Skip to main content

Questions tagged [sng]

A sit and go (SNG) tournament is a poker game type between 2 - 360 players, which takes usually around from 20 minutes to 2 hours to finish, depending in format. Players pay a fixed buy-in for their entry and get the same amount of poker chips. In addition, there is always a fixed number of players and a fixed payout structure for a given SNG tournament. Whoever loses his chips is out of the tournament.

Filter by
Sorted by
Tagged with
0 votes
0 answers

What time of each blind level in home game should be?

I'm a poker newbie, please tell me how to set up a blind structure in the home game? What time for each blind level should be and what is the optimal time for one session should be? Are 10 minutes for ...
0 votes
2 answers

Player acts without seeing prior action

Tournament (either SNG/MTT) where most players are 15-20BB and shove/fold range. UTG+1 shoves 15BB Folds to SB. SB completes the blinds, not seeing the initial shove What would the ruling on the ...
2 votes
2 answers

How to calculate SNG push/fold range using JAVA/C++?

Is there an open source code somewhere? Any good source to learn the math of push/fold strategy in SNG so I can code it myself?
2 votes
1 answer

Shortstack SB calling range against UTG

Small home tournament, 6 handed. Full Big blind Ante. UTG: 16bb SB (Hero): 9bb BB: 13bb UTG shoves 16bb preflop. What should be our calling range? Hero had AQo, and called to flip against JJ. ...
-1 votes
1 answer

Can I get probability of winning a HU SNG tournament out of ROI % against an opponent?

I am currently trying to evaluate my expected value in HU SNG. One part of this is using a binomial distribution to understand P to win exactly or fewer tournaments out of some amount. So, I have a ...
2 votes
1 answer

Kelly criterion for SnG

This paper has the correct formula for the Kelly criterion for SNG's where there are multiple outcomes. It stated it is more correct than the one given on sitandgoplanet. The problem is I do not know ...
1 vote
3 answers

What are some good win rates for heads-up and 6-max SnGs? (regular or turbo, but not hyper)

I usually only play heads-up SnGs or 6-max SnGs, with speed being regular or turbo, never hyper. In order to be profitable, what percentage of games should one be winning? For the heads-up, I read ...
2 votes
2 answers

SNG $0.25 45-man, huge combo draw

Game: SNG $0.25 45-man, 13 players left SB/BB: 75 / 150 Hand: A♠ 7♥ (20 bb, before the turn action) Board: T♠ 6♠ 8♠ 5⋄ (turn) Opposition: 2 ...
2 votes
2 answers

SNG $0.25, Trip aces with weak kicker on River

Hand: 5♥ A♠ Hero Stack: t3010 (100 blinds) Villain Stack: t3920 (130 blinds) Blinds: 15/30 (early stage) Board: 9⋄ A♥ 4♠ 3♥ A⋄ I was in ...
3 votes
2 answers

TT close to bubble in SnG with a good stack

I'm close to bubble in a SNG (10 players remain, 7 paid, i'm 8th). My hand is T♥T♣, i am UTG with a healthy stack of 29 BB Blinds are 25/50, no antes. Opponents are a mixed bag, with ...