Frequently Asked Questions
How do I host a rebuy multi-table tournament?
1. 'Host' from either your club or the main menu.
3. Choose the level of 'Rebuy Period'.
How do I host multiple games at the same time?
1. Host your first game, from here you can tap "Leave".
How can I assign table manager(s)?
1. Start your club game; only club games can assign table managers.
2. Once you've hosted a club game, tap 'Assign Manager'.
How much does it cost to host games?
Hosting games charges gold (Pokerrrr's in-game currency).
2. Tournament games charge gold per game. The amount is calculated using a formula based on the following variables:
How do I host a game and invite friends to join?
1. Select "Friend Game" category, then select "Host Game".
Can I play Pokerrrr 2 with random players?
Yes, there's a "Play Now" tab in Pokerrrr 2 that allows you to match and join a challenge game with global players.
Can I queue for a table once it's full?
Yes, provided that the host has turned on queueing.
Your buy-in will need to be approved if buy-in confirmation is turned on. After your buy-in is approved you will be added to the queue.
How can I join my friend's game?
Once your friend has hosted a game, they'll be given a "Game Code".
After they send you the Game Code you can enter it after tapping "Join Game".
What is the maximum number of games I can host?
Up to five games at a time can be hosted after upgrading to Ruby VIP.
Without upgrades, players can only host one game (Regular, SNG or MTT) at a time.
Does the host have to play?
What happens if I'm disconnected or absent during action time?
If you were present at the start of action time, and then disconnected, you will be granted an additional 20 seconds action time.
However, if you are absent or not connected at the start of action time, you will immediately check-fold.
What's the difference between a club game and non-club game?
What does Buy-in confirmation do?
Players who want to sit at the table will need to be approved by host or table manager.
What control does a table manager have?
a) Shuffle & Deal.
How is "hit and run" prevented?
If a player leaves the able and rejoins, they will need to buy-in for exactly the same amount that they left with - no more, no less.
What is our Anti-Abuse Policy?
The Anti-Abuse Policy was released to help combat potential inappropriate use of our service.
Please see our Anti-Abuse Policy:
What’s the rules for 4-card PLO?
What’s the rules for OFC?
In OFC (Open-Face Chinese poker), all players will take turns drawing cards from a single deck, trying to make the best possible hand. There are no bets placed in the game and the game is scored in points. All players will be arranging 13 cards into three hands, “top, middle and bottom”. The three hands will be compared between each players and compared as regular poker hands.
How do I setup a club?
1. In the Club tab, hit the plus icon.
Furthermore, the Messages & Games tabs show all your club's private messages and game records. You can also easily track chips won/lost for each club member by tapping the calculator icon.
How can I assign club managers?
How can I allow other club members to host games?
1. Select your club's information icon.
2. Tap "Edit".
a) Owner: Only owners may host.
b) Manager: Both managers & owners may host.
c) Member: Any member may host.
Is there any chance of rigged cards or biases towards players?
Where are Pokerrrr's servers located?
Our servers are located worldwide.
How are the cards shuffled?
A standard poker deck of 52 cards are shuffled using the highest standard of shuffling algorithm as of 2018.
How secure is our service?
A player's hole cards are dealt to their device only. No other devices will be able to receive the information of their cards until the hand is shown down.
How can I use the same account on different devices?
How do I switch the Facebook account linked to my Pokerrrr account?
Can I find out certain player’s information that I played with?
Can I retrieve my account if my device has been reset?
Should you not link your guest account with Facebook or any third party account provided upon entering the app, unfortunately we won’t be able to retrieve the account for you should they been erased. Please note, the only and safest way to secure your account is to link with Facebook (or Apple ID) to ensure you can retrieve the desired account should you switch device or wish to use different device with the same account.
Pokerrrr 2 System Requirements
What do I use gold for?
Gold is our in game currency, it can be used to:
How do I refer my friend to receive 10 bonus gold?
1. You will receive 10 bonus gold for every friend new to Pokerrrr 2.
2. Your friend needs to be a new player, you can not receive gold if your friend has already logged in:
3. Select the setting icon.
What do I do if I haven't receive the gold I paid for?
Can I transfer gold/chip to different account or send to my friend as as gift?
How do I export game records as a csv file?
To export a single game result:
1. Open the Record tab.
1. Open the Record tab.
6. Email yourself the csv file.
How do I import my csv file to Google Sheets?
1. Open a new Google Spreadsheet, select "File", then "Import".
4. Select "Import data".
How long will my game records last?
Due to the amount of the game records generated on a daily basis, all game records would only last for 90 days in our system.
When does hand-for-hand play start in a MTT?
Hand-for-hand play starts when players are eqaul to 10 and ends after the final table is confirmed in a multi-table tournament.
When does the rebuy period get cut-off in MTT?
For 18 or 36 players:
The rebuy period cuts off once two players are left.
The rebuy period cuts off once the final table starts.
The rebuy period will also end after the designated level set by the host.
When does the late registration get cut-off in MTT?
Late registration cut-off works the same to the rebuy cut-off period.
For 18 or 36 players:
Late registration cuts off once two players are left.
For 90 players:
Late registration cuts off once the final table starts.
Late registration will also end after the designated level set by the host.