Can I play on more than one starting day / Are re-entries possible?
You can play on as many starting days as you want. A re-entry is possible on every starting day.
Are there satellites in the CCCs as well?
Yes, each CCC and the partner casinos will offer satellites for the CM. For more information, please click here.
I have already bought my CM ticket – what happens if I win another one in a satellite?
In this case, upon request one of the two tickets can be resold or transferred to a still unregistered player.
I want to buy a larger quantity of tickets / I am a poker organiser and would like to play satellites, so whom can I contact?
In this case, please send an email with your request to tickets(at)cccmail.at.
How does phase 1 work?
Phase 1 ends when 10 % of the entries (mathematically rounded) have been reached. The remaining players take their chip count along into a Concord Million day 1 of their choice.
Can I qualify several times via phase 1?
Yes. Further qualifications can be used as re-entry or for a further day 1. Qualifications that are not used will lapse.
Can I choose the location of my phase 1 qualification?
Qualifications from phase 1 must be used primarily in the casino where the phase was played. Further qualifications can also be used on the starting days at the CCC Wien Simmering from 28 to 30 November.
What is the difference between day 1/day 2 and day 1 direct?
Both variants play with the same blind structure, but different level duration. On day 1, the levels respectively last 60 minutes and all remaining players go on to day 2, where it is played to 10% of all entries of day 1. Day 1 direct plays with shorter levels on a day 1 on the 10%.
How are the 10% calculated for the final qualification?
It is always mathematically rounded (114 entries = 11 finalists, 115 entries = 12 finalists). Players coming from phase 1 are counted as 1 entry per 100 k tournament chips.
Can I qualify for the finals more than once?
Yes, this option exists. For each additional qualification, you are awarded a bonus of € 4,000. Only the highest chip count counts for the finals.
What does BB Ante stand for?
Instead of collecting the ante for each hand from each player, the Big Blind respectively pays the ante for the entire table. The amount is always equal to the Big Blind, regardless of the number of players at the table.
This has the advantage that less time is lost and that the players receive more hands.
If the player in the Big Blind should have too few chips to bring both, the Big Blind is paid first.