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Titan Poker has been running its 'Jackpot Sit and Go' promotions for a while. The concept is simple - win six games in a row and get a great advantage! There are actually three levels;
Fort Knox $ 50 9-6 players - Win 6 consecutively get $ 50k.
6 - Players - Rio 3.5 $ 20 get $ 6 consecutive wins 25k.
Maui - $ 5 +1 - 10 players - win 5 consecutive receives $ 15k
The good news is that if you play SNGs anyway you have an additional opportunity to make some money ... otherwise the fee for each is higher than the equivalent non-jackpot sit and go. I thought it was time to analyze it and wonder if it would be worth the extra expense of the rates for the possibility of a jackpot.

There are a couple of significant differences to include subnational governments of six men who actually pay 3 places instead of 2! We also have to take into account the level of play in these games as the experience level of the participants tends to be lower than for the equivalent buy jackpot games.

Let me start with some really simple probablilities and work from there, everything else is just your chance to win a SNG 16.7% 6 man ... so taking into account only a "half" player could win 6 in a row 0.002% of the time - or 1 in 500 games 6. Put another way, if Mr. Average 3000 playing SNG jackpot might expect, on average, to win the jackpot once!

Let's look at the odds vs the award to Fort Knox, (3000 * $ 9) - $ 50,000 = $ 23,000
Ok, so there seems to be something of value here!
The complicating factor comes when you look at the same figures for a winning player. Take the following course of 'Mrs Winner', 25% 1/15% second / 10% distribution placed third.
After 3000 'no jackpot' 6-man sngs;
First 750 ($ 210) = $ 157500
450 seconds ($ 90) = $ 40500
Total = (157,500 + 40,500) - (3000 * $ 55) = + $ 33000
After 3000 prize 6 man sngs;
750 first (150) = $ 112,500
450 seconds (90) = $ 40,500
300 3 ° (60) = $ 18,000
= Total ($ 112,500 + $ 40,500 + $ 18,000) - (3000 * $ 59) = - $ 6,000
Interesting twist, over 3000 games there is a difference of $ 39,000 - a strong suggestion that the winning player should stick to the smaller SNGs not rake the pot ... but wait, saying "Mrs. Winner has 25% chances to win we have to re-calculate the probability of 6 in a row - this is now 0.019%, almost 1 in 50!
Well, this analysis came expecting to rake increases these unplayable, and I am pleasantly surprised that there is some potential value in these. I mentioned that fill with less experienced players, let me elaborate - are filled with fish! This, of course, complicates things his way - but I think I have enough experience now to adjust.

Must mention coupon - give Titan 20 "points" for every $ 1 in tournament fees and 600 points = $ 5 bonus removal. So, if you are playing the Fort Knox while clearing a bonus actually is saving nearly $ 2 in fees.

One of the offers I had for the now defunct UK registration PP was a greater bonus for Titan, if you use 'PokerPoint "code when registering the initial premium is 100% up to $ 500 (usually 25% up to $ significent 250 for an increase.) can use this link;