View Full Version : Sit 'n Go choice question.........

12-27-2003, 10:36 AM
You have the bankroll and the choice of the following Sit ‘N Go’s on line: All are NLHE….

10+1 - 5 players; 35/15 payout
10+1 - 10 players; 50/30/20 payout

20+2 - 5 players; 50/30/20 payout
20+2 – 8 players; 80/48/32 payout
20+2 – 10 players; 100/60/40 payout

30 + 3 - 8 players; 120/72/48 payout
30 + 3 - 10 players; 150/90/60 payout

50 + 5 - 5 players; 175/75 payout
50 + 5 - 10 players; 250/150/100 payout

What is your choice if:

You are a below average tournament player.
You are an average tournament player.
You are an above average tournament player.
You are a superior tournament player.

What is your feedback/thinking in this regard?

I will post this in multiple forums (probability, internet & tournaments), as I would like some diversity in the feedback.

Thanks Much!!

12-28-2003, 06:32 AM
Who has these 5 player ones?

Sounds like you have these grouped in order already and asking if your #'s are good or not? 8)

Novices, should start at the cheap ones.

Jump as you (and bankroll) improve... based on actual results...


12-28-2003, 08:37 AM
You will find these spread on any of the primapoker skins....Grand Bay, The Gaming Club, etc.....

I tried to group them in an orderly fashion so that it would make sense and also so that the "math guys" could easily compare them.

I've been playing them for the last month or so and logging my results. I've only played about 80 of them, so it's too early to get any meaningfull data methinks, but I am curious as to how others would approach this issue.

12-29-2003, 06:26 AM
What's your feeling on your own play, and how are you fairing at those different levels?

I'd suggest only moving up once you reach 60%+ cash in one level consistently.

$30 entries if you have the bankroll is probably you best bet for making a decent sum of money doing it, not rich but a decent amount if you play many per day and can hit 60%+ cashing.

I'm at 70%+ for $5 and $10 SNG or 2 tablers, but I'm not playing for the money, just for experience.