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  • Pay outs 10000>90,5301>108?

    PAY OUTS
    I just came across this 1 game there was 10000 players, game 2 5301 players. different sizes payouts
    i just wonder why this was?
    GAME 1
    PLAYER FIELD #s;PAYOUT FIELD #s;
    10000>90, 1440 itm
    GAME 2
    PLAYER FIELD #s;PAYOUT FIELD #s;
    5301>108, 750 itm
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    Last edited by 0HighTimes0; Wed Jul 13, 2011, 08:53 AM.
    3 Time Bracelet Winner



  • #2
    Originally posted by 0HighTimes0 View Post
    PAY OUTS
    I just came across this 1 game there was 10000 players, game 2 5301 players. different sizes payouts
    i just wonder why this was?
    GAME 1
    PLAYER FIELD #s;PAYOUT FIELD #s;
    10000>90,
    GAME 2
    PLAYER FIELD #s;PAYOUT FIELD #s;
    5301>108
    WITH 10,000 PLAYERS THE ITM SHOULD BE AT 1400 SOMETHING
    BUT ALL BUT THE TOP 90 WOULD GET A PART OF A PENNY
    PS DOES NOT PAY LESS THEN A PENNY

    sometimes i laugh so hard tears run down my leg

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    • #3
      yes i know but youd think there be larger payout field in the 10000 game (90) to the 5301 (108) game
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      • #4
        Originally posted by hemetdennis View Post
        WITH 10,000 PLAYERS THE ITM SHOULD BE AT 1400 SOMETHING
        BUT ALL BUT THE TOP 90 WOULD GET A PART OF A PENNY
        PS DOES NOT PAY LESS THEN A PENNY

        correct Dennis 1440 is actual # with a 10K field , and as the field size is reduced (to start tourney) a larger portion of the field will be in position to receive the FULL PENNY PAYOUT.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by 0HighTimes0 View Post
          yes i know but youd think there be larger payout field in the 10000 game (90) to the 5301 (108) game
          10K 1440 paid so from 91 to 1440 is a part penny all goes to 1st place

          5K would be about 750 paid (simplified for example purpose) 109 to 750 would be a part penny.



          Also larger fields compared to smaller fields the difference in the percentage of pool paid to last player to ITM would change.

          High go to tourney lobby while game is in progress and you will see #'s in percentages as to what player are paid in relation to the $10.00 prize pool



          Click on tourney Info to see % payout for each position paid.
          Last edited by brkn80; Tue Jul 05, 2011, 01:20 AM.

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          • #6
            This is pretty irrelevant as 0.01c means nothing in context with why were all actually playing these tourneys. 1440 is the true ITM which you should be aiming for atleast.

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            • #7
              Widzywidzy^^ "This is pretty irrelevant as 0.01c means nothing in context with why were all actually playing these tourneys. 1440 is the true ITM which you should be aiming for atleast.". 1440 (0.016%, place paid 90=.01c) is the 10000 player field, but the 5301 player field is about 750 (0.03%, place paid 108=.01c) as was said before ( I knew where to find that info, i just wondered about 1/2(0.016%-0.03%) cent thing (places paid). " 00.01c's pretty irrelevant"! well I do as if you make one cent you get more LEAGUE POINTS than coming 1440 0r 750) TRUE?, I go for the bubble/ITM (what ever place that maybe) then the final table, who wouldn't ! all the best of luck/skillumbup:
              Last edited by 0HighTimes0; Tue Jul 05, 2011, 08:03 AM.
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