What is SNG Poker?

Latest Casino News 07 May , 2019 0

Have you heard of SNG poker and you're wondering exactly what's involved? SNG poker means playing in a Sit and Go tournament which is an increasingly popular way to play poker online and allows you to learn the routes of the game without having to stake to much money up front.

Sit N Go poker offers the same excitement of the big tournaments and also gives you good experience about the types of opponents that you will come up against and the different playing styles people have. Some sites offer SNG poker for free, but to add to the excitement you can play at a low stakes table where you have the chance of winning some real cash.

For example, a typical SitNGo poker game may cost $ 5, plus an additional $ 0.50 for your chips - it's a small amount, but usually in a game of 6-10 players, you could expect to see winnings of $ 25 for first place, $ 15 for second place and $ 10 for third place from this type of game. It is possible to play SNG poker with just one opponent and some rooms also allow numbers up to 50, and in these cases the prize winnings may change accordingly.

The major difference between SNG poker and a regular poker game is that when you lose all the chips you are eliminated from the game, the blinds are typically smaller at the beginning and you will notice that experienced players will not gamble until the later stages of the game. Master the techniques of this fun game and you will discover just how profitable it can be.


Source by Shawn Konig


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