We know there’s nothing more frustrating than making it to the final table and getting prize tickets for a tournament type you have no interest in. With the introduction of tournament dollars (T$), these worries are a thing of the past.
T$ will put the choice back into your hands, allowing you to enter any tournament you like. Think of these tournament dollars as a one-for-all voucher. You can use T$ for staking or Fortune Spin. You can even use a combination of T$ and cash to cover your entry.
Tournament Dollars are a new flexible currency at GGPoker.
T$ can be used as an alternate means of payment for entry into any scheduled network tournament or Fortune Spin game at GGPoker. You can select to pay in T$ or cash when registering for any event.
Build your stack of tournament dollars by playing our new online poker tournament format, T$ Builder. These tournaments will run every 30 minutes daily and is available at $1, $2, $4 and $8 buy-in amounts. There’s no extra fees so 100% of the buy-in will go into the prize pool. The minimum player requirement is 2 so you’ll never be stuck waiting around.
Your total T$ amount can be accessed through the poker client by selecting Account > Balance Status. The figure will also be shown in the buy-in windows when you register for tournaments.
One Tournament Dollar (T$) is equivalent to the cash amount of $1.
*Please note T$ cannot be used in cash games, cashed-out, or transferred to other players.
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