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OK...Let's begin...

Question 1a. Assume that "Casino X" is having a tourney in which an add-on is permitted after the first two rounds. Assuming that the cost of the add-on is EQUAL TO the amount of the original buy-in, is the chip stack that you get for that add-on (which costs the same) also usually EQUAL to the stack that you got to start the tourney with?

Question 1b. If the add-on stack IS NOT THE SAME SIZE, then is it usually larger or smaller than the inital stack (again...assuming that the cost is the same).

Question 2a. Assume that "Casino X" is having a tourney in which an add-on is permitted after the first two rounds. Assuming that the cost of the add-on is ONE HALF the amount of the original buy-in, is the chip stack that you get for that add-on usually ONE HALF the stack that you got to start the tourney with?

Question 2b. If the add-on stack IS NOT ONE HALF OF THE ORIGINAL, then is it usually larger or smaller than one half of the initial stack (again...assuming that the cost is one half of the buy-in).

To put it in simpler terms, are the add-ons costs and stacks usually in direct proportion to the costs and stacks at the start of the tourney.

I am asking because I do not play in casino tourneys. Again...Just the facts, please. Thank you...