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The percentages are determined based upon the number of participants and will increase payout positions as participation increases. A number of places typically, two, six or nine are allocated at a single table, and as soon as the required number of players has appeared, chips are distributed and the game starts. The opposite of a multi-table tournament is a single-table tournament, often abbreviated STT. A tournament series may consist of either single-table or multi-table tournaments. The stakes of each round, as well as blinds , bring-ins , and antes as appropriate per game, typically escalate according either to the time elapsed or the number of hands played. Shootouts are also a common format for large heads-up multi-table tournaments, although these may feature double or triple elimination instead of the standard single knockout method. A variation on a freeroll tournament is called a "freebuy".
Commercial venues may also charge a separate fee, or withhold a small portion of the buy-in, as the cost of running the event. Tournament chips have only notional value; they have no cash value, and only the tournament chips, not cash, may be used during play.
Typically, the amount of each entrant's starting tournament chips is an integer multiple of the buy-in. Some tournaments offer the option of a re-buy or buy-back; this gives players the option of purchasing more chips.
In some cases, re-buys are conditional for example, offered only to players low on or out of chips but in others they are available to all players called add-ons. When a player has no chips remaining and has exhausted or declined all re-buy options, if any are available he or she is eliminated from the tournament.
In most tournaments, the number of players at each table is kept even by moving players, either by switching one player or as the field shrinks taking an entire table out of play and distributing its players amongst the remaining tables. A few tournaments, called shoot-outs, do not do this; instead, the last player sometimes the last two or more players at a table moves on to a second or third round, akin to a single-elimination tournament found in other games.
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Outdoor and Sports Activities City Trail System and Parks Bozeman has an award-winning urban trail system that will eventually form a pathway across the valley from the southern mountains to the "M" in the Bridger Mountains in the north.
Some of the favorite trails are the Gallagator Trail which begins near the Museum of the Rockies and heads toward downtown, ending at Lindley Park. Just across the street from Bogert Park at the corner of Church and Story Streets , another popular trail takes you up onto Peet's Hill and follows a ridgeline to the blue water tower; a great walk to take at sunset or for a beautiful view of the city.
With a map and a bit of exploration, you will find a wide variety of options for trail walking or biking. Bozeman has a good number of city parks that offer various facilities and activities. Cooper Park is smaller, but has picnic tables, areas to toss a Frisbee or study under the many shade trees. It has a nice playground for kids and ice skating in the winter. Southside Park College and 5th Ave. Lindley Park is very close to Bogart Park and is large and hilly with many beautiful, old trees.
Lindley Center is a cabin that can be rented through Parks and Recreation for gatherings and parties capacity is approx. The building can also be rented for events and the park has ice skating in the winter. Kirk Park is on Main Street and 20th Street with the main attractions of a skateboarding park and a baseball diamond. The Bozeman Ponds are located just west of the Gallatin Valley Mall, and are popular for a swimming, kayaking, picnicking, and sand volleyball.
The East Gallatin Recreation Center, at the north edge of town has picnic shelters and a swimming beach that is off-limits to dogs. There are several other parks, but these are some of the major ones. Intramurals are team or individual sport competitions that are organized on campus throughout the year. Competitions in badminton or table tennis or billiards might be a one-day or weekend event, while co-ed basketball or soccer might last for a week season.