you buy 3 stacks it will cost you tournament buy-ins. Example: If the buy-in is $3 and you buy 3 stacks it will cost you $9.

How many chips do I start with in a Flip & Go?
Each starting stack is 1,000 chips.

What happens in the Flip Out stage? (1st Round)
In the first round, players will be dealt 3 cards face-up which they can elect to discard one of those cards.
Players will have 30 seconds to discard their one card, if not selected the lowest card will be removed automatically.
Each table will then play down to a winner, the winner will proceed to the 2nd round and be ITM (in the money)
The tournament will then run as a regular tournament until the end.

What is a Flip Bonus?
During the first round, players can receive extra chips if they are dealt a strong hand
A Straight flush will add 4 stacks
A Three of a kind will add 3 stacks
A Flush will add 2 stacks
A Straight will add 2 stacks 

What happens once I’m ITM (in the money)?
Once you have eliminated everyone from your table you are in the money and the tournament will revert to a regular Hold’em tournament.

How many buy-in levels are there for Flip & Go?
Flip & Go is available at 4 different buy-in levels, starting from $0.05 to $20 

Flip & Go Tournament Summary
Flip & Go is available at 4 different buy-in levels, starting from $0.05 to $20

Buy-in + Fee $0.047+$0.003 $0.475 + $0.025 $2.85 + $0.15 $19 + $1
Guaranteed $50 $200 $700 $1,500
Starting chips 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000
Table Type 8 Player ▶ 9 Players for Final Table 8 Player ▶ 9 Players for Final Table 8 Player ▶ 9 Players for Final Table 8 Player ▶ 9 Players for Final Table
Min/Max Players 9 ~ 5,000 Players 9 ~ 5,000 Players 9 ~ 5,000 Players 9 ~ 5,000 Players
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