Heads up


Heads Up

Do you fancy yourself in a duel of skills, wits and nerves, facing down against a single opponent in a battle of domination?

If you like the thrill of facing down against a single opponent in a battle of skills, wits and nerves, then Heads Up tournaments are for you. Head up tournaments are completely different from other tournaments at PokerMix.com. Both players have equal opportunities with no specific advantages or disadvantages. All that counts in a heads up poker tournament is how well you can read your opponent. Heads up tournaments are extremely challenging and hence very profitable.

A heads-up tournament consists of tables with two players per table. The players on each table play against each other (heads up) until a there is a winner. The winners then proceed to play further rounds until all but one are eliminated and there is a winner.


The player who does not have the button is dealt the first playing card. The player on the dealer button is the small blind and the player not on the dealer button posts the big blind. The small blind acts first before the flop and the last after the flop are dealt.

If number of player registered for a tournament is not 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128, 256 or 512 some players will be given a bye for the first round.

The rounds will be conducted in a shootout style, with each round commencing at the same time and all players starting the next game at the same time.

Being able to read your opponent and predict his moves gives you the much desired ace up your sleeve in a heads-up. Getting vital notes about his gameplay patterns like "over-bet pot with weak hand", "folds to raise" or "bet pot when checked to multiple times" will give you the help you make sure you have the higher ground.

Since it’s a two-way street, your opponent too may in turn try to read your gameplay. Concealing any game patterns that you may repeat and by changing them as and when required will be your smart way out.