Lottery-style sit and go’s — where three players play in a hyper turbo format for a randomly determined prize — are the latest rage in the poker world. This is evidenced on PokerStars, where Spin & Go’s have been attracting both recreational and more serious poker enthusiasts in huge numbers.
This past weekend on its French client, PokerStars rolled out a new type of tournament named Sunday 3D based of its popular game in Spin & Go tournaments. These multi-table tournaments, which are currently being offered on a trial basis, are similar to Spin & Go’s in that they’re played at three-max tables with a hyper-turbo structure of three-minute levels and players starting with 500 chips. The main difference between Spin & Go’s and the new tournaments — aside from the one being a sit and go and the other a multi-table tournament — is that the prize pool is not randomly determined in the Sunday 3D. Instead, the prize pool is based off entry fees with no random element involved.
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