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#1 Kel_jones

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Posted 09 December 2004 - 09:45 PM

I been playing at alot of home tournaments lately. I am just curious how you guys set yours up or the ones you go to how they are run. The last one i played all i got was 18 chips(hold'em NL). i did not pay attention to the total suppose value. the blinds were 1 and 2 chips. so i pretty much new this was a quick night.I cant play with that few chips where the blinds doubled every hour, just was silly. have to play more hands than i normally would.so what i like to know what is your starting chip count worth and how many chips roughly. As well how do your blinds work. or what seems to be the norm? Thanks

#2 wrto4556

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Posted 09 December 2004 - 10:42 PM

Homepokertourney.comThe site's too critical to miss if you hold home tournaments.
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#3 spacemonkey

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Posted 10 December 2004 - 12:08 AM

This is what I've started doing and it works pretty well for us. Each player starts with 2,000 in chips (16 $25 chips, 6 $100 chips and 2 $500 chips).Levels:25-5050-10075-150100-200150-300200-400300-600500-1,0001,000-2,000No rebuys or add-ons. Levels increase every 30 minutes with two decks rotating at each table (one shuffled while the other is dealt) to speed up play.

#4 TylerBeal

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Posted 10 December 2004 - 03:01 AM

What I really enjoy is what I was told by this Canadian Pro Poker Player.Each player starts with 10.000 worth of chips(My Set)Whites = 100Reds = 500Blinds Start at 100/200200/400300/600400/800500/1000600/1200800/16001000/20001500/30002000/4000 3000/6000No Re-Buys, No Add-ons. It makes for a quick and entertaining game I find. Try this one you'll enjoy it I guarentee.Take Care,Tyler




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