Spin&go Vs sit&go

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David_full69

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Actually I also prefer the MTSs. I do not buy so low. because those players do not care so much about the cards.
 
MrHachiman

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I prefer the sit and go since you have more room to wait for good hands and favorable situations, the spin is decided in a few hands and the variance is much more present
 
MrGoodFlop

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Most S&G pay according to the number of players. For example a 6 player S&G pays a little less than 6 to 1. A little less because of the rake.
Spin & Go, at least on PS and FT, pay 2 to 1 most of the time even though there are 3 players.
I don't think the occasional bonus pay out makes a difference in the long run.
So in the long run I think its better to play S&G.
 
m0t22

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1 - "There is nothing noble about being superior to your neighbor, true nobility is superior to your former self"

From now on, from now on, from now on, the first place and the power to ingest alcoholic beverages and some swallowed in cannabis I thought I had some chance against our greatest enemy or ally, a variance.
Start studying a little and play sond, trying on the road and practicing more and more, alone. I want to join this group. There are still no plays and games without spinning and going, but no more playing. The expansion of the banking and risk has been by the risk, there is the risk of the risk of hehehehehehe that is the most possible when to variability the stick, has not the decision has not mathematically studied.
GL TO EVERYBODY !!:)
 
m0t22

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I really loved this phrase that I saw in a post exclusively for a communication in Portuguese. I believe you write it on my wall, very inspiring.
 
99TERRANCE99

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Spin and go just more rake and its wild with low starting chips ,anything but those in my opinion especially if talking long term ...odd one ok but not over and over thinking profits
 
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Ludiq Elchapo

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SpinnGo is for high stakers i prefer SitnGo's 6max hyper-turbo very good for making bankroll with a starting capital of 50$
 
m0t22

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I ended up opting to play heads up micro stakes instead of SPIN GO:icon_rr:
 
mariale_1990

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Honestly they preferred the SNG, I think you can achieve more in them and they not only referred me to money, but also to learning, although both are very different at the time of playing them, I played some spin and go but when I do not have enough time to play a sng they have more playing time
 
Mortis71

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for me, i prefer Sng's, i like to play poker, the spins are ok if you want fast games
 
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LiveAir

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Really!?

I prefer sit&go, cause you have rights to choose your table (which suits you)..
e.g. You can play for 1$ against 100 people and get more money for win. And you can play against 10 people for 1$ and get less money but you have more chanses.
BUT anyway I'm playing Spin&go more often. Idk why.. Maybe cause I believe that I will get a prize of $ 1000 just for 1$ :eek:
 
Spaceman

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I prefer the spin n go. First you have lower buyin. You can play with just as little as 0.25$ instead of a simple sit and go 9max which is 1$ or something like that.

Its also time effective, I can play sit and go for half and hour and lose or get back a little of my buyin. While in spin n go in a couple of minutes, you either lose or double your buyin.

You can hit a multiplier often enough, so with just 0.25$ to gain 1.50$ while in sit n go it is what it is.

Also, while many talk about variance, lets consider this. You get a crazy donkey for opponent. You get your aces cracked by 72o in spin n go. You say stupid donkey and go on to the next one. Now imagine the same situation in sit n go where your aces cracked by 72o after you had played for half an hour. You just break your laptop.

Finally, its where you excel best. Sit n go, you can fold a lot, wait for good hands, reach paying positions without never bluffing, making moves, or even be good at postflop play. On the other hand spin n go, especially in micro buyins, is full of easily exploitable opponents. You can make moves, bluffs, get a lot of tells, and play your opponents rather than cards. Sit n go is best for the patient abc player. Spin n go is best for good postflop skills and reading abilities player.

Ps. Sit n go, is best though in variance terms.
 
m0t22

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Eu prefiro o spin n go. Primeiro você tem menor buyin. Você pode jogar com apenas 0.25 $ em vez de um simples sit e ir 9max que é 1 $ ou algo parecido.

Também é tempo eficaz, eu posso jogar sentar e ir por meia hora e perder ou voltar um pouco do meu buyin. Enquanto giro n em alguns minutos, você perde ou duplica seu buy-in.

Você pode acertar um multiplicador com frequência suficiente, então com apenas 0,25 $ para ganhar 1,50 $, enquanto no sit n go é o que é.

Além disso, enquanto muitos falam sobre variância, vamos considerar isso. Você ganha um burro louco pelo adversário. Você recebe seus ases por 72o em giro e vai. Você diz burro estúpido e vai para o próximo. Agora imagine a mesma situação em sit n go onde seus ases quebraram por 72o depois de você ter jogado por meia hora. Você acabou de quebrar seu laptop.

Finalmente, é onde você se destaca melhor. Sit and go, você pode foldar muito, esperar por boas mãos, alcançar posições pagas sem nunca blefar, fazer jogadas, ou até mesmo ser bom no jogo pós-flop. Por outro lado, o spin n go, especialmente em micro buyins, está cheio de oponentes facilmente exploráveis. Você pode fazer jogadas, blefes, receber muitas cartas e jogar seus oponentes em vez de cartas. Sit n go é melhor para o jogador abc do paciente. Spin n go é o melhor para boas habilidades pós-flop e jogador de habilidades de leitura.

Ps. Sit n go, é melhor em termos de variação.


I liked your vision, I had never thought of it that way.

As soon as I get more feedback on my postflop, I think I'll plan some Spins!
 
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duson

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Spin in go's just feel too random to me. You don't really get to choose your hands because of the speed of the tournament and you essentially all-in your way to victory or bust. It feels way more like gambling than regular poker so I just stick to the sit n go's.
 
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I prefer mtt but our of spin and go and sit and go I would say sit and go. I find with spin and go most of the time you are getting less in the prize pool than what has been put in so its more like a jack pot wheel. If playing $1 it's normally a $2 prize pool, I assume with the remainder to go against ones where the payout is a lot bigger. But this means even if your playing well you are not winning as much. I assume it's not random each time and based on not paying out the buyins on average and that builds for the "jackpot" payouts. I have occasionally played them though if I want just a very quick game but not averagely a good buy in. I think I went in one where I won less than I had paid entry.
 
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Mepper95

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To each their own, but I personally really enjoy spin & go. :) It's high paced 3 player action, and 9 man sit&go's are very strict ICM wise which is something I don't really like from the get go. Occasionally I play a Sit&Go where there's 45-360 players enrolled. That feels a bit more like a MTT to me, which is more appealing than a 9man Sit&Go
 
Stelvio

Stelvio

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Sit n go you have more time to think and more time to choose hands, spin and go is a fast game.
 
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iSaladir

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I like Spin and Gos pretty much. Atm i am recording every table to look how much i am winning with 0,25$ spins.
 
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I think you better sit and go, spin and go in there much variance, and if you're not an experienced player, with good management of the bank, you could lose a lot of money.
It is better to play sit and go 6 or 9 players, or maybe HU.
 
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