Changes in the staking platform
Players will now be able to sell shares on Day 2 (or final day) or multi-day tournaments. The cost of shares (Adjust Stack MarkUp) will be determined according to the following formula:
(Stack at the beginning of the Day 2) / (stack at the beginning of Day 1) * Buy-in * Share size in %
Therefore, if a player advances to Day 2 with a smaller stack than the initial one, he won't be able to sell shares. The ASMU indicator will now be displayed on the staking section in the PokerCraft profile of all players.
For tournaments with buy-ins starting at $5,000/¥5,000, you can now sell 0,1% shares.
Changes in the tournament lobby
- Fixed limit Hold'em tournaments added.
- Pinned tournaments were added at the top of the lobby:
- The "Sit-out next blinds" and "Sit-out all game tables" buttons have been removed from all the tournament tables.
- Tournaments in the late registration period are now arranged in the lobby by the remaining time of this stage:
- A tournament search tool was added.
SnapCam not available yet?
Interestingly, two of the most controversial updates were canceled by GGNetwork:
- SnapCam: an option that allows you to share a short stream at the tables via webcam;
- Changes in the nickname policy that would lead to the need for a mass change by players.
Most likely, the network decided not to roll out such updates right before WSOP Online to minimize potential software bugs that will cause problems, especially with new players.
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