Originally Posted by duesXmachina
i played in a omaha hi/lo freeroll, and placed first of 4986 players, i received FPP's for this place in a freeroll trny. That being the case, it is my understanding that how you place in a trny AND how much the buyin is, is all part of the calculation they use to determine your FPP awarded for trny play. If it was just the buyin, than I would have received NO FPP's for my finishing first in that freeroll. I am sure there is a link or page or something available in PS that explains their calculation of both trny and ring game FPP systems. If one were so inclined to check for it .....


here you go:
1. Earn FPP credits for cash game play
First Frequent Player Point (FPP) is awarded for playing a hand in which the rake reaches:
 $0.40 for fixed limit poker games with stakes $1/$2 and lower
 $0.40 for NL/PL poker games with blinds $1/$2 and lower
 $0.40 for "1on1" poker games (this applies only to "1on1" tables, not to regular tables which have only two players seated)
 $1.00 for all other games
Second FPP is awarded for playing a hand in which the rake reaches:
 $2.00 for all 6max tables (this doesn't apply for games being played 6 handed at 10/9/8 player tables  just 6max tables)
 $3.00 for all other tables
Third FPP is awarded for playing a hand in which the rake reaches $5.00.
2. Earn FPP credits for tournament play
Five (5) FPP credits are awarded for each $1 in tournament fees paid.
For example, playing in a poker tournament with $20 buyin and $2 tournament fee, each player will be awarded 10 FPP credits. *Note that partial Frequent Player Points are always rounded to the nearest whole number.
In a $5 buyin Sit & Go poker tournament with only a $0.50 fee, 3 FPP credits (instead of 2.5) will be awarded to each player who played poker in the tournament.
In a $5 buyin 4player HeadsUp Sit & Go poker tournament with only a $0.25 fee, 1 FPP (instead of 1.25) will be awarded to each player who played poker in the tournament.
Please note that "FreePlay" tournaments do not award FPP credits. You can play poker for fake money at our free tables, but these poker games and tournaments are not part of the PokerStars FPP program.