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Poker players participate in many different games of poker. They play
against a wide range of players, from just one other player, to a full table
of nine other players. Poker tournaments are a natural extension of a
Like poker games, poker tournaments can range in size. Two players can
participate in their own private poker tournament. This type of tournament
is referred to as a “Head’s Up” tournament. Large poker tournaments can
cater to thousands of players who are sitting at hundreds of different poker
tables. The size of a tournament depends on the tournament host, the jackpot
and the location. Poker tournaments can take place in someone’s home,
in a convention center, and everywhere in between. The options are endless.
No matter the size of the tournament, one player ends up winning the whole
lot. Whether there are four players or 3,000, the winner of the poker
tournament will be the player who wins every single poker chip in the game.
Other players receive tournament rankings based on their position at elimination.
In order to advance toward an end and reward the winner, tournaments feature
increasing blinds. This means that as a player advances through the rounds, he
or she must make a larger initial bet than in previous rounds.
Large poker tournaments often take place over a number of days. Many variations
of the game are featured in tournaments, including Seven Card Stud and the
ever-popular Texas Hold ‘Em. In some tournaments, multiple variations of poker
are played at the same time. Other tournaments feature simply one version of