Each of the tables on this page rank the best online poker sites for Sit and Go players. The scores for each site are calculated using:
- Average Net Cost. Net Cost is equal to the fees charged by the site, minus the site's equivalent rakeback. Since the fees vary by buy-in, and rakeback rewards typically increase with your volume of play, each site's score is based on the average net cost for a range of different volumes of play.
- Average Ranking. We have further ranked each site for 6 different categories of player (based on volume of play). Each site's score is based on the site's average ranking across all 6 categories.
Table size is one of the biggest factors in determining which online poker site is best for SNGs because fees sometimes vary by table size, and some sites offer promotions for some table sizes, but not others. Some online poker sites do not offer SNGs for all table sizes.
These tables answer these commonly asked questions:
- What is the best online poker site for full table Sit & Go's?
- What is the best online poker site for 6-handed SNGs?
- What is the best online poker site for heads-up Sit & Go's?
Although these are better questions than the more generic "What's the best Sit & Go poker site?", they're still not the right questions! The question you should be asking is, "What is the best online poker site FOR ME?", and the answer to that question depends on many different factors. For Sit & Go players, these tables address the second factor: what table size do you prefer?
The next question you should ask is "What is the best (full table / 6-handed / heads-up) Sit & Go poker site for my volume of play?". That is, how much rake (or fees) do you typically pay per year? Since most online poker sites give higher rakeback rewards for higher volume players, your volume of play has a huge impact on which online poker site is best for you. This is why we have broken down each of these ranking tables into an additional 18 Sit & Go ranking tables (6 different player categories for each table size):
- Casual (<$100/year in tournament fees)
- Enthusiast ($100 - $1,000/year in tournament fees)
- Amateur ($1,000 - $5,000/year in tournament fees)
- Semi-Pro ($5,000 - $25,000/year in tournament fees)
- Professional ($25,000 - $100,000/year in tournament fees)
- Hardcore Pro (>$100,000/year in tournament fees)
To view these more specific rankings, simply click the table title or "More Info" button in the tables above.