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Open the PayNoRake.com client software and login. After logging in, select the type of tournament you wish to view (Regular, Satellites, or all). When you are ready to play select any of the tournaments that are currently available to register.
You will now be viewing all tournaments that are available to register for at this time. To join a game, simply double click on any game to go to the Registration Lobby.
Once you are inside the registration lobby, you will notice a button in the lower right hand corner that says "Register Now". Click this button if you wish to join the tournament. If you have not already logged in, this button will appear as a login button. You must be logged in to register.
After clicking the register for tournament button, you will be prompted with a window asking you to provide a form of payment in order to enter the tournament. In most cases, this payment method is cash, but in certain circumstances you will also find you can enter using coins won in earlier rounds or other tournaments!
Here you will find access to the main menu. View all games (Texas Holdem, Omaha, 7 Card Stud, Guts & Big 2, PAN, 13 Card, BlackJack , Casino Games and Sit n Go's), click on each tab and find all tables available for each game.
All Tournaments are available in this section. Check out our daily scheduled Tournaments under the Regular tab, our tournament qualifiers under satellites and our freerolls or invitational tournaments under freerolls.
Is used to identify the game that is being played or registered for. In the event your tournament has a problem, remember this Game ID number for verification.
Displays the name of each available table.
Buy-in This column tells how much a player will have to pay in order to enter into the tournament. You will notice most entry fees come in a specific format. For example $2.00 + $.20. What this means is the tournament entry fee is $2.00. The remaining $.20 is the house take. The house fee replaces standard rake in tournament play. So, the total buy-in would be $2.20 with $2 going to the tournament prize pool.
Gives the current state of the table in question. Announced, registering or running.
Plrs / Seats (Players)
This column shows the number of registered players currently waiting for the tournament.