RTG Buy In Tourneys - Why I love them

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        Ok so I've been playing a TON of tourneys mostly at Bet Phoenix (they have a lot going on constantly).  They are actually really fun and the chances of winning are way more than just playing slots.  Not to mention the fact that the payout is pretty good.

        Before you register check on the payouts and payout structure.  There are two different types of tourney prize pools I have found.  One is the accumulated tourney in which the buy in is $2 + .020 and therefore the pot increases by $2 everytime someone registers.  Then there are the set pot limit tourneys in which the buy in might be $2 + 0.20 but the prize is $100 regardless of how many play even if there is just 5 people, which is the case most times (these I like the best).

        Also at Bet Phoenix it seems the bug in their system when it comes to paying the winner has been fixed as yesterday I was paid as soon as the tourney ended (and I won 1st on all three that ended at that time) .

        I just love playing these because I still get to play slots but with greater odds of winning or maybe I'm just lucky.  Freeroll luck is another thing that I need more of though.

        Good Luck!

        Also, does anyone know which other RTGs have tons of tourneys all the time?  
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        If I take a deposit bonus at Bet Phoenix, where do I stand on entering tournaments?

        I guess it's a total nono, since it is counted as bonus money?
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        I know Rushmore has quite a few tourneys..But they are non-set amounts...Still they are more interesting then the Vegas tech ones with the massive rebuys people can make.

        Like what was mentioned before If you're lucky, then you'll win, if not..not. No buying your way into first place with RTGs
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        Here's what my experience has been with that.  When I use a bonus code I haven't been able to register because it says I do not have enough funds.  When I have been manually given a free chip (from a contest or support giving me one) I am able to register and play.  I also asked support if I could play tourneys with the last free chip I was given and they said yes. 
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        you know what, from my experiences with rtg tourneys, as long as you've met the wagering requirement then you can definetly use that extra withdrawable money in your account to play in the torneys...that is the only way that i know you'll be able to use free chips on tourney entry fees...  I do agree that rtg's tourneys are far way better than those offered at vegas tech casinos...

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