Originally Posted by dj11
fpp's come with participation in raked hands.
Just to clarify this, "participation" means that you were dealt cards, nothing more. As long as you received cards, even if you mucked immediately, you are considered participating in the hand. Which is also part of the reason that if you sit out in a ring game you'll notice that it skips you all together and you don't get cards.
Originally Posted by arkadiy
Ty been looking for that, I could only find their store
Edit: Little bit confused here.
Does this mean I get 1 FPP every time for it happening or only once? And then the 2nd FPP once I get to that and the 3rd FPP once I get to a $5 rake? Or is it 1FPP EVERY time this happens at the table?
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
- $1.00 for all other games
Second FPP is awarded for playing a hand in which the rake reaches:
- $2.00 for all 6-max tables (this doesn't apply for games being played 6- handed at 10/9/8 player tables - just 6-max tables)
- $3.00 for all other tables
Third FPP is awarded for playing a hand in which the rake reaches $5.00.
These rules are a per hand basis. So everytime any hand meets the stated criteria for your game type, you will get from either 1, 2, or 3 FPPs depending on the final rake. But if you hit the second criteria, for example, then you get 2 FPPs for that hand, not 1 + 2.
Edit: Ninelions beat me to it.