# The fastes and most secure way to build a bankroll

• Bronze
Joined: 27.10.2010
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• Bronze
Joined: 28.09.2010
nice
• Bronze
Joined: 24.09.2010
I think you got it wrong.
When you get to 5 players you get your buy in back(5\$without fee) and then you get 0,16\$ for every 100 chips.
Correct me if I am wrong.
• Bronze
Joined: 27.10.2010
yes ur right but I never said you get your 0.30\$ back I meant if you buy in for 5.30\$ and if you finish with 1000 chips you get 10\$ (double the 5\$ you bought in for) + 0.16\$ for every 100 chips so you get 11.6 (10+ (10*0.16) = 11.6

overall if you buy in 2 times you bought for 10.60\$ and if you cash in one you get 11.6 right
so it's 11.6 - 10.6 = 1\$
• Bronze
Joined: 14.05.2010
wrong if you cash in you get 5\$ +.16 for every 1 chips, so if you cash in with 1k chips it will be 6.6\$
• Bronze
Joined: 27.10.2010
not wrong..!!! you get 10\$ when you cash + 1.6 for the 1k chips = 11.6\$ so you get 6.3\$(actual win) but the whole amount you get is 11.6 (in it there's the 5.3\$) so you take 11.6 = 5.3 (is entry) + 6.3(the money you actually won)

and if you had taken the time to do the math.. you wouldn't have seen it

And for anyone who's reading this post THE MATH IS CORRECT SO DON'T QUESTION IT JUST SEE THE IDEA

THE MATH IS CORRECT TRY IT AND YOU'LL SEE IT
• Bronze
Joined: 01.12.2010
this sounded really cool but I didnt understand a shit
• Bronze
Joined: 27.10.2010
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• Bronze
Joined: 21.08.2010
As a formula, an individual’s payout would be expresses as:

All info here
• Silver
Joined: 06.05.2008
‘Fifty50’ is a type of one-table Sit & Go tournament. In a Fifty50 Sit & Go, the event ends when half of the entrants have been eliminated. For example, in a 10-player Fifty50 tournament, 5 will be paid. Half of the prize pool will be distributed equally among the 5 winners, and the other half of the prize pool will be distributed among those same 5 players based on the chip count percentages at the end of the event. The 6th-10th place finishers win nothing. So in a 10-player \$10+\$1 Fifty50, the prize pool is \$100. Each of the final 5 finishers would receive \$10 each, plus a percentage of the remaining \$50 in the prize pool. You can find Fifty50 tournaments under ‘Sit & Go’ > ‘1-Table’ in the PokerStars lobby.
As a more detailed example, in a \$300+\$17 tournament with ten entrants, the total prize pool is \$3,000. Each player starts with 1,500 chips.
Example Chips Chip % Chip Prize +Buy-in Total Prize
Player 1 4,300 28.67% \$430 +\$300 \$730
Player 2 3,600 24.00% \$360 +\$300 \$660
Player 3 3,100 20.67% \$310 +\$300 \$610
Player 4 2,300 15.33% \$230 +\$300 \$530
Player 5 1,700 11.33% \$170 +\$300 \$470
Total 15,000 100.00% \$1,500 +\$1,500 \$3,000
• Bronze
Joined: 31.08.2010
• Bronze
Joined: 31.08.2010

you really must be dumb
• Bronze
Joined: 27.10.2010
LOL is this for real.. the way it's presented in the lobby is not like that at all

so actually the do not give away money they.. they just don't give enough info

and so this thread is useless.. sorry for the wrong info

I thought i was to good to be true..
• Bronze
Joined: 31.08.2010
0.16 x 15000 = 2400

so theres \$24 dollars of the fee, the other 25 dollars the last 5 receive couts up to \$49...

so the 5 dollars entry, minus the fee adds up to \$50, so if anything theres a dollar missing.. .so pokerstars are taking EXTRA money than the rake....