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Americas Cardroom to host biggest online poker tournament by US-facing site

28 June 2019

(PRESS RELEASE) -- Americas Cardroom is once again proving that online poker's best days are yet to come. Their multi-day $5 Million Venom starting Sunday, 14 July will be their biggest tournament to date and the largest ever by a U.S.-facing site.

"You don't need time travel to be invented if you want to experience the golden era of online poker," stated Americas Cardroom spokesperson Michael Harris. "That's because it's happening this July at Americas Cardroom."

The $5 Million Venom has a guaranteed prize pool of $5,000,000, with a life-changing $1,000,000 going to the winner. The tourney also offers maximum flexibility with three Day 1's. Poker players can begin playing on Sunday, 14 July (Day 1A), Tuesday, 16 July (Day 1B) or Sunday, 21 July (Day 1C).

When play wraps up on Wednesday, 24 July, Americas Cardroom will send the winner their $1 Million prize within minutes via Bitcoin to show the world how dependable and fast the cryptocurrency is. The player can also choose to send the Bitcoin payment back and get paid in a more traditional method.

While the $5 Million Venom costs $2,650 to buy-in directly, the poker site doesn't want anyone sitting on the sidelines. Players can qualify for pennies on the dollar via daily Satellites and Super Satellites (start at $4.40), Step Tournaments (start at $0) and the Spin to Get IN slot machine (starts at 1 cent).

As if this wasn't enough, Americas Cardroom Online Super Series kicks off on 21 July. The OSS Cub3d is a three-part online poker tournament series that runs for 30 days. Overall, players will find $13 million in guarantees, spread across 160 events.

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