Double chance

Definition of double chance

By "double chance", we necessarily mean a type of poker tournament. The double chance tournament allows the player who is quickly eliminated, to buy back chips for the initial price of his buy-in. Let's take an example. You enter a tournament at double chance 0 euros + double chance euros double chance. The + double chance euros is the commission you pay to the cardroom. Let's say that for this amount, you get 1500 chips. After 30 minutes of play, you lose everything on a heart-stopping hand. You have the option (or not) to take another 1500 chips for double chance0 euros (this time, chances are you won't be charged the double chance euros commission).

Tournament rebuy and double chance

The difference between a rebuy and double chance tournament is that the double chance tournament allows you to make a single buy-in. Often, rebuys tournaments allow you to make multiple buybacks, which will not be the case with the double chance. You should also be aware that the period during which you can redeem chips is limited. For example, depending on the tournament, you may be told that it is possible to pay out your second cellar during the first rebuy0 minutes only, until the second break.


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