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Chinese Poker Tournaments: Full Review

Chinese Poker Tournaments
  • Sit-and-gos, scheduled tournaments, and satellites: we reviewed every OFC tournament at Tonybet Poker

There are few things in poker that compare to the excitement and thrill of a tournament. The continually rising stakes, fighting tooth and nail to survive and finally emerging victorious as the last player standing.

It seems that our friends at Tonybet Poker feel the same way judging by how they’re preparing to launch the second annual Open Face Chinese Poker World Cup on December 6, 2015, the largest, richest and most prestigious Chinese poker tournament in the world.

However, it is not only the live arena where you can play the best Chinese poker tournaments because Tonybet Poker spreads this amazing format online.

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The simplest form of Chinese poker tournaments is sit-and-go tournaments. This kind of Chinese poker tournament is played either heads-up, three-handed or four-handed, and doesn’t have a scheduled start time. Instead, the tournament begins as soon as a predetermined number of entrants have bought in.

Buy-ins for these games start as low as €1, increase up to €100 and are available in Pineapple and 2-7 Pineapple variants. The points increase every five minutes, and players sit down with 500 chips in Turbo games and 250 chips in Super Turbo games. Sit & Go games are the perfect introduction to the world of Chinese poker tournaments.

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Scheduled tournaments are the other Chinese poker tournament type offered at Tonybet Poker. As the name implies, these tournaments commence at a specific time regardless of the number of entrants registered for them.

Chinese Poker Tournament Type: Freerolls

Freerolls, tournaments that are free to enter, are the best Chinese poker tournaments to try new strategies in because you can play your hands more aggressively than you usually would without having to risk any of your bankroll.

The prize pools in Tonybet Poker freerolls are made up of cash prizes, as well as tickets to satellite tournaments (more on those later) and more. As they are essentially a training ground for a player, you can test your skills in the most popular OFC formats including Classic, Turbo and Pineapple.

Chinese Poker Tournament Type: Multi-Table Tournaments

Tonybet Poker is the home to the best Chinese poker tournaments available anywhere online; whatever format you want to play we’re sure you’ll find it. You can enter tournaments every day for as little as €1 in formats such as Pineapple Chinese poker.

Those of you with larger bankrolls and who want to play for larger prizes can do so in a variety of higher buy-in events. With buy-ins of €5, €10, €20, and €100 available, you can test your skills against players from all around the world.

Chinese Poker Tournament Type: Satellites

One of the most popular type of Chinese Poker tournament you will find at Tonybet Poker are the OFC Poker Satellites. Unlike standard tournaments that have cash prizes to play for, satellite tournaments award seats, tickets and packages to higher buy-in events and act as a gateway to playing in massive buy-in, huge guarantee Open Face Poker tournaments online and in the live arena.

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Qualify for the OFC World Championship at Tonybet Poker

With Tonybet Poker being the principle sponsor of the OFC World Championship, players have the opportunity to qualify for the €1,000 buy-in spectacular held at Kings Casino in Prague, Czech Republic. When the OFC World Championship ran in December 2014, 135-players bought in for €1,000 each, and they were all outlasted by Mikal Blomlie, who walked away with €35,000.

At the same festival, Tonybet Poker hosted a €10,000 High Roller that saw 23-players enter, all of whom were beaten by Jennifer Shahade, who collected a cool €100,000 after defeating Ilya Bulychev heads-up for the prestigious title.

Be sure to check out the latest Chinese poker strategy and the current Tonybet Poker bonuses before you log in and play the best Chinese poker tournaments in the world.

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