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Shootout Satellites

We’re always looking for way to add more excitement to your time at bwin.com. That's why we've combined two of our favourite types of tournament to bring you the Shootout Satellite.

We offer you the chance to win a shot at big prizes while taking part in some breath-taking poker action; this new tournament format will give you the genuine experience. The two types of Shootout Satellite you can get stuck in are:

  • Double Shootout
  • Triple Shootout

Double Shootout

In a Double Shootout tournament, you'll need to play through two rounds to claim the final prize. The last player left at each table at the end of round one will progress to the final table, where the player who takes first place will also take down the prize.

The list below shows how this would work for a 10-seater Double Shootout tournament starting with 80 players on eight full tables.

  1. 80 players join the tournament and the tourney starts with 8 tables
  2. Each table will have 1 winner and at the end of the round 1, there will be 8 players remaining
  3. Eight players will join the final table in round 2. Chips will be reset for all players
  4. The tournament will end and there will be 1 winner who will gain entry to the target tournament

Triple Shootout

In a triple shootout tournament, you'll need to play through three rounds to claim the final prize. The last player left at each table at the end of round one will progress to round two. This process repeats in round two, with the top player on each table going through to the final table, where the player who takes first place will also take down the prize.

The list below shows how this would work for a 10-seater triple shootout tournament starting with 1,000 players on 100 full tables

  1. 1,000 players join the tournament and the tourney starts with 100 tables
  2. Each table will have 1 winner and at the end of the round 1, there will be 100 players remaining
  3. 100 players will participate in round 2 on 10 tables
  4. Round 2 will end with 10 players at the end
  5. Round 3 will start with 10 players at the final table
  6. At the end of round 3, we will have a winner

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