Would that imply that you can leave ( or join) at any moment, while, taking the stack you have at that moment with you? Otherwise, what would be the difference with a regular MTT? And how are the eventual winners paid? I.e. does part of your buyin go towards a prize pool?
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nicola: What is a MTCT? Ivelina: MTCT is a Multi-table collapsible tournament Ivelina: they're the most popular tournaments in the world Ivelina: Multi-table collapsible tournaments can accept more than 10 players and split them up over multiple tables Ivelina: These tournaments start at a specific time and date. Players are seated randomly by the software. The blinds increase incrementally as the tournament progresses. nicola: that may be, but I have played poker for years on many platforms, I have googled and asked on a few big poker forums and no-one heard of em before Ivelina: As players are eliminated, tables are ‘broken’, i.e. the players are automatically re-assigned to keep tables full or even with one another. Eventually, the last few surviving players with chips are assigned to the final table, where the eventual winner is the one who wins all the chips from his/her opponents. nicola: are they just a MTT ? Ivelina: sort of those, yes Ivelina: but the idea is that the tables collapse until one is left nicola: yeah, that's a MTT Ivelina: so the more players are eliminated, you finally get down to the last ones sitting on one table nicola: seems partypoker just renamed them for some reason nicola: ok ty for your help Ivelina: most welcome Nicola
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That is one hell of a conversation . We're you pulling your hair out by the end of it? I saw the mission and considered it was simply a typo, but it seems that PartyPoker have reinvented the MTT. And called it an MTCT!
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I checked their website any can't find any mention of MTCT, all i could find is MTT, so it must be a new name that they just started, and havn't put it on their website yet.
------------ but i did find it on the internet.
------------ Collapsible Tournaments
Collapsible tournaments are tournaments with more than 10 players and multiple tables running concurrently. As players are eliminated, tables merge. This continues to happen until only 1 table remains, and ultimately finishes when 1 player holds all of the chips.
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Edited by crash58 (Sunday, August 10, 2014 @ 16:53 GMT)