What's New 2010
Split by number of drops for 2 Players Updated: 2010
We now split the prize pool between the players by the number of drops each player has. When the players opt for a split in the prize pool, we even their scores, by awarding the drop difference to the player with lesser score and then split the remaining prize pool between the 2 players.
Entry: 100, Number of players: 5, Rejoins: 3. Prize pool = 800 (initial entry + rejoins)
All the players are eliminated. Player1 is on lesser count and Player2 is the player with the highest count.
|Same drop||400||400||Split equally|
|1 Drop||450||350||Give 1 extra game to player 1 and split the remaining prize pool|
|2 Drop||500||300||Give 2 extra games to player 1 and split the remaining prize pool|
|3 Drop||550||250||Give 3 extra games to player 1 and split the remaining prize pool|
|4 Drop||600||200||Give 4 extra games to player 1 and split the remaining prize pool|
Note: If the total number of games (initial prize pool + rejoins) is greater than or equal to the drop difference between the players, then the split option will not work. A Tournament can only be split if there are only 2 players left. Both players have to agree for splitting the prize pool.
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