New features coming to Cereus
It may be too late for Cereus to repair their reputation but I am glad to see they are putting out some new game features for their sites. Hopefully this will draw some new players and fill the tables faster.
Release Date: July 23th, 2010
Bring Back City
This feature was brought back for security purposes. Players will now be able to view from what city a player is playing. It also makes our tables more transparent by bringing this feature back so that players can choose if they want to play against certain players from a certain location.
HU Multi-table SnGs
We are introducing Heads-up multi-table SnGs. Players will be able to play heads-up in a multi-table format. Beat your opponent and move to the next stage.
Mixed Games SnGs
We are introducing Mixed Games SnGs. Players will be able to play several different types of games in our SnG structure. If you love playing several different types of games and SnGs, keep a look out for our new Mixed Games SnGs.
Triple or Nothing SnGs
A Triple or Nothing SnG is a tournament where a third of the players win triple their buy-in back (minus the fee). It is different from a regular SnG tournament because it doesn't play out to determine one winner. Instead, a third of the field will win triple their buy-in back. Triple or Nothing SnGs are available as 6-seated and 9-seat tournaments. In a 6-seated Triple or Nothing, the final two players will win triple their buy-in back. In a 9-seated, the final three will win. For example, in a 9-seated $5+0.50 Triple or Nothing, the tournament will play down to the final three. Once three players are left, the tournament will stop and the three players each win $15 (triple their buy-in). A 6-seated SnG works the same way, except only two players are crowned winners.
Double or Nothing SNG's
A Double or Nothing SnG is a tournament where half the field walks away with double the original buy-in (minus the fee). It works by treating the final four in an 8-seated SnG and the final two in a 4-seated SnG as winners. The tournament ends as soon as half of the players are left. For example, in a $5+0.50 Double or Nothing snG with 8 players, each player who makes it to the final four will win $10. The tournament will not play out to determine the first place winner once the final four (8-seated) and final two (4-seated) are reached.