Sit & Go (SNG, SIT and GO) is an exhilarating format of the famous poker game. It usually has a wide range of games, but the most common types are Single Table Tournaments (STT’s) like 6 players Max or 9 players Max. Sit & Go’s starts right after the specifically mentioned number of players are registered. Unlike Multi Table Tournaments(MTT’s) Sit & Go’s doesn’t provide late registration, either you are in the game when the game starts or you have to wait for the next tournament to fill up. Sit & Go’s usually get finished much earlier than Multi-Table Tournaments(MTT’S) making it much easier for the players to enjoy the final action without a long waiting.

At KQPOKER.COM we offer a wide range of “Sit & Go collection” with buy-ins starting from Rs.100 to Rs.2000 to ensure that players in all levels get their chance to play and win the game. KQPOKER.COM offers a new promotion for the Sit & Go players, known as “SIT ‘N’ GO CHALLENGE”. Win 5 Sit & Go’s in a row and be Rewarded, A streak of 5 Wins in a row equals Rs.50,000. A player can win 5 Sit N Go’s at any time for e.g. a player can win 2 today and the remaining any other days but he must have played only 5 and won all of them. Achieve a streak of 5 Sit & Go wins and reward yourself with an extra Rs.50,000, the rewarding never halts. KQPOKER.COM has all rights to take appropriate actions against malpractices like Chip Dumping and Collusion. Check the Sit & Go Tab on our platform for all details.


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