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Dear friends of the Palace,
Soon it is officially and astronomically spring in the northern hemisphere! Sunbeams, bloomage, and playing cards go together very well, don’t they? Hence, the next official Palace of Cards Tournament comes right in time for our first astronomical spring weekend! On Saturday, March 20, 2021, the Spring Tournament is on at 8:30 pm CET.
The Spring Tournament will take place in the following games:
|Skat||3 players per table|
|Rummy||4 players per table|
|Doppelkopf||4 players per table|
|Sheepshead||4 players per table|
|Canasta||4 players per table|
|Mau-Mau||4 players per table|
|Solitaire||4 players per table|
|Pinochle||4 players per table|
|Spider||4 players per table|
Depending on the game, 200 to 450 players can play per group in every game. When the maximum of players is exceeded, the next group will open automatically. This way, everyone can partake for a bet of merely one Chip! Of course, you will face tenacious opponents. But if you come out on top in your game, appreciation and exclusive prizes await you.
Sign up for the tournament via the game you want to compete in as of now. To do so, enter your desired game, and continue step by step:
On a tablet or smartphone
1. Click Options.
2. Click Competition.
3. Click Tournaments.
4. Scroll until you see the tournament titled Spring Tournament and click Enroll.
On a desktop PC or laptop
(Any device for Pinochle)
1. Click Competitionor the trophy symbol at the bottom of the lobby.
2. Click Tournaments.
3. Scroll until you see the tournament titled Spring Tournament and click Enroll.
To take part in the tournament, you just need to be online in your game on March 20, 2021, shortly before 8:30 pm CET and enter the tournament in the competition area.
There will be exclusive Palace of Cards certificates, numerous Premium days, and a jackpot with up to 10,000 Chips. We lovingly design the certificates exclusively for this occasion! All winners of the places one to three receive one as a PDF:
All winners means several play groups per tournament are possible: If 540 players registered for Sheepshead, we would split the tournament into three groups with a maximum of 200 players each.
As a result, there would be three first places, three second places, and three third places. Each play group has its separate jackpot. We will note in your certificate in which play group you were successful.
The jackpot and the Premium days will be split among the winners per group. Usually, the first place receives 70% of the Chips in the pot and 90 Premium days, the second place 20% and 60 Premium days, and the third place 10% and 30 Premium days.
If two players in the same play group reach the same score, double placements can occur. In this case, the distribution of prizes changes slightly. This is always communicated clearly in our update post on the winners.
Best sign up right away, so you cannot forget it. Once that is done, you can happily anticipate the tournament with us. Get ready for the clash of the best and show your skills!
Greetings, and already wishing you a good hand,
Your Palace Team
PS: Keep the Easter Tournament XXL on April 3, 2021, in mind, too! ?
How do we get explanations on the tournaments? I don’t understand the abbreviations. I don’t want to enroll and then mess up because I don’t know what the conditions are. if that makes any sense?
you can find the information right next to the tournament selection. If a tournament is played with special rules, you will see symbols under the special rules. You can click on these once and the rules for them will be displayed accordingly.
I played Solitaire in Series 2, 3/22/2021 Monday afternoon. I won 3rd place in Series 2 but I don’t see my name in there. CLUB: COYOTE UGLY
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