Find answers to all your queries about the 12th Annual Diwali Rummy Tournament below.
|Sr no.||Parameters||Deals Rummy Tournament||Points Rummy Tournament|
|1||Time Duration||No fixed time duration in Deals Rummy Tournaments.||Point Rummy Tournaments have a fixed time duration with each round having a specific time limit.|
|2||Number of deals||Number of deals per round is fixed. Players can play only 6 deals per round.||Number of deals are not fixed. Players can play multiple deals in the given duration.|
|3||Rebuy||Rebuy option is not available. Once players get eliminated they cannot re-join into the same tournament.||Rebuy option is available|
|4||Round Progression||Scores get reset after every round.||Scores from each round get carried forward to the next round. Hence, consistency in performance is rewarded|
|5||Wait Time Between Rounds||Between 10-12 minutes per round.||Lesser wait time of up to 3 minutes only.|
Yes. It has a fixed time duration with each round having a specific time limit.
All tournaments which are available in Points Rummy format are denoted with a blue tag as shown below:
You can click on the ‘i’ icon on the tournament card to get more details.
Time left for a particular round to complete can be checked by looking at the timer on the game table as shown below:
When the allocated time for a round is over and you have still not completed your game - you will be provided with ‘Extra Time’. This will be visible as shown in red in the image below.
Note: If the game is not completed in this extra time then the game will be force-stopped. When the game is force stopped, that particular deal would be considered as null and void for all players on the table. Scores of this deal would not be calculated.
The wait time between rounds would be as little as 3 minutes. After the extra time window, the next round will start immediately - and there will be no wait time.
In the beginning of the tournament, everyone starts with an equal number of chips. As the tournament progresses the chip balance will either increase or decrease, on the basis of your performance.This chip balance will determine your rank as shown in the leaderboard.
The Minimum chip balance helps you to understand - if you can continue playing in the current round . Qualification to the next round is also determined by the minimum chips required to progress to the next round.
The Rebuy feature basically helps you to re-join into the same tournament after being eliminated.
Whenever your chip balance goes below the minimum chip balance required to continue playing in the current round - a rebuy option will be given to you.
Note: This option will only be given to you if you have sufficient balance for the Rebuy transaction to go through
If you do not have a good hand of cards and you drop the deal - you will be placed on another table immediately where the next deal will start.
On first drop you will lose 20 points *Point Value of that round. For example: If the Point Value of round 1 is 5, then on first drop you will have 100 chips deducted from your Chip Balance.
On middle drop you will lose 40 points *Point Value of that round For example: If the Point Value of round 1 is 5, on middle drop you will have 200 chips deducted from your Chip Balance.
Yes, you can play as many deals in the time limit specified.
No new deal will start in the last x seconds of the round.
The View Rank feature has all the required information related to the tournament. Such as:
Players will qualify to the next round based on their chip balance - which also determines their rank on the leaderboard. If a player meets the minimum chip balance criteria required to move to the next round he/she would qualify for the same.
Note: This minimum chip balance is usually the 80 point value equivalent of that round.
For example, if you begin the round with 1000 chips & Point value for Round 1 is 10, then the minimum no. of chips to continue playing in the round is: 80x10 = 800.
If you get eliminated in the middle of a round then you will be shown a message on the game table as shown below. You can check your rank in the ‘My Games’ section in the lobby.
You can check your rank in the ‘My Games’ section in the lobby.
No. The rank in one tournament is independent of the other.
Yes, you can play multiple tournaments. The chip balance of one tournament will not affect the chip balance of another tournament.
The ‘View Rank’ is only visible while playing tournaments on the tournament game table.
If the tournament is not completely filled, the number of players getting prizes will not change. Only the amount at each rank will be readjusted.
If players have the same chip balance they will get the same rank and the next rank will be skipped. For example, Player A & Player B have a chip balance of 1350 and are both ranked at 50th position.
In a scenario where the 50th position has tickets as prizes, both Player A & Player B are eligible for the tickets.
A Shooter is a low entry fee qualifier, wherein you can win tickets to the Mega Shooter. Once you win in the Mega Shooter, you earn tickets to the Daily Finale.
No. You can play a Shooter as many times as you like, in order to get an entry into the Mega Shooter.
No. The tickets earned from Shooters are non-transferable.
A player is required to play the Shooter & win it, in order to get an entry into the Mega Shooter. All winners of Shooters, will then play in the Mega Shooter & compete for the Daily Finale ticket.
If you have earned multiple tickets, you can only join one tournament.
If you have a ticket to the Mega Shooter, you will need to play & win it, in order to get a ticket to the Daily Finale.
A DRT Satellite is a qualifier, which upon playing & winning can get you a ticket for the DRT Daily Finale.
A Satellite is a direct qualifier, which upon winning will get you an entry into the Daily Finale. On the other hand, a Shooter is an indirect qualifier, which on winning will first get you a ticket to the Mega Shooter. On further playing & winning the Mega Shooter, you will get entry into the Daily Finale.
No, there is no limit. You can play as many DRT qualifiers as you want. DRT qualifiers go LIVE on 7th October.
No. Simply playing a Satellite does not guarantee you an entry into the Daily Finale. Participants are required to play & win the Satellite in order to enter the Daily Finale.
No. The tickets earned from Satellites are non-transferable.
No. Simply playing a DRT Satellite does not guarantee you an entry into the Daily Finale. Participants are required to play & win the DRT Satellite in order to enter the Daily Finale
Daily Finale is a tournament, which on playing & winning takes you to the DRT Grand Finale. You earn tickets to the Daily Finale after playing & winning qualifiers - Mega Shooters or Satellites.
Yes, you do have an assured seat in the Daily Finale, you can join any Daily Finale between 7th October- 14th November. Remember to register for the Daily Finale @ 8 PM to play in the tournament to win a Grand Finale ticket.
Simply playing the Daily Finale does not guarantee a ticket to the Grand Finale. Players are required to play & win it.
The registration window for the Daily Finale starts at 8:00 PM and the tournament starts at 9:00 PM.
No, there is no limit. You can play as many DRT Daily Finales as you want till the time you win a DRT Grand Finale ticket.
No. The DRT Daily Finale tickets are non-transferable.
The Daily Finale prizes are ‘DRT Grand Finale Tickets’ and there are cash prizes as well.
Grand Finale for the 12 th Annual DRT is your ultimate tournament to win the first prize of r 2 Crore. After playing in the Daily Finale & winning it, players get the ‘Grand Finale Ticket’. You need to play & win the Grand Finale Tournament for the 1st Prize of r 2 Crore.
The total prize pool is r 6 Crore* in the Grand Finale.
Yes. If you’ve earned a ticket to the Grand Finale, you have an assured seat in the Grand Finale tournament
No. The DRT Grand Finale tickets are non-transferable.
The date for the DRT Grand Finale is 21st November, 2020.
The registration for the DRT Grand Finale will start at 6 PM and the tournament will start at 8 PM on 21st November, 2020.
The Diwali Rummy Tournament (DRT) is our annual Rummy tournament that is held each year around Diwali. This year we’re celebrating our 12th annual DRT with the biggest ever cash prize pool of a whopping r 6 Crore*
Yes. You can play Shooters or Satellites multiple times, until you earn your ‘Daily Finale Ticket’.
Yes. You can play Daily Finale multiple times, until you earn your ‘Grand Finale Ticket’.
No. Tickets earned are non-refundable under all circumstances. In case you do not show up for the tournament, the ticket amount will not be refunded or compensated in any form or exchanged for any value.
No. In case of a waitlist, no compensation will be given, since the entry in any tournament is on a first-come, first-serve basis.