Bounty Tournaments

A bounty tournament is a unique option provided by Clubs Poker in which players have a bounty on their heads.

Knock out a player, and you earn the bounty as part of your reward. The farther you make it in a competition, the more bounty prizes you can rack up.

The benefit of this tournament type is that you can claim the bounty prize even if you don’t win a position in the event.

Check out more details on bounty events below to better understand what to expect!

What Is Bounty Tournament?

A Bounty event has a specific tournament entry with Gold or Sweeps Coins.

Once you register for an event, post the entry amount and start playing poker. It’s a basic tournament format, where you are seated at the table and play games like Texas Hold’em or Omaha.

As you play, you can earn extra prizes by eliminating other players.

Every player has a set bounty limit on their head. If you eliminate one or more players, you earn their bounty.

The more players you eliminate, the larger your bounty prize becomes.

Players can win bounty prizes despite not finishing at the top of the tournament, so it’s a great way to add more coins to your account.

Bounty Tournament Rules

The rules for Bounty events are simple. Each tournament has a set bounty per player and a set number of players that can compete.

If you eliminate another player, their bounty is added to your total. If you are eliminated early, you still get to keep the bounties you won.

If you make it to a finishing position, you earn any bounties you collected as well as the event prizes.

Bounty Tournament Hands

Players can win a hand competing in Bounty events, just as you would in a traditional poker game.

You need to know the hand rankings for poker to ensure you make smart decisions as you play.

Standard hand rankings are as follows:

  1. Royal Flush: Ace-King-Queen-Jack-Ten of the same suit.
  2. Straight Flush: Five consecutive cards of the same suit, such as 10-9-8-7-6 of hearts.
  3. Four of a Kind: Four of the same cards, also known as a quad.
  4. Full House: Three of a kind and two of a kind in one hand.
  5. Flush: A five-card hand with all the same suit.
  6. Straight: Five cards in consecutive order without the same suit.
  7. Three of a Kind: Three cards of the same kind plus two extra cards.
  8. Two Pair: Two of the same cards with three additional cards.
  9. One Pair: Two cards of the same value and three extra cards.
  10. High Card: None of your cards will create a winning hand with the

Playing Strategies For Bounty Tournaments

Before starting a Bounty event, having a strategy in place is a good idea.

We have a few tips below to help you strategize your gaming for better bankroll management and win potential.

  • Play Based on Poker Hands: Know your poker hand rankings before you begin. You will not be face-to-face with players, so it’s hard to tell who is bluffing. Make smart decisions by basing your rounds on the available cards and hand rankings.
  • Don’t Be Afraid to Bluff: While playing based on hand rankings is smart, you can bluff occasionally. Only do so if you have a chance to win, and try to limit bluffing when you have enough coins to stay in the game.
  • Start with Lower Tournament Entries: If you are new to Bounty events, start with the lower entry options. This way, you risk less and can test the tournament before playing at higher levels.

How To Play Bounty Tournament At Clubs Poker?

  • Log in to Clubs Poker.
  • Use the lobby to locate Bounty tournaments. Access the available filters to decide on which event to play.
  • You must post a tournament entry to play in Gold Coins or Sweeps Coins.
  • Once the event begins, you are seated at the table.
  • Select your play amount per hand, and the game begins.
  • You will continue to play hand after hand until you are eliminated or the event is over.
  • Remember, you earn the bounties from players you eliminate, giving you extra prizes as you play.
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