Re-entry Tournaments

A re-entry tournament is one in which you have the opportunity to enter an event again after you have already been eliminated from that event. In re-entry tournaments, when you lose all your chips you will be offered the ability to re-enter immediately. If you choose not to re-enter at that time, you can still register normally from the tournament lobby any time during the late registration period.

Multiple entries at the same time are not allowed.

Re-entry tournaments are similar to rebuy tournaments, but are different in a few ways:
When you lose all your chips in a re-entry tournament, you are eliminated from the event and receive a place in the finishing order.
In a rebuy tournament, when you rebuy you keep your seat.
In a re-entry tournament, you will receive a new seat, and will be seated like any other new player, usually ending up at a different table.

Tournaments sometimes allow players the opportunity to re-enter more than once. To find out how many re-entries are available in a tournament, navigate to the ‘Home’ tab in the tournament lobby. Re-entries will show in the tournament standings with the number of that entry next to the ID of the player. For example, if KidPoker enters an event three times, his entries would show in the finishing list as KidPoker, KidPoker [2], KidPoker [3].

Note that a re-entry tournament may limit the number of times you can re-enter. This number will be noted in the tournament lobby. Once you have used up the allowed number of re-entries, you will not be allowed to play again in that event.

Multi-entry tournaments

In Multi-entry tournaments, the player can enter several times simultaneously. If he does that, he will be seated at several tables at a time when the tournament starts. For each entry he will have to pay Buy-in + Entry Fee. If at a late stage of the tournament there is one table left and a player still has two entries in the tournament, their stacks will be merged and the player that gets “eliminated” will receive a payout for that position. It is very beneficial to get deep in a tournament with multiple of your entries still in.