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I'm using BlindValet.com to set up the ideal configuration for my 6-people poker tourney, but the chip distribution is a pain in the ass and I'm gonna need some help. Players: 6. Duration: 2.5 hours. Level Time: 15 minutes. Now the starting stacks, distribution and blinds are the bitch here. I haven't even ...
It's perfect for a poker night or small tournament at home, with up to six players starting with 1,000 points ($1,000 in chips). You can buy a set of Key West chips like this here. Picture. Our "Perfect" 500-chip set is the number and breakdown most recommended for home games by the experts for longer tournaments. You get ...
Everyone can remember playing their first home game - that cash game with a $10 buy-in yet somehow 50¢/$1 blinds. Or that tournament where you start with $1,000 in chips in 10 different denominations. These simple, organizational mistakes can turn even the most basic home poker game into a.

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If you host a tournament where each player starts with 100 chips (T100) - your chip denominations should probably be 1, 2, 5, and 25. If you host a tournament where each player starts with 1000 chips - your chip denominations should probably be 5, 25, 100, and 500.
Starting Chips. When starting the tournament, make sure that each player has enough chips. Have at least 20 chips of smallest denomination. For example, when starting with $5000, your blinds start at $25-$50; have at least 20 green $25 chips.
For example, a typical 500-chip set may give you 300 white chips, 100 blue chips, and 100 red chips. You will always want to use the higher quantity chip (in this case, white) as the lowest denomination chip. You can check out my home poker game spreadsheet if you want a calculator to see how many of each chip you will ...
For a normal game of poker at home (6-10 players), it is recommended that you have a suitcase with 500 poker chips. For less than 6 players, you can use 300 chips, but remember that at some point you may want to invite more players or try rebuy tournaments. It is therefore not a bad idea to get a larger suitcase straight ...

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How to run a home poker tour A poker tour typically is a series of home poker tournaments, check this out often you have your tournaments monthly, weekly or bi-monthly is up to you.
Exactly how you run each home poker tournament will depend on the chips you have, the number home poker starting chips players, the time you all have available and personal preference.
Below are some general guidelines and our experiences on structures, players per table, chip counts and payouts.
For more detailed information on structures and rules is a great resource.
TOURNEY STRUCTURE There are many ways to run your home game and it's up to you on what structure you ultimately choose to go with.
Here are a couple examples of how we run our weekly home poker tournaments and we've found them to work quite well.
PLAYERS PER TABLE We typically home poker starting chips to play with 8 or 9 players per table but no more that 10 max.
This continues until we are able to merge tables to tables of 8-10 each or a final table of 10.
If your chips have denominations on them then go with that otherwise just assign the chip colors you have to each value.
We typically don't use an ante at any point but you may choose to home poker starting chips there is not enough action.
Raising the blinds every 15 minutes works nicely with this structure.
PAYOUT AND POINTS Payout structure can be whatever you like.
To make life easy you can use our or if you prefer to do the math yourself below is a percentage general payout structure.
For points we normally give last place 1 point, and then an additional point for every additional spot, with bonus points for finishing in the money.
We basically start with these % guidelines but will adjust a little here and there depending on game size and buy-in amount.
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END OF SEASON CHAMPIONSHIP At the end of the season have a home poker championship game for the top X players.
If you have 50 players in your league let the top 15 or so in to the championship and then have a play-in game for everyone else to keep it interesting.
The winner of they play-in game gets to play in the championship game too.
This is home poker starting chips great way to round out a season.

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