This is a discussion on ACRs SNG 2.0 within the online poker forums, in the Poker Rooms section; Played about 10 of these so far (only $5 & $10 ones) I understand the concept and think it's pretty cool.
Just wondering how far anyone
Played about 10 of these so far (only $5 & $10 ones) I understand the concept and think it's pretty cool.
Just wondering how far anyone has made it In the initial drawing.
So far I have only seen 1 jackpot card and the most green cards has been 3(so 1 step above the normal payout for a 9 player sng). I totally understand that for the numbers to work out there need to be lot of these that start with a red card.
Anyone had more then 3 green cards? And if so does it start adding more money to 1st place or does it just keep adding more spots that pay out?
I have been in a few Sit & Go 2.0 games. I have only been playing the $5.50 games so far and the most I have seen was 7 green cards. 8 of 9 were in the money that game! The top payout was like $24 and some change, so it went up a little bit. It was really cool to see so much green at the beginning. Not only that but I mean basically everyone was in the money, makes it a lot more exciting. I really hope I get to see better at some point. I keep playing them because not only is it just a full table of 9 but making it in the money is at least the top 2 positions. Not bad at all (at least that is how I see it).
23rd July 2018, 1:22 PM
Poker at: ACR
re: Poker & ACRs SNG 2.0
I've played a couple SnG 2.0s and never got more than 3 green cards, which barely increased the payout and number of players who get paid. I played one where the first two cards were jackpots cards and I started to get excited but a red card quickly put a stop to that. I enjoy these for the jackpot potential but I am not a fan of the long wait times for the games to start. I often have to sit in the lobby for at least 30 minutes before one runs.
31st July 2018, 4:51 AM
the worst part about the S&G 2.0 is in the beginning when some idiot dose not select a card and so one is automatically picked for them, and it just so happens that their card is the first to be turned over and of course it is ALWAYS ared card.