Million Dollar Jackpots are Back on ACR!

$1 Million Jackpots are back online at Americas Cardroom, but only for a limited time. These special Jackpot Poker games give you the power to win $1,000,000 in mere minutes online for as little as $5.

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Two $1 Million GTD Tourneys on ACR

Have you seen the huge tournaments at Americas Cardroom?  The online poker site is hosting two $1 Million dollar tournaments on the same day (Sunday, April 5th)!  Take advantage of all their big online tourneys. Sign up now using signup bonus code: Poker247

ACR’s $12 Million Online Super Series in home stretch

We’ve now reached December which means soon you will be giving lots of presents and hopefully opening a few of your own! With so many exciting things on tap, we don’t want you to forget about the great remaining action this year at US-facing Americas Cardroom.

Their Online Super Series (OSS) started November 20th and will conclude on Sunday, December 15th. If you don’t know, this is their flagship series that is designed for all players, from the beginner to the seasoned veteran.

The OSS has $12 Million in guaranteed prize pools over 151 tourneys. And satellites are available for all major events.

Even better news is that the two biggest OSS tourneys are still to come. They are the $1 Million guaranteed Main Events. Here’s the schedule:

·       $1 Million GTD Main Event on Sunday, December 8th at 3pm ET ($540 buy-in).

·       $1 Million GTD Main Event on Sunday, December 15th at 3pm ET ($215 buy-in).

You should pay special attention to the second of the $1 Million Main Events listed. That’s because it has 13 Day 1 options that feed players to Day 2 on Sunday, December 15th. Head to Americas Cardroom now to see all the remaining Day 1 options and then choose one (or more).  

Even the Grinch himself is upbeat about the Online Super Series! For all the details, click here.

Grab a $2,650 Venom seat playing speedy Cyclones

Americas Cardroom (ACR) is hosting in just a few weeks its next Venom tournament with $6 million guaranteed, and to think that the big winner will keep $1 million alone, the event is definitely getting attention from everywhere. To have a chance at playing this event, you have several ways to get in, being the simplest one which is to pay the buy-in with cash. Another option for the players that don’t have this possibility is to choose from Regular and Mega Satellites, Step Tourneys and Skip Tourneys that ACR has placed on the line. A new option is becoming more popular and it’s happening fast. Welcome to Cyclones.

The first Cyclones are about to start, and it doesn’t matter if you prefer a PC or the mobile version, it will be available for both platforms. These tournaments are slightly different, and they run as Blitz satellites, but even faster. There are 7 steps available that you can choose from, for as little as 25 cents, and you can enter whichever one you want. During the game, at the moment you accumulate 5000 chips you will be moved up to the next level automatically. In the final step, if you complete all seven steps, you will get rewarded with the $2,650 Venom seat!

Looking straight at the Cyclones, they have some interesting features including the option to leave the game at any point with the option to come back to your exact chip stack. On top of that, if you are lucky to finish the table on your last hand with over 5500 chips, you will be moved to the next level right away with 5000 chips. The other 500 chips will be used to re-seat you on the same step you are playing. In the end, you will have unlimited opportunities to win more than one Venom seat using a single Cyclone entry.

Go to Americas Cardroom for further details on the Cyclones and the $6 million Venom. 

Americas Cardroom gives cash game grinders big reasons to log on!

Americas Cardroom gives cash game grinders big reasons to log on!

It might be hard to understand, but the average poker site hates cash game grinders. Despite being a big source of revenue, most online poker rooms do everything in their power to dissuade cash game players from grinding their way to big profits.

Choose a site at random and you’ll quickly notice that they’re not in your corner. Just look at the way they’ve scaled back their loyalty programs, eliminated tools like hand histories, and restricted the number of tables you can play simultaneously. In other words, it’s a bad deal for cash game players.

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