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    Charles Cuschieri and Lucio Baroni Eliminated at Same Time; Split 80th Place Prize Money ($7,500)Charles Cuschieri moved all in for his last 2,000. Jean Gianotti called from the button.Gianotti: {J-Clubs}{J-Diamonds}Cuschieri: {A-Clubs}{3-Hearts}The flop was {Q-Clubs}{10-Spades}{6-Diamonds}. The turn was the {7-Hearts} and the river was the {7-Clubs}. Jean Gianotti won the pot and Charles Cuschieri was eliminated.At the same time, Lucio Baroni was eliminated when his pocket tens lost a race against Mark Kassis' Big Slick. Kassis flopped a King and Baroni was eliminated.Since they both busted out at the same time, they were awarded 80th place prize money. Baroni and Cuschieri won $7,500 each.So when does stack size come into it? Is it dependent on the specific rules for each tournament? What if Player A is short-stacked with just an ante and is eliminated, yet at the same time, Player B with 20BB pushes pre-flop with AA and Player C with KK spikes a set to eliminate him?I thought there were some circumstances where Player B would be awarded the higher payout because they started the hand with more chips.?!?!confused?!?!
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    80th and 81st both pay $7500 anyhow.79th to 65th all pay $15000.(see "Prizepool and Payouts" link in Pokernews)
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    Stack size only comes into it when 2 players get knocked out in the same hand on the SAME TABLE.MOM

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    No Dr,there was no 81st payout.

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    Stack sizes comes in when there is a multiway All-In on the One Table - usually seen/remembered on a Final Table.
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    This is the reason tournaments are played hand-for-hand on and or near money bubbles, so players are not rewarded/penalised for time they take to make decisions, dealer effectiveness, etc. or in the case of online play players letting their timers run out so someone is more likely to bust.
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    Which is why short stacks should always begin stalling before it goes hand to hand
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    So how would it work when playing hand for hand if two players on one table bust on the same hand, and at the same time, one player on another table also busts?Let's say - Table 1: Player A (T20000), Player B (T10000); Table 2: Player C (T15000).
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    Well there is an 80th and 81st payout now.Commonsense by Crown in this case. You'd hate someone to be calledthe bubble and someone to get $15000 in this instance. I guessthey split it and made it $7.5k for both players.I thought for a moment Crown might have got it wrong, then Iremembered they've got Danny Mc Donagh down there.
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    Well there is an 80th and 81st payout now.Now being the operative word.Common sense by Crown in this case. I guess ...I doubt it was a spur of the moment decision. I'm sure, at least I'd hope, that Crown would have every scenario covered. Someone has to be the bubble boy, today it was Troy Tsagaris (82nd Place).
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