The Sit and Go have become the most standout innovation to emerge from online poker. With the arrival of the Sit and Go, you can now experience every phase of a poker game within an hour at any buy-in without waiting for a starting time. There are many varieties of sit and go; we now have the Triple Ups, Hyper-Turbo, Bounty, 6-player, Vanilla, Spin and Go and Blast.
The reason behind the clamor for Sit and Go cannot be far-fetched. It provides amateur and pros the opportunity to win huge cash. It is entertaining and profitable. A Sit and Go is a popular poker tournament that starts as soon as the seats are filled. It’s often a single table consisting of 2,6 or 10 players, but some popular online poker sites offer multi-table Sit and Go.
Every player begins with the same number of starting chips. The top 2 for six players events or Top 3 for the 10-players event receive the prices. At the start of a Sit and Go, 1000-2000 chips are handed over to the players and the blinds start anywhere between 5/10 and 20/40, the right amount of blinds depends on the sites tournament structure. So at the start of the tournament, each player will have at least 50-100 big blinds, and the level of blinds will not increase for the next few minutes.
A Sit and Go tournament usually take between 20 and 60 minutes. All players play a fixed buy-in and possess the same amount of poker chips. The first player to lose his chips is out of the tournament and the last 3 or 2 players left at the table win the prize money which is gotten from the buy-ins of all the players. The numbers of poker chips required to win a Sit and Go tournament depends on the numbers of players. The player with the maximum number of chips is the winner.