Americas Cardroom Announces Stacked September Promotion With $1,000,000 in Guarantees
Players at the Winning Poker Network are looking forward to Sunday’s tournament roster with great expectation.
This will be the final day of the Online Super Series Cub3d that started on August 5th and it features 2 massive tournaments on September 2nd with a guaranteed prize pool of USD $1,000,000 each.
The first one starts at 1:00 pm ET and has a buy-in of $2,100. The second one kicks off at 3:00 pm ET and has a buy-in of $540.
The final big bang of this Online Super Series Cub3d also marks the beginning of a new tournament schedule. It features a significant increase in tournament guarantees and changes the landscape for players at Americas Cardroom. The promotion is called “Stacked September” and according to ACR’s spokesperson Michael Harris, they will also be introducing other features like Short Deck Poker.
Some of the highlights in this new tournament schedule that launches September 3rd include a daily High Roller, a boost to some of ACR majors like the $200,000 Sunday Warmup and the $150,000 Sunday Special.
Million Dollar Sunday Encore
In addition to the changes in the schedule, Americas Cardroom has announced already two Million Dollar Sundays on September 9th and September 16th at 1:00 pm ET. These tournaments will feature a much smaller field because of its buy-in of $2,500+$150. Both tournaments are in the poker lobby now and will soon begin qualifiers, so you can satellite with a smaller investment.
Million Dollar Sundays on the 9th and 16th are one-off events, however, depending on the demand these could become a permanent fixture on the weekly schedule. Those players that are looking to qualify for less can expect a nightly satellite for $320 at 7:45 pm ET.
Short Deck Poker Goes Live at ACR in September
It appears that September is going to be a great month in terms of games and innovations for the Winning Poker Network.
The organization has also announced the launch of a trending Hold’em variation called Short Deck Poker. The game was born in Asia and the first televised event occurred at the Triton Super High Roller $250,000 in South Korea.
Available at cash tables in heads-up, 6-max, and 9-max formats, Short Deck Poker removes all twos through fives from the deck, leaving just cards 6 through Ace.
Short Deck Poker also features an altered hand ranking system as follows from lowest to highest: High Card, Pair, Two Pair, Straight (low and high), 3 of a Kind, Full House, Flush, 4 of a Kind, Straight Flush, and Royal Flush.
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Good luck at the tables!