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Jackpot Sit & Go: Win 1,000X Your Buy-In

by Card Player News Team |  Published: Nov 16, '17

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Right now, you can win up to 1,000 times your initial buy-in by playing Jackpot Sit & Go poker tournaments on Ignition Poker!

The way it works is simple. Three players register and get assigned a randomly assigned prize pool. There’s plenty of action, yet it only takes minutes to win.

These hyper turbo sit & go’s start players off with 500 in chips and three-minute blind levels. Site users can even play in up to four Jackpot Sit & Go’s simultaneously. Once players register, a spinning reel determines the randomized prize pool, meaning a buy-in of as little as $2 could potentially be worth a huge payday.

Ignition Poker offers awesome features that greatly enhance the casual poker playing experience. When combined with their industry leading $2,000 match bonus for new players, there’s really no better time to sign-up for Ignition Poker.

If you’d like to play, but don’t have an account, sign up by clicking here.

Online Gaming Sites: Enjoy free games and, before playing in real-money games, please check with your local jurisdiction regarding the legality of Internet gaming.

Online Gaming Sites: Enjoy free games and, before playing in real-money games, please check with your local jurisdiction regarding the legality of Internet gaming.

 
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