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Answer :- Leagues are played in the form of multiple Sit-N-Gos over a week or more. The winner is determined by the best overall results of all the games played by an individual player.

To play, first you must select a league and register to it from the Available Leagues Page. Once you are registered with a league and that league is running ("Open") then you can find the associated league tables in the software game lobby under the "Leagues" section.

Games will run 24 hours a day and each registered league member will play the allotted number of games (usually 5). The games will be single table tournaments (10 people) or multi-table tournaments (number of tables varies per league, usually between 200 and 300).

For every game you play you will be awarded a score based on your finishing position. The higher the better, obviously. After you have played all the allotted games you will be given an average of all your previous scores, which determines your overall league ranking.

Just like in normal poker tournaments your final ranking then determines your prize amount.

Answer :- Very simply: you are given 10 points just for taking part, and then you get 10 more points for each person you outlast in the tournament. For example:

30 person multi-table tournament, you finish 5th: (25 x 10) + 10 = 260 points.

For single table, 10 seat, tournament you would get 100 for 1st place, 90 for second, and so on down to 10 points for last place:

Position 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
Points 100 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10

Using the points you earn during a game your league score is then calculated based on the total number of games you have played. If you have not yet played the minimum number of qualifying games for the league it is taken as an average of this. For example:

Scenario 1

In 5 game league Bill plays 3 games and scores 40, 50 and 60 points in each game. His current score would be:

(40 + 50 + 60) / 5 = 30

Note: in this scenario Bill has played only 3 games whereas the league is a 5 game league. Therefore if the league were to end then Bill would not qualify for the prizes because he has not played 5 (or more) games.

Scenario 2

In the same league Bill now has played 5 games and scored 50 in each of the extra games (he now qualified for the prizes). His current score would be:

(40 + 50 + 60 + 50 + 50) / 5 = 50

Scenario 3

In the same league Bill now has played 8 games and scored 50, 80 and 100 in each of the extra games (he now qualified for the prizes). His current score would be:

(40 + 50 + 60 + 50 + 50 + 50 + 80 + 100) / 8 = 60

In the event of tied score the player who has played the most number of games is ranked higher. If the same number of games are played then the prize pool is split accordingly.

Answer :- You may subscribe to a league through the website, you must first pick a league from the Available Leagues Page.

You can then click the name of the league on that page to see further details and a "Register Button". There are many free leagues, and any entry fee on the other leagues goes 100% towards the final prizepool. Various leagues are available, though some are privately run and may require an invitation to enter.

Answer :- Yes. If you have at least 100 players to invite to join a league then we can set you up a private league. You will need to decide on the entry fee ($5 minimum), the number of players and/or the starting date for the league. For each new player you bring to the league you will also earn referral bonuses. Contact us here for more information.
Answer :- A league may be exclusively Sit and Go No Limit Hold'em, scheduled multi table tournaments, or a combination of the two. Cash games (limit, pot limit and no limit) are not eligible for league play because league ranking is based upon tournament finishing positions.

For example, a league could be setup that comprises only single table tournaments, in in which each player will play 5 in total. Or it could be setup to be 8 multi-table tournaments scheduled once per week for 50 people, in which each player must play at least 3,4,5 or whatever. In choosing a league consider your poker strengths: are you better at single table tournaments, or multis, or both?

Answer :- In the software game lobby under the "League" section. You need to be registered for the league to which a game is associated in order to simply sit in and play. You can check here for Available Leagues and register for the ones that interest you.
Answer :- You are given plenty of time to play the minimum number of games for each league. If you did not play them all and the league has finished you will still be given a score but you will not be eligible for the prizemoney.

This is done because the scores are averaged over all the alloted games. By averaging over all games (even if unplayed) we prevent people from playing one game, taking first place, then never playing again because their average (1 first place out of 1 attempt) is so high. In short, you have plenty of time to play the games and could even do all of them in one day.

Answer :- The first thing to try and always remember when you are playing in a league game or tournament is that consistency of play is going to help you out tremendously in the long haul. Leagues are about your performance in a number of games, not just one single game. You are therefore more likely to finish in a paid position if your play is consistent. For example, a player who plays 3 tournaments against 50 people and finishes in 1st, 40th and 36th respectively will finish in a lower overall position than one who finishes in 7th, 12th and, say, 3rd. even though they came 1st in one tournament the relatively poorer finishes in the other 2 will bring down the overall score.
Answer :- Be aware of your current situation upon entering a game. In league play you should check the leaderboard regularly and see where you are currently ranked and how many games you have left to play. This will help determine you strategy for the upcoming games.

For example, you may be a very aggressive player, always raising big and bluffing at lots of pots. As you will know sometimes this can work for you, sometimes not. However, consider that you have only 1 game left to play and are currently in 7th position in the league. Say that the league pays out to the top 10 positions, so you are in the money.

So how do you play your last game? Well, based on the ranking of the other players in the league you have to make a choice - maybe you are going to play aggressive and push to move up a few positions by hopefully winning the last game. But maybe, however, this too dangerous of a tactic and you decide to play more conservatively to guarantee holding on to your already reasonable ranking and guarantee of a payout.

It's up to, but by considering and changing your tactics you can maximize your profits and minimize your losses, which afterall is what poker is all about!

In the same method as devising your own game tactics it can be useful to try and determine the tactics of your opponents. If for example you know the person who is betting behind you at your table could be trying to hold on to their league rank then it may be a good idea to raise them a lot - they will be more likely to fold to avoid losing.

Answer :- Our leagues give you the option to play your games in single table tournaments or multi table tournaments. Play what you're best at - if single tables are your strength then play these leagues, or if you prefer multi table against many people play these leagues.
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