A poker tournament in which poker players are not permitted to rebuy once they have lost their chips.
A winner-take-all tournament with no re-buys. That is, a game in which play continues until one player has all the chips.
Any tournament format in which you cannot re-buy. A freezeout is a good format for heads-up pot-limit or no-limit play, since the amount at stake can be fixed in advance, and the competitors can use arbitrarily valued chips as in tournaments.
a tournament in which there are no add-ons or rebuys.
A poker event where a player is eliminated once he has no chips left.
An elimination tournament. Declining usage.
A type of tournament with no re-buys or top-ups allowed. Once a player has lost their chips they are eliminated from the tournament.
A tournament in which the winner takes all; play continues until one player has all of the chips in play.
A tournament with no rebuys or top-ups.
A type of tournament in which you can't "rebuy", once you loss your stack the tournaments ends for you; play continues until one player has all of the chips in play.
The most common tournament structure in which players are eliminated when they run out of chips. Tables are combined as seats open up until a single player has won all the chips. The players who made the top spots win a percentage of the prize pool on a sliding scale starting with about 40% for first place. The number of places paid varies by the size of the tournament. Rebuy tournaments become freezeout tournaments after the rebuy period is over.
A tournament that does not permit re-buys. Once a player loses all their chips then they are eliminated.
a tournament format whereby you cannot rebuy, your buyin is the limit of your play
A tournament structure where only the top player gets paid.
A poker tournament in which only the initial entry is permitted, i.e. no re-entry once all your chips are lost