# How are the chip count payout amounts calculated?

A player's chip count payout is based on the number of chips that a player has and the remaining available prize pool. The calculation is a standard poker calculation for payouts based on the current chip count in the tournament. The calculation is as follows:

• c (# chips) = number of chips that a player has

• TC (# Chips) = total number of chips currently in the tournament

• R (\$ amount) = remaining prize pool

• NP (\$ payout) = the payout that the next player eliminated will receive

• GP (\$ payout) = the payout that the player would get if the game ended immediately

• n (# players) = number of players remaining in the tournament

• \$ Chip Count Deal Payout = [NP+[R–(n*NP)]*(c/TC)]

For example: Remaining Prize Pool = \$570 Player Chips Count Deal Payout:

1 [57+[570-(5*57)]*(15000/43500)] = \$155.28

2 [57+[570-(5*57)]*(12000/43500)] = \$135.63

3 [57+[570-(5*57)]*(10000/43500)] = \$122.52

4 [57+[570-(5*57)]*(6000/43500)] = \$96.32

5 [57+[570-(5*57)]*(500/43500)] = \$60.28