MonsterJackpot geknackt!?

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    • Justus
      Justus
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      Dabei seit: 16.07.2005 Beiträge: 1.846
      kommst du aus düsseldorf?
    • fl0ppy
      fl0ppy
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      Dabei seit: 01.02.2005 Beiträge: 1.117
      Nein, der Verlierer und Gewinner der Hand bekommen einen bestimmten Anteil. Zusätzlich bekommen alle Spieler am Tisch einen Anteil. Ein weiterer Teil wird zum Aufbau des neuen BBJ verwendet.

      Genaue Aufteilung bei partypoker.com
    • EyTommy
      EyTommy
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      Dabei seit: 08.06.2006 Beiträge: 41
      Du musst ein four of a kind auf der Hand haben und dieses muss von einem anderen Vierling geschlagen werden. Dabei wird aber glaub ich erst ab neun und aufwärts gewertet.
    • fry3
      fry3
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      Dabei seit: 03.02.2006 Beiträge: 3.021
      Progressive Bad Beat Jackpot:
      Our Progressive Bad Beat Jackpot was hit over 80 times in 2005 and paid out more than $8.5 million to PartyPoker.com players.

      LOSE TO WIN!

      Play on our Bad Beat Jackpot tables and win if you lose with a hand of 'Four of a Kind', eights or better.

      Fund distribution

      Every time the jackpot is hit, 70% of the jackpot will be distributed and 20% will be used as a seed for the next jackpot. 10% will be retained by PartyPoker.com as an administrative fee. Of the distributed amount, 50% will go to the loser of the hand (the Bad Beat), 25% to the winner and 25% will be split between the other seated players who actively participated in the hand (any player who was sitting out will not receive a portion of the jackpot).

      To qualify for the Progressive Bad Beat Jackpot
      Bad beats will be paid out on real money Hold'em games (Limits $2/$4, $3/$6, $5/$10, $10/$20 and $15/$30), only available under the Bad Beat Jackpot Tab
      Four or more players must be dealt into the hand
      Players sitting out do not qualify for the jackpot
      The losing hand must contain four of a kind, eights or better to qualify
      The best hand for both the winner and the loser must include both of their hole cards and the hand must go to a showdown
      The hand must be raked and the jackpot contribution collected from the hand in order to qualify for a bad beat jackpot
      If there are two or more hands that qualify for the jackpot within one hand, then the two highest hands will be considered for the jackpot, with the highest hand being the winning hand (the winner) and the second highest hand winning the bad beat (the loser of the hand)
      In the event that two qualifying jackpot hands are hit at exactly the same time, the hand that started first (based on our system clock) will be awarded the jackpot
      Players must play their hands independently and cannot tell opponents how to act or reveal their hand to other players. Violations will disqualify the hand from the jackpot
      Progressive High Hand Jackpot:
      Our progressive high hand jackpot has been hit 163 times in just five months, paying out more than $450,000 to PartyPoker.com players.

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      Play on our High Hand Jackpot tables and hit the jackpot if you win with a Royal Flush.

      Fund distribution

      Every time the jackpot is hit, 70% of the jackpot amount will be distributed and 20% will be used as a seed for the next jackpot. 10% will be retained by PartyPoker.com as an administrative fee. Of the distributed amount, 70% will go to the winner of the hand (the High Hand), and the remaining 30% will be split between the other seated players who actively participated in the hand (any player who sat out will not receive a portion of the jackpot). So if the jackpot amount is $500,000, we will pay out $350,000, while $100,000 will be used to seed the next jackpot. On a six player table, the winner of the hand receives $245,000, while the remaining five players receive $21,000 each.

      To qualify for the Progressive High Hand Jackpot
      High hands will be paid out on real money Hold'em games (Limits $2/$4, $3/$6, $5/$10, $10/$20 and $15/$30), only available under the High Hand Jackpot Tab
      Four or more players must be dealt into the hand
      Players sitting out do not qualify for the jackpot
      The winning hand must contain a Royal Flush to qualify
      The winning hand must include both the player's hole cards and the hand must go to a showdown.
      The hand must be raked and a jackpot contribution collected from the hand to qualify for a high hand jackpot
      In the event that two hands qualify for the jackpot at exactly the same time, the hand that started first (based on our system clock) will be awarded the jackpot
      Players must play their hands independently and cannot tell opponents how to act or reveal their hand to other players. Violations will disqualify the hand from the jackpot.
      Other conditions applicable to all jackpots
      The jackpot contribution will be collected only if the hand is dealt on a jackpot table to four or more players and a rake is collected from the hand
      The jackpot contribution is collected from the pot as soon as the first rake is collected in the hand
      The jackpot contribution is collected only once during the hand and the value of the jackpot contribution is $0.50
      The jackpot contribution collected on any jackpot table is displayed on the right-hand side of the dealer
      These contributions are added to the jackpot until it is hit. Contributions from the High Hand Jackpot tables will go toward the High Hand Jackpot, while contributions from the Bad Beat Jackpot tables will go toward the Bad Beat Jackpot