Originally Posted by PattyR
yea these are the hubble tournaments right?
well the second after you win the qualifier.
never really even played the hubble freerolls
Not all are 'Hubbles'. Only the NLHE games are called 'Hubble'. The other games have names also, all of which are related to astrology/astronomers.
(work on black holes and the origin of space)
(discovered the earth revolves around the sun)
Sir Edmund Halley
(of the famous comet)
(inventor of the telescope)
Edwin Powell Hubble
(discovered the big bang theory)
(discovered of the 3 laws of planetary motion)
(first to prove Earth was not a perfect sphere)
Sir Arthur Eddington
(used solar eclipses to prove Einstein correct)
(host of TV's 'Cosmos'; leader of Voyager probes)
and a few more that were recently added.
Each variety has it's own name and the maximum players varies with each type game depending on card usage and distribution required. Also changes the number of seats awarded to Round 2.
The Saturday Round 2's are always NLHE at 10:00 ET. Sunday Round 2 games rotate between the varieties at 14:00 ET.