That’s right. For as low as $2.20 and a little luck, you could be in Vegas playing in the Main Event for millions of dollars this year. At Americas Cardroom, you can win a seat to the 2019 WSOP for a fraction of the $10,000 buy-in.
Between June 3rd to the 9th, there will be daily WSOP satellite tournaments and at least 15 packages will be awarded to winning players. Total value is $12,500. This is sponsored during WSOP Takedown Week.
For as low as 28 cents, players can win their way up. There are seven steps with the first at .28. If you get lucky, you get the option to keep the cash or take your chances in Vegas. Personally, I don’t have a huge entourage that could take time off from work to cheer me on in Vegas, so I can’t say I’d jump at the chance. You often see winners with all their pals. But I do see the occasional person who goes singularly to the events, they win and go home. The buy-ins for the seven step tournaments are below. You can enter any one of the tournaments with the Step 7 tournament paying out with 15 Main Event seats.
Step 0 $0.25 + $0.03
Step 1 $1.50 + $0.15
Step 2 $6 + $0.60
Step 3 $15 + $1.50
Step 4 $50 + $5
Step 5 $140 + $10
Step 6 $500 +400
Step 7 $1,800 + $120
The WSOP is the apex of playing poker for NLH players and all poker players really. The WSOP is one of the most prestigious of tournaments to win. You could be next to a Phil Ivey or Fedor Holz. It’s really an amazing opportunity if you love the sport of poker.
The winning package includes the $10,000 buy-in and $2500 for travel expenses. A shout out for Americas Cardroom for the chance at greatness.
Americas Cardroom just completed an April High Five Series concluding with a $420,000 Main Event. It went over its guarantee and reached $664,000! The top winner, Package5, took home $124,835.76 pretty good for a days work! Congratulations.
Americas Cardroom is doing something right. Other top events are in the pics just click for the larger image.
Highstakes Results of Americas Cardroom High Five Series
|100k High Five Tournament|
|80k Poker Tournament