Tournament Information

  • 3 tournaments nightly.

  • Texas Hold’em Poker style

  • Establishment prizes will be given to the first place winner.

  • Prizes are drawn once the completion and we have one winner at the end of the tournament.  These prizes range from $25 bar tab, $50 bar tab or $50 visa gift cards and all prizes are donated by the establishments.  

  • All players have the same equal opportunity to win and play for entertainment purposes only.

  • All establishments will run a 18-20 week tournament.

  • All players will begin with 10,000 in chips.

  • Top 15 players will receive points each night of play only at the establishment they play.

  • If 40 or more customers play at an establishment, then the top 20 will receive points.

  • Customers can only sit at the tournament once the break for that tournament is done.

  • You must be 21 or older to play.


    Players:

    Will be treat the customers equally and fairly at all times. Customers are correct to a point, no arguing with customers in front of other patrons. All players that sign up 30 minutes prior to start up will receive an extra 25 points. Receipts need to be turned in nightly for the following: you will receive points for the dollar amount you spend

    There is no talking about the cards in play, no showing other players your cards, no cursing at the table, no string betting, if you muck your hand it remains mucked, if you bet out of turn the bet remains in the pot.

    If you leave the table your cards will be mucked. If you miss 3 hands or more, you will be blinded out until you return. Players choose their seat location except at a final tournament. If you spill a drink at the table you need to buy the table a drink. Tipping to the dealers is a courtesy because they are dealing on their own time. Proper tipping is when you begin a tournament and when you go to a final table.

    If our tournament clocks have 20 seconds or less on them, our dealers are instructed to raise the blind to the next level. 


    Blinds

    The following will be our standard blinds:
  • 100/200 blinds will go for 23 minutes
  • 200/400 blinds will go for 20 minutes
  • 300/600 blinds will go for 15 minutes
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  • Blinds will go up every 15 minutes until the final table and they will go up every 10 minutes,  and then 8 minutes

    *Depending on what tournament we are playing determines the blind schedules as it gets later in the evening, the tournaments are shorter in play time! 

    Legalities

    State statues define gambling as having three distinct characteristics: Prize, Chance, and Consideration. If any of these three characteristics are missing, the contract is within the law. Poker, by law, is considered to be a game of "'chance"'. "Prize" we have lots of them! "Consideration" means anything which is a commercial or financial advantage to the promoter or the disadvantage to any participant."

    This means we cannot charge a fee for players to play Fantasy Poker Inc., Inc. There is no "buy-in." We cannot require players to make a purchase from the host location. Chips used in our tournament have no financial value. Each player must sign a sheet stating they understand these regulations. Our regulations are also posted at each event.
    Fantasy Poker Inc. is committed to running our tournaments within state laws.

    Fantasy Poker Inc., Inc Rules and Regulations

      • Players must register before each round.   
      • Photo ID required from all players at the time of registration.
      • Each player will be assigned a registration number.
      • Players must be 21 years of age.
      • No purchase or cover charge is required to play. Note: It is free for players to play but it is important that players realize; the establishment is paying Fantasy Poker Inc., Inc. to provide an entertainment service for them. The establishment must sell products in order to offset this expense.
      • No form of currency is allowed on the table, as prohibited by state law.
      • All cards and chips must remain on the table at all times.
      • Inappropriate behavior will be subject to penalty or elimination.
      • Any disputes will be settled by tournament managers and are final.
      • Rules are subject to change.