Are these types of tournaments inherently less secure than others? With only about 1 in 200 players double-qualifying in a big event like Mega Millions, from a practical standpoint it’s probably a non-issue. The same type of chip-smuggling technique could theoretically be employed in any rebuy tournament. If a player feels he is falling behind, the player could pull off a portion of his chips, bust out, and reenter in the same flight, adding smuggled chips to his stack before any end-of-day count would miss them. Nevertheless, we probably won’t see rebuy tournaments going away any time soon.
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