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What's New 2010
Split by number of drops for 2 Players
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.
Example
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.
All the players are eliminated. Player1 is on lesser count and Player2 is the player with the highest count.
Drop Difference | Player1 | Player2 | |
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.