Spin & Go Tournaments

A Spin & Go tournament is one of the best ways to enjoy fast-paced tournaments.

Players at Clubs Poker will sit down at a Spin & Go table and compete against two other players for an undetermined prize pool. You won’t know how many coins you can win until the event starts.

Learn more about this tournament type below in our easy-to-read guide.

We provide all the details you need to log in to Clubs Poker and start playing Spin & Gos.

What Is a Spin & Go Tournament?

A Spin & Go tournament is considered a hyper-turbo event. Gameplay is fast, so you can easily play an event in a few minutes and move on to the next or log offline.

Spin & Go events start once there are enough players at the table, so you are never waiting long for an event to begin.

You play as normal, with the variant selected. The prizes awarded vary by event. Clubs Poker has various prize pools that can be awarded during the Spin & Gos.

You can see how much you are playing for once you pick an event and the table loads.

Spin & Go Tournament Rules

The rules are simple. Every player has the same starting chip stack and entry amount. Once you have used GC or SC to register, the game will load.

Only three players will compete. The standard format of Texas Hold’em or Omaha will apply.

The tournament will continue until only one player remains. The selected prize pool will then be split among the participants.

The amount can be low or high, and you never know until you start playing just how many coins you can win.

Gold Coins

Spin & Go Entry Value
Entry MultiplierProbability Out Of 1M Spins100 GC500 GC1,000 GC5,000 GC10,000 GC50,000 GC

Sweeps Coins

Spin & Go Entry Value
Entry MultiplierProbability Out Of 1M Spins0.25 SC1 SC2 SC5 SC10 SC

*For tournaments where a 20x, 50x, or 300x multiplier is achieved, the Jackpot will be split in the following manner: 80% to first place, 15% to second place, and 5% to third place. For tournaments where a 10x multiplier is achieved, the Jackpot will be split in the following manner: 80% to first place, 20% to second place.  For all other multiplier levels, the format is winner-take-all.

Spin & Go Tournament Hands

The hands for Spin & Go events will be the same as a standard poker hand.

You will need to know the qualifying hands for Texas Hold’em, Omaha, or another format of poker if offered.

Below, we will list options for Hold’em so you can see how the hands rank when playing.

  • Royal Flush: Best possible hand, with A-K-Q-J-10 of the same suit.
  • Straight Flush: Second best hand, with any five consecutive cards with the same suit.
  • Four of a Kind: Four of the same card, also known as quads.
  • Full House: Two and three of the same card, such as 6-6-8-8-8
  • Flush: All five cards have the same suit.
  • Straight: Five cards of consecutive value with different suits.
  • Three of a Kind: Three of the same card, also known as trips. Two additional cards in the hand.
  • Two Pair: Two sets of the same card, such as 4-4-5-5, and an extra card.
  • One Pair: One set of the same card, such as 2-2-3-6-8.

Playing Strategies For Spin & Go Tournaments

Spin & Gos are quite fun and can provide solid payouts with GC or SC.

Enhance your gaming session by utilizing any of our tournament tips below, specifically for Spin & Go events.

  • Use 3-Bet or Fold in Small Blind: A three-bet or fold is a solid strategy most of the time if you are in the small blind. You can control the game with this strategy.
  • Push or Fold with 10 Big Blinds or Less: If you get down to 10 big blinds or less, only push or fold. This will help you to build up your stack again if you see good cards on a few hands.
  • Know Your Hands: Know the hand rankings before you start playing. This will allow you to consider your hand and the community cards and decide whether to fold, raise, or check.

How To Play Spin & Go Tournaments At Clubs Poker?

  • Log in to Clubs Poker.
  • Search for Spin & Go events.
  • Find an event based on your GC or SC gaming needs.
  • Select the event and post your entry.
  • Once the game loads, you will see a chip stack in front of you.
  • Use your chips to play, with payouts determined based on the top three finishes and the total prize pool up for grabs.
  • The game continues until only one player has chips left.
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