You must be in the in-the-money (ITM) stage and have reached the final table
Does not apply to Freeroll, Satellite, and T$ Builder tournaments
Blind Rollback feature requires at least 100 entries
* Please note: a re-entry is classified as a new entrant to a tournament, but rebuys/add-ons are considered part of a single tournament entry
ICM is an acronym for Independent Chip Model, and is a prize distribution method based on the current chip count of players, ignoring external factors such as poker skills, blinds, bubble, etc…
Once the ‘Final Table Features’ are activated, the blind level will change based on hand counts (number of hands dealt) instead of time.
The number of hand counts per blinds may differ for each tournament.
In certain tournaments with 100 entries or more, once the final table is reached the blind level may be automatically amended to ensure a better final table gameplay experience for remaining players.
If the average player stack in Big Blinds (BB) stands at less than 40 at the moment that the final table is made, the blind level will be rolled back to ensure that the average stack is at least 40 BB for the first hand played. The blinds may roll back multiple levels if required (for example, if the average stack stood at 15 BB at the start of a qualifying tournament’s final table, the blinds might need to roll back three or four levels).
This ensures that there will be more play at the final table!
If the average player stack stands at more than 100 BB, the blind levels may be rolled forward to ensure that the average stack is no more than 100 BB.
You can check your entire tournament records and results via PokerCraft.
Take a look at every hand you played in a given tournament.
The selected tournament’s change over time with regard to your own chip stack, the average stack and the largest stack can be viewed on his graph.
You may also view a selected tournament’s details, including the finishing rank and winnings of all participants.