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Begin by clicking one of three tournament tabs at the top of the screen: Tournaments, Sit & Go, or Special. Each tab contains a subset of the tournaments offered at Full Tilt Poker. The following steps will guide you through the process of browsing, selecting, and entering the tournament of your choice.

Select the TOURNAMENTS, SIT & GO, or SPECIAL tabs to see the various types of tournaments available at Full Tilt Poker

The TOURNAMENTS tab contains all currently scheduled tournaments. The SIT & GO tab contains a list of games that will begin as soon as a specified number of players sign up.

The SPECIAL tab contains all our guarantee and promotional tournaments.

.Filter the available tournaments by clicking the sub-tabs in each category. Tournaments:

Click All to see all tournaments.

Click Cash to see all cash tournaments.

Click Satellites to see only satellite tournaments.

Click Private to see only private tournaments. These are tournaments set up by users who have emailed support requesting a private tournament.

Click Custom to display a customized sub-set of tournaments. You can change which types of tournaments are displayed by clicking the Edit mini-tab on the right. In addition to these tabs, other tabs may appear which display tournaments related to specific events, such as the WSOP or Aussie Millions. Sit & Gos:

Click All to see all Sit & Gos.

Click 1-Table to see only one-table Sit & Gos (except Heads-Up - they have their own tab.).

Click Multi to see multi-table Sit & Gos.

Click Heads-Up to see just heads-up Sit & Gos.

Click Satellites to see only satellite Sit & Gos.

Click Custom to display a customized sub-set of Sit & Go tournaments. You can change which types of tournaments are displayed by clicking the Edit mini-tab on the right. Special:

Click All to see all tournaments.

Click Guarantees to see all guarantee tournaments.

Click WPT/WSOPC to see WPT/WSOPC tournaments.

Click Satellites to see all satellite tournaments. As with the Tournaments section, other tabs may appear which display tournaments for a special promotion, such as the WSOP or Aussie Millions.

Within each sub-tab, click on the blue column headings to sort the available tournaments by that column.

Click ID to sort by tournament ID.

Click Date to sort by the starting date and time of the tournament.

Click Game to sort by the kind of game (Hold 'em, Omaha, Stud Hi/Lo, etc.).

Click Type to sort by the limit type. Click this tab once and the games will appear in descending order, starting with the Fixed Limit (FL) games, followed by Pot-Limit (PL) and No-Limit (NL). Click the tab a second time and the games will be displayed in ascending order, with NL appearing first, followed by PL and Fixed. Within each category, the tournaments are sorted by their start dates and times.

Click BuyIn to sort by the size of the buy-in. When there are multiple tournaments with the same buy-in, the tournaments are sorted by the game status (e.g., registering, completed) and then by their start dates and times.

Click Status to sort by the game status, e.g., Announced, Registering, Running, Completed, Seating, or Voided.

Click Plrs to sort by the number of players. When the games tab selection is TOURNAMENTS or SPECIAL, this column shows how many players are currently signed up for the tournament. When the games tab selection is SIT & GO, this column shows the number of players that are currently seated and waiting for each tournament to fill (if the tournament has not yet started). Once the sit-and-go tournament has started, this column shows the number of players in the tournament.

.Note that if a selected tournament is highlighted in red (or displays red letters when not selected), this indicates that at least one Full Tilt Poker pro is registered or seated at the table. If you see one of these tournaments, feel free to play and chat with pros like Phil Ivey, Chris Ferguson, and Howard Lederer.

To find out more about a tournament or to enter a tournament, click on the tournament name, and then click GO TO TOURNEY LOBBY at the right of the main lobby window. You can also double-click on the tournament name in the games window. Either of these actions will bring up the tournament lobby. In the tournament lobby, you can get more information about the tournament, such as prize amounts and the number of places that will be paid. The tournament lobby is also where you register to enter the tournament.

You can sign up for the tournament by clicking the REGISTER button in the tournament lobby. Note that this button will only be available after the tournament opens and registration has begun. The tournament opening time is displayed in the upper middle portion of the tournament lobby. Note also that the REGISTER button will not be available if the tournament is full, that is, if the maximum number of players for the tournament has already been reached.

Clicking the REGISTER button brings up the Tournament Buy-In dialog. The buy-in amount will appear, along with your available balance. Click the button next to the buy-in amount and then click OK. This returns you to the tournament lobby.

After you have registered for a tournament, the REGISTER button changes to an UNREGISTER button. Up until to the time the tournament starts, you can click the UNREGISTER button to remove yourself from the tournament. This will cancel your entry into the tournament and credit the amount of your buy-in back to your account

Once the tournament begins, a tournament table window will automatically open with you seated at the table. Just as in other games, if you specified Auto Center from the Options drop-down menu in the lobby, the table rotates so that you are front and center. You can always right-click on any position and specify Put Me Here if you want to move to that position.

When a tournament is in progress, you can also observe other tables. You can click on a player's name, which will auto-select the table at which that player is sitting, or choose a table from the list in the table window. After performing one of these two actions, click on OBSERVE TABLE to watch the action. You can also simply double-click on a player or a table in order to open a table.

Most of the features at tournament tables are the same as at any other table, but there are a few differences.

When the action begins in a blind game, the button is placed randomly at one of the seats, and everyone is dealt in. If it is your turn to post a blind, the software automatically posts the blind for you. Although the AUTO-POST BLINDS or AUTO-POST ANTES checkbox appears, and is checked, you cannot uncheck it. The checkbox is there only to remind you that the software automatically posts a blind when it is your turn to do so.

When the limit changes, a notice appears and remains in place for a few seconds, and a notice from the Tournament Director appears in the chat window. The title bar always indicates the current betting limit. In Limit Hold 'em, that information is the actual limits. In Pot-Limit or No-Limit Hold 'em, it is the size of the blinds. In Stud, it is the limits and the ante size.

If you need to leave your computer for any reason and do not want to get timed out, click SIT OUT NEXT HAND. You will receive cards, but your hand will automatically be folded to any bet, including your turn to open on the first round. In a Stud game, if you have the low-card bring-in, the minimum bet will be made for you, and then your hand will be folded to any bet. When you get back, click DEAL ME IN to uncheck the SIT OUT NEXT HAND checkbox, and you can again play your hand normally.

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In blackjack, you are trying to draw cards that total 21, or come closest to 21 than those held by the dealer without exceeding that number. To begin, the dealer deals two cards to each player. The dealer's first card faces up, the second faces down. All face cards (King, Queen, Jack) count as 10 each. All other cards count at face value except for the Ace, which counts as a 1 or 11 as you decide. (An Ace and a 6, for example, could be counted as a seventeen or a seven.) An Ace with any 10, Jack, Queen or King is a Blackjack. If you have a Blackjack, show the hand immediately and the dealer will pay you one and 1/2 times your bet. (Unless the dealer also has a Blackjack. In this case, the hand is a "push" (tie) and neither wins.)

If you do not have a Blackjack, you can ask the dealer to "hit" you, that is, give you another card. To indicate that you want to hit, scrape the cards across the table in a gesture similar to if you were pulling something towards you off of the table. You may draw as many cards as you like (one at a time), but if you go over 21, you "bust" and lose the hand. At that point, you must return your cards face up on the table immediately. If you do not want to "hit", you may "stand" by sliding your cards face down under your bet. After all players are satisfied with their hands, the dealer will then turn his down card face up and stand or draw as necessary. The dealer must draw to any count up to and including 16, and stand on 17. (Note: Some casinos require that the dealer stand on any 17 while others require that they hit a "soft" 17. A soft seventeen is an Ace and any other combination of cards that adds up to 17 (Example:  A, 6 or A, 2, 4). The odds say that it is to the players advantage when the dealer has to stand on a soft 17. To determine if the dealer hits or stands on a soft 17, look at the table. The house rule will be printed on the felt surface or posted on a sign at the corner of the table.)

Some casinos will offer single and double deck games that are dealt by hand. Others will offer games that use up to eight decks of cards and a "shoe" (plastic box) to hold the cards. Some casinos will allow you to hold your cards in one hand while others will only deal the game face up and not allow you to touch the cards. If you are allowed to handle your cards and you want a hit, drag the cards along the table surface towards you to indicate your request. If you want to stand, simply slide your cards face down under your bet. If you are not allowed to handle your cards, and you want to hit, drag your hand across the table surface towards you. To stand, wave your hand over the table. Your dealer will explain the gestures to you if you are not sure.

You should become familiar with the following terms before you play:

Blackjack : Any Ace with a 10 value card (10, J, Q, K). Pays one and 1/2 times your bet.

Bust: When you draw cards that add up to 22 or more over 21. If you bust, flip your cards face up and give them up to the dealer.

Hit : When you want to receive another card when you are below 21.

Splitting Pairs: When your first two cards are the same denomination (Example: 8, 8), you may "split" the pair into two separate hands and play each hand individually. You must wager the same amount as your original bet on each hand. Note that if you split Aces, you only get one card for each Ace. And, if the card you receive is a 10 value card, it is not Blackjack.

Doubling Down: If you are dealt a 10 or 11 and think you can win with only one more card, turn both cards face up and place another bet next to your original bet and up to or equal to the amount of original bet you placed. You will then be dealt one more card, face down. If your 3 cards beats the dealers hand (or if the dealer busts), you win on both bets placed. If your hand does not beat the dealer, you lose both bets. Note that some casinos will allow you to double on any 2 cards or on 9, 10 or 11. Ask your dealer if you are unsure what the house's policy is.

Insurance: If the dealers "up" (face up) card is an Ace, you will be offered insurance. Here you are betting that the dealer has a ten value card in the "hole" (face down). You can bet only 1/2 of your original bet. If the dealer does have a Blackjack, your original bet loses but your insurance bet is paid 2 to 1. If the dealer does not have a Blackjack, he takes your insurance bet. However, after he takes your insurance bet, the game continues and you are still playing a normal hand with your original bet.

Even Money: If a player has a Blackjack, and the dealer has an Ace up, the player may request "even money" in lieu of insurance prior to the dealer checking his "hole" (face down) card. The player forfeits the chance to be paid one and 1/2 times the bet if the dealer does not have a Blackjack also. But, the player avoids the "push" (tie) and get paid even money if the dealer does have a Blackjack.

Stand: When you don't want any more cards.

Push: A tie with the dealer.  Neither wins.

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