I don't think the blinds would start at level 1 again. They can start at basically any level. One would assume that the players would want a decent amount of play at the final table, so any blind level that gives the players a decent amount of BBs would be a good choice.So, say you had 30 players on five tables with a 10k stack to start. Each table plays to a winner, then the blinds are re-set to level 1? That gives each player a 60k stack, beginning at level 1. Is that right, or can the final table begin at level x?
Why not?Thank you. So all that makes sense if it were a tourney but the ones in my local area have a variable buy in. For example, 1-2 Shoot out with $50-$300 buy-in. Is that the same thing as what was described? Do you just start out with what ever stack you bought in with and you win the table?
One definition. Since each table winner must win all the chips at his table to advance, all the final table players should have the same number of chips, the only difference would be if one table had more or less players than the others at start.