Rummy Tournaments at 32Red
Tournaments are available in many different formats and tournament types:
Quick Seats: These are tables with a predetermined number of rounds (1-3) and players. Players compete against each other and the winner is the player with the least number of points at the end of the game.
Single Table Tournaments: The tournaments are designed to allow 2-4 players to compete against each other in a single table in which players receive penalty points. The player that reaches the elimination threshold is eliminated from the tournament.
Multi Table Tournament: These tables are designed to allow a large number of players to compete for a larger pool prize. The more players that register, the more tables open and the winner is the player with all the chips in the last table. These tournaments are predetermined and can be seen in the Multi Table Tournament lobby.
Turbo (T): Tables offering the regular rummy games but with a shorter time limit (30 seconds) making for faster game play. These tournaments are marked with a (T) and are easily found in the lobby.
Speed (S): This option is available in Multi Table Tournaments. The level counter in these tournaments runs faster and makes games unpredictable and more exciting.
Guaranteed (G): In this format 32RedRummy sets a prize for the tournament and guarantees that no matter the number of players, that prize is guaranteed. If the stake amount by all of the players exceeds the guaranteed prize, the prize increases accordingly.
Added Prize (A): In this tournament format 32RedRummy will add a predetermined amount onto the pool prize, over and above what the players stake.
Rebuy (R): This Multi Table tournament format allows players that have been eliminated from the tournament to buy back into the competition. Players using the rebuy option will be returned to the tournament with the initial number of chips. This option can only be used until a certain level and only on predetermined rebuy games.
Freeroll: These are Multi Table Tournaments offering real money cash prizes with no buy in from the player. The freeroll tournaments are clearly marked inside the lobby.
Qualifier (Q): Qualifier tournaments are held before High Stakes tournaments and offer the winners vouchers to the High stakes game for a lower buy in amount.
Beginners (B): The beginners tables have been designed to allow new players to compete against other players of their experience level.