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  • Joining your first game

    There are a couple of different ways you can join a game on Replay Poker. The easiest way to just jump right in is using the "Quick Play" button at the top of the Dashboard page. This seats you at ...

  • What are tournament points?

    Tournament points (or "tourney points") are a measuring tool to rank yourself against other Replay Poker players. They are used in our toplists and our monthly leaderboards, as well as some of our...

  • How Replay Poker makes money

    Making money is not our main goal on Replay Poker, but it does help pay the bills and keep the site moving forward! We make our money from the generosity of players in the community that purchase ...

  • Progressive Knockout (PKO) Tournaments - FAQ

    What is a progressive knockout (PKO) tournament? Progressive Knockout (PKO) tournaments are a format where players earn bounties for eliminating opponents. This is done when a player loses their la...

  • The different types of tournaments on Replay Poker

    Multi-Table Tournaments Multi-Table Tournaments, also known as MTTs, are typically larger tournaments and they start at predetermined times. Before the tournament starts, players must first registe...

  • How are mission rewards calculated?

    Mission rewards are calculated based on the amount of rake which is expected to be contributed over the course of the mission. Sometimes you will get lucky and complete a mission quicker than expe...

  • Differences between regular and turbo tables

    To differentiate between turbo (fast) tables and regular (slow) tables, look for the lightning bolt on the left side of the lobby list. If it's highlighted, that means it's a turbo table. The diff...

  • Are players allowed to sit out during tournaments?

    Yes. Sitting out (essentially folding every hand) is a legal tactic in both real money and play money poker.  Think of it this way: After a tournament has started, a player cannot decide to pick u...

  • Reporting a player

    Sometimes people stop playing nice, or just forget the rules. If you encounter a player that isn't living up to community standards, we have a few ways you can alert us. Before you get started, con...

  • How to add chips while playing in a ring game

    How do you manage your chip stack on our ring tables? When you first join the table, you'll get this pop-up. While you make your choice, seated players will notice that your seat is reserved. ...