The value of the tournament ticket is random and you'll receive a ticket ranging from $1 up to $20. The Sit and Go Hero promotion 5for1 special can only be claimed once per customer on Bwin Poker.
Sit & Go Hero tournaments launched earlier this month on the Bwin.Party network and is similar to Spin n Go on PokerStars but with a unique twist, it's four handed and a bounty tournament.
The jackpot SNG tournament gives players the chance to randomly win up to 10,000 times their buy-in amount plus a randomly selected bounty prize on one of the registered players heads.
Sit and Go Hero Promotion Bwin
To celebrate the launch of the new Sit & Go Hero tournaments on Bwin there is a special poker mission available in the lobby. Activate the mission and play five Sit and Go Hero tournaments and you'll get a free tournament ticket valued at a random amount between $1 up to $20.
For example you could play five Hero SNG's at a $1 buy-in and get a tournament ticket up to $20 for FREE! Each player can only claim this offer once within the promotional dates which end on 30 April, 2016.
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SNG Hero - 5for1 Mission
- Opt-in for the 5for1 Mission by activating the mission in the bwin poker lobby on the Missions tab.
- Play five SNG Hero tournaments with buy-ins of any amount.
- Get a free Hero SNG tournament ticket with a random value between $1-$20.
Sit & Go Hero Tournaments
The latest craze in the poker world is SNG jackpot tournaments, recently both PartyPoker and Bwin launched their version of new poker format with a twist.
The four-player Sit and Go Hero tournaments feature buy-in ranging from $1 up to $20 and give players the chance to win up to 10,000 times their buy-in amount.
The prize pool is randomly determined by a multiplier which is revealed just before the tournament begins. As an added bonus the tournaments are also bounty tourneys, at the start of the tournament one player will also be randomly chosen to have a bounty prize on their head.
The Sit and Go Hero tournament payout is structured on a winner-takes-all format unless the prize pool is more than 100 times the buy-in amount.