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Sarah Apr 29, 2019

Introducing Sit & Go (SnG) Tournaments on CoinPoker

Looking for something new? Starting today we will be launching Sit & Go tables, an exciting addition to our action-packed MTT schedule! But before we dive into the details, here’s a quick overview of how SnGs work compared to your typical MTT. How to Play Sit & Go Tournaments The main difference between a Texas Introducing Sit & Go (SnG) Tournaments on CoinPoker

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Looking for something new? Starting today we will be launching Sit & Go tables, an exciting addition to our action-packed MTT schedule! But before we dive into the details, here’s a quick overview of how SnGs work compared to your typical MTT.

How to Play Sit & Go Tournaments

The main difference between a Texas Hold’Em, Pot-Limit Omaha, or Short Deck SnG and the standard version of the game is that instead of waiting for the tournament to start at a scheduled time, you only need to wait for a specified number of players to join the table.

Sit & Go tournaments start soon as enough players sit at the table, then it’s go time. The prize pools will depend on the number of players who join and the buy-in, which vary from low to high. All rules involving hand hierarchy, gameplay, and betting are otherwise unchanged.

SnG Tournaments on CoinPoker

Depending on your bankroll, you can enter a Moon, Venus, Saturn, or Jupiter SnG, which come with the following buy-ins and a set number of players:

  • Moon: 200 CHP Buy-In | 2, 6, 18, or 48 Players
  • Venus: 500 CHP Buy-In | 2, 6, or 18 Players
  • Saturn: 1,000 CHP Buy-In | 2, 6, or 18 Players
  • Jupiter: 2,500 CHP Buy-In | 2 or 6 Players

Open a CoinPoker account, choose hyper, turbo, or normal blind speeds for each tournament type. In addition to our paid Sit & Go tournaments, we will also host one Flyby Freebuy SnG with 1,000 CHP GTD and a set maximum of 96 players. For more details visit our lobby or, better yet, dive in and start playing.

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Sarah