Fast growing Asian poker site J88Poker launches Sit&Go

Since its launch in October 2017, the Asian online brand J88Poker the asian online brands keeps developing its offering both on the live field and the online one.

In April the brand hosted a successful festival in Taiwan which saw a total of 452 players entering the Main Event.

In May the operator is putting more focus on its online product by launching SNGs. So far J88poker is offering Omaha, Badugi, OFC, Short Deck, 10+holdem (Golden Dragon) and tournaments.

Sit and Go on J88poker


Here is what you should know about the upcoming J88poker launch:

● What is a Sit and Go?

SNG is a type of poker tournament that starts when a certain number of seats is filled, which makes them convenient for those who are not able to spend hours on the game.

● When will the SNGs be available?

The SNGs will start running on May 1st.

● What kind of SNGs will be available on J88Poker?

There will be 3 types of SNG: Heads-Up, Single and Multiple. Single SNG will have 6-max and 9-max tables. For Multiples it will be 18, 45 and 90 players.

SNGs Lobby
SNG Lobby

Each type will have three speeds: Regular – 8 minutes, Turbo – 5 minutes and Hyper – 3 minutes. Buy-ins vary from ₵10 to ₵53,000.

Fifty 50 SNG at J88Poker

Fifty 50 SNGs end when there are half of the original entrants left. At this point half of the prize pool (basically your entry fee minus the rake) is paid out to the winners. The remaining half of the prize pool is paid according to the number of chips you hold when the game ends.

Join the Freeroll Festival to win SNG tickets

SITGO 800X600

SNG is coming to J88Poker together with the Freeroll Festival that will run over 2 months. There will be 1-2 freerolls held every hour except mornings, so you can easily get the tickets for J88 SNGs.

More: See Freerolls Schedule; Sit & Go homepage 

Visit J88poker Website



Louis Hartwell

Graduated in Media Communication at the University of Lausanne, Louis Hartman is a co-founder of He began his career in Cambodia as freelance journalist. In same time he was making his living by playing poker every night at that time. Intense learner, he read dozens of poker strategy books to improve his skills during many years. With a strong interest about poker "behind the scene" in Asia and his communication skills, Louis launched Somuchpoker in 2014.

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