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Americas Cardroom’s $6 Million Venom tournament is mere days away

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$6 Million Venom is One for the Poker Record Books

This past summer, Americas Cardroom (ACR) made history with the $5 Million Venom. With a record-setting $6,382,500 prize pool, this tournament exceeded the site’s already high expectation. Now, the US-facing poker site is ready to make history once more with the upcoming $6 Million Venom, which begins on November 27th.

The $6 Million Venom is going to be the largest event ever hosted by any US-facing poker site. The tournament champ is guaranteed to take home a whopping $1,000,000, just like at the $5 Million Venom.

There will be four Day 1options to Venom and players will advance directly to Day 2 when they’re completed. The tournament wraps up on Wednesday, December 11th on what will become known as one of the biggest days in online poker history.

You can always buy a Venom seat for $2,650 right now, or you can choose another alternative. You can do what a number of other ACR players have done and earn a seat for $0 by sitting down at any of the site’s Step Tournaments, Skip Tournaments, Regular Satellites, Mega Satellites or Cyclones.

ACR’s Step Tournaments begin with a buy-in of zero, which means you have the chance to win your seat at the $2,650 Venom for free. Cyclones, which were introduced on November 14th, are another fantastic way to get a seat at Venom, so check out the website to see what they’re all about.

Additionally, there’s another option on ACR to make it to Venom. The Online Super Series (OSS) is taking place through December 15th and has $12 Million in total guarantees. This amount covers the money from Venom, which is the Featured Event of the series. The OSS, among other events, also has two separate $1,000,000 GTD events, with one offering a total of 13 Day 1 options!

Take a look at Americas Cardroom for all the details on the Online Super Series and $6 Million Venom.

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Dirty has been an employee or owner of some of the top online sports gambling forums since 1998. He worked at EOG.com from it's inception until 2008 when he left and opened GamblingIQ and then in 2012 opened Handicappers Hidaway. He has written hundreds af articles over the years and always has his "Dirty Dozen" College Football poll up starting the first week of October.
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