The Tournament Floor Application is used to manage all poker tournaments. Tournaments can be created, duplicated and deleted.

Of course all necessary settings can be made. No matter if there is a specific starting time or whether it is a Sit&Go tournament.

You can add players at any time, move players, eliminate players, or simply stop the clock.

  • Multiple tournaments at the same time
  • Table management and overview
  • Handles tables of varying sizes
  • Player movements, tracking of players
  • Direct seating on sign up

  • Ticket printing
  • Guaranteed prize pools
  • House contributions
  • Frequent player points
  • player bounties and more...

The tournament list shows the status and current information in detail. In addition to the name and short description of the tournament, you can read more information in the various columns.

Tournament List & Overview

  • Game and Limit
  • Buy-In status, e.g. Re-Entry, Re-Buy, etc.
  • Total number and available seats
  • Number of Entries and Re-Entries
  • Current number of waiting players

  • Current number of waiting players
  • Number of players currently active
  • Current level and remaining level time
  • Status of the tournament, e.g. Seating, Clock Stopped, Running, etc.

Basic Settings & General Setup

The basic parameters must be defined only once and can be used again and again. In addition to the name and the short description, the game, the limit and the type are defined here.

In particular, it is determined here whether or not the tournament will be run with or without player names. If you decide against the names of the players, only the number of players and possibly the Re-Entries, Re-Buys etc. are entered.

  • General
  • Registration & Elimination & Waiting List
  • Tables & Seats
  • Automatic Control

  • Level, Remaining Level Time, Play Time, Total Time
  • Tournament View Options (parameters for Display Manager)
  • Miscellaneouse
  • Description

Buy-In, Fees, House Contribution

The relevant costs for a tournament are different, depending on whether it is a Re-Entry or Re-Buy tournament. All possible combinations can be activated and configured in this area.

The most important data are always the number of chips, as well as the Buy-In (added to the prize pool) and the fee (for the house).
Of course, the prize pool can be customized. In addition to the guaranteed prize pool, additional fees can be charged. Also there are several ways for increasing the prize pool.

  • Start-Up
  • Buffet
  • Bonus
  • Bounty

  • Re-Entry
  • Re-Buy
  • Add-On
  • Extra Prize pool

  • House Accounting

Assigned Tables & Seating

The table list shows all assigned tables and their occupancy. In addition to the number of players, the relative difference between players is indicated by a color. The status at the table is aligned with most players. So the floor always gets the overview and can react quickly to move players.

With one click, entire tables can be closed. The players are distributed to the remaining used tables. A Re-Draw is possible at any time.

  • Table category (smoking, no smoking, etc.)
  • Set Final Table
  • Status (occupancy and relative color)
  • Table or player name
  • Remaining stacks at the table
  • Chips
  • Bonuses

  • Bounties
  • Re-Entries
  • Re-Buys
  • Add-Ons
  • Winnings
  • Deal

Entries & Players List

The entries list contains all the players, including those already eliminated. Players can be registered, deleted and searched.

Depending on the tournament, different columns will be displayed. In a Re-Buy tournament, for example, the number of Re-Buys are shown.
Depending on the payout table, further columns are displayed e.g. showing the winnings or points.

  • In/Out check mark
  • Name
  • Table & Seat or the Rank
  • Chips
  • Buffets
  • Bonuses

  • Bounties
  • Re-Entries
  • Re-Buys
  • Add-Ons
  • Winnings
  • Deal

Cascade Payouts

Payouts can either contain absolute values or they can be calculated. For this purpose, the prize pool can be defined by setting percentages or the formula editor can be used.

A prize pool can also be defined for points. In addition, it is possible to cascade payouts. Depending on the number of starters, another prize pool can be determined.

  • Create prize pool for different accounts
  • Set absolute values
  • Calculate values with percentages

  • Set rounding options
  • Enter a formula to calculate values