In a multi-table tournament (MTT), players start with an equal, fixed number of chips. Players at numerous tables compete for one another's chips as the blinds and/or antes increase incrementally. When you run out of chips, you are eliminated from the tournament. As players are eliminated, tables are ‘broken’, meaning players are moved to keep tables full, or evenly "balanced". Eventually, the last few surviving players with chips are brought together at the final table, where the winner is the individual who wins all the chips from his or her opponents. Cash prizes are awarded to top finishers on the basis of number of tournament entries.
A "Sit & Go" (S&G or SNG) is a tournament which does not have a pre-assigned start time; it simply begins when all the seats are filled. Players start with an equal, fixed number of chips. When you run out of chips, you are eliminated from the tournament. These tournaments can be found by clicking on the "Sit & Go" tab in the main client lobby window.
Guarantees from the start that a certain amount of money will be in the prize pool, regardless of how many players buy-in to the tournament.
Freerolls - a free poker tournaments, which means to participate in such tournaments is not required to pay an entrance fee (buy-ins). Freerolls are very popular among beginners because they can get a generous cash prize without investments. Moreover, Freerolls - a great way to exercise to improve skill of poker. These tournaments can be found by clicking on the "Tournaments-Real Money" tab in the main client lobby window.
Satellite is a special kind of poker tournament where the winner is sent to a larger poker tournament. This tournament is less expensive and if you win this tournament you can get an easy entry to a larger tournament directly. Satellites can run as scheduled tournaments and as Sit&Go's also.