Get to the 2017 WSOP for .28 cents – Satellite Seats at Americas Cardroom

 On July 2nd, 2017, Americas Cardroom will host it’s satellite to the WSOP 2017. There will be 50 winners of a WSOP package that includes the $10,000 entry fee, $2500 for travel expenses, 24 hour cash out for Bitcoin users and a $540 satellite buy-in.
Buy-ins start at 28 cents. So, if you’re looking for a new cardroom or new to online poker, this is a great place to start. Everyday there are multiple satellite tournaments for these events at various buy-ins. Take a look and sign up today.
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Step Name Buy-in 1st Place 2nd Place 3rd Place 4th Place
Step 0 WSOP Step 0/7 $0.25+0.03 Step 1 Entry $0.30 $0.30
Step 1 WSOP Step 1/7 $1.50+0.15 Step 2 Entry Step 2 Entry $0.30
Step 2 WSOP Step 2/7 $6+0.60 Step 3 Entry Step 3 Entry Step 3 Entry $4.50
Step 3 WSOP Step 3/7 $15+1.50 Step 4 Entry Step 4 Entry $25
Step 4 WSOP Step 4/7 $50+5 Step 5 Entry Step 5 Entry Step 5 Entry
Step 5 WSOP Step 5/7 $140+10 Step 6 Entry Step 6 Entry $180
Step 6 WSOP Step 6/7 $500+40 Step 7 Entry $775 $465 $310
Step 7 WSOP Step 7/7 $2,800+150 1 WSOP Package 1 WSOP Package $200
 Max Steinberg was a player in the 2015 WSOP who took it to the final table that started from an online satellite entry. So Magic does happen!!


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Three of a Kind Deuces Wins Million Dollar Tournament

Playing poker I often will fold a low pair like a two or three or actually anything less than seven or eight. Often a higher ranking King or Queen will come in a wipe out my hope for a flush. I did adjust the strategy for those potential three of a kind and full house combos. And I found a mixed bag of success. Sometimes, those low pairs might be a winner by themselves and could even lead to a fullhouse or four of a kind.
The strategy is to checkout the first three cards that come up and if it looks good hang in there. For example, I get dealt a pair of deuces. If an opponent raises, I often will call. The flop shows unsuited Ace, Three, Four. I have a potential straight and if an opponent raises I will hang in there for a five. If there is a re-raise and I don’t have anything by this time, I will often fold.
Another scenarios is with a pair of deuces and the flop shows Ace, King, Queen or a potential straight not with my hold cards, I will fold. After all, a three of kind isn’t much to a potential straight.
The other side of the equation is also true. If the flop gives you a three of kind, check out the cards around it. Potential straights not including your hole card might occur. Often flushes and straights don’t happen. Chasing a flush or straight really requires gut instinct . They do happen but less frequently than pairs or three of kinds.
Below is a video of the latter example. The board revealed a pair of twos and the winner had one deuce in his hand. There wasn’t much potential for straights in this hand so it was an instinct move on the winner. The winner in this tourney took home over $250,000 in the Americas Cardroom Million Dollar Tourney in December, 2016.
Three of a Kind Deuces Wins Million Dollar Tournament

Online Super Series, OSS, Returns to Americas Cardroom with Million Dollar Main Event

The incredibly popular OSS, Online Super Series returns to Americas Cardroom. It will run from December 7th to December 18th and will features over $3,000,000 in prize pools spread out over the twelve day period. There’s a total of 78 tournaments to play including a Million Dollar Main Event. There are several other highstakes poker tournaments as well including a$500,000 , $250,000, and several $100,000+ tournaments as well. Every day there will be something for all players bankrolls from small microstakes and up to large high stakes games. And even better, there are freerolls and satellite tournaments for all of the highstakes tournaments. Win your next tournament with a fraction of the entry fee if you have to pay at all. There are two freerolls for the Main Event everyday. And there are satellite tournaments for all the bigger, highstakes games.
Satellite tournaments are a great way to get into larger more profitable tournaments. Everyday at America’s Cardroom there are satellite tournaments for all the highstakes tournaments. Buy-ins are a fraction of the regular tournament cost. And you can take it as far as you can. Max Steinberg won a seat to the WSOP playing a satellite tournament. One great tip for satellites is to choose satellites with multiple winners instead of one and increase the chances of getting in .

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Check out the satellite schedule below:

Americas Cardroom Satellites

Every day there are satellites to larger big money tournaments
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Freeroll for the Million Dollar Main Event

Twice a day there are freeroll satellites for the Million Dollar Main event. Will you be the one? It’s a great time to join Americas cardroom. Get in on the big bucks!!!
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Americas Cardroom is one of the top ten US facing online poker rooms. Their customer service is excellent and they have phone service 24 hours a day. Don’t believe me call 1 877 314 4195 you will find someone there for all your needs. Also they have live chat and email. Their custome service is probably the reason they have become more popular. If you track America’s Cardroom OSS history, you will see each one has increased prize pools. This is the largest one to date and expect the Million Dollar tournament to go over $1,000,000. If you’re looking for a new cardroom check out Americas Cardroom.
For new depositors, you get a freeroll, 20 days of jackpot poker, and up to $1000 bonus. Breaking this down. The freeroll is a $250 New Depositor Freeroll. At whatever level you play, freerolls are often a great place hone your craft. Jackpot poker is like slots. You play poker at a 3 seat table and at any given time a jackpot can be won. The higher stakes the table, the higher the jackpot prize. The deposit bonus works like this. Once you make your deposit, it’s released back into your cash account as you continue to play. You will find the longer you stay in a game and bet, the more bonus money gets released. It’s a great bonus for poker players. A little incentive really but it will save you some money maybe even for another tournament! It’s a great time to play at Americas Cardroom.
The full OSS schedule is below:

OSS VIII Schedule

Date Time Event # GTD Buy in Details
Wednesday 7th December 2016 3:30 PM #1 $100,000 $100+$9 5 HR LR
Wednesday 7th December 2016 5:00 PM #2 $8,000 $24+$2 PLO8 KO 6 Max
Wednesday 7th December 2016 7:00 PM #3 $40,000 $100+$9 Regular
Wednesday 7th December 2016 8:00 PM #4 $20,000 $25+$2.5 Regular
Wednesday 7th December 2016 9:00 PM #5 $3,000 $5+$0.5 Regular
Thursday 8th December 2016 3:30 PM #6 $10,000 $8+$0.8 5 Hour LR
Thursday 8th December 2016 5:00 PM #7 $1,000 $4+$0.40 SKO
Thursday 8th December 2016 7:45 PM #8 $30,000 $80+$8 6 Max
Thursday 8th December 2016 8:30 PM #9 $50,000 $300+$20 Regular
Thursday 8th December 2016 9:30 PM #10 $5,000 $15+$1.50 Turbo
Thursday 8th December 2016 10:30 PM #11 $800 $2+$0.20 Super Mega Hyper
Friday 9th December 2016 3:30 PM #12 $30,000 $40+$4 5 HR LR
Friday 9th December 2016 4:30 PM #13 $4,000 $10+$1 PLO 6 Max
Friday 9th December 2016 6:30 PM #14 $8,000 $50+$5 SKO Super Stack Turbo
Friday 9th December 2016 8:00 PM #15 $35,000 $80+$8 8 Max
Friday 9th December 2016 9:00 PM #16 $3,000 $3+$0.30 4 Max
Friday 9th December 2016 10:30 PM #17 $1,000 $7+$0.35 PLO8 Hyper
Saturday 10th December 2016 3:30 PM #18 $7,500 $10+$1 PLO 5 HR LR
Saturday 10th December 2016 4:00 PM #19 $3,000 $5+$0.4 KO
Saturday 10th December 2016 5:30 PM #20 $25,000 $200+$15 SKO
Saturday 10th December 2016 7:00 PM #21 $25,000 $50+$5 6 Max
Saturday 10th December 2016 8:00 PM #22 $15,000 $20+$2 regular
Saturday 10th December 2016 9:00 PM #23 $2,000 $10+$1 PLO Turbo Superstack
Saturday 10th December 2016 9:30 PM #24 $500 $1+$0.10 Regular
Sunday 11th December 2016 2:00 PM #25 $60,000 $20+$2 5 HR LR
Sunday 11th December 2016 2:00 PM #26 $100,000 $50+$5 5 HR LR
Sunday 11th December 2016 3:00 PM #27 $500,000 $300+$20 Sunday Special
Sunday 11th December 2016 5:00 PM #28 $20,000 $60+$6 8 Max NLO8
Sunday 11th December 2016 7:30 PM #29 $12,500 $10+$1 Regular
Sunday 11th December 2016 8:00 PM #30 Cage Event $1000+$50 $1K CAGE
Sunday 11th December 2016 9:00 PM #31 $1,000 $2+$0.20 TURBO Megastack
Sunday 11th December 2016 9:00 PM #32 $10,000 $25+$2.50 TURBO Megastack
Sunday 11th December 2016 9:00 PM #33 $30,000 $100+$9 TURBO Megastack
Monday 12th December 2016 3:30 PM #34 $8,000 $10+$1 PLO8 5 HR LR 6 Max
Monday 12th December 2016 4:15 PM #35 $5,000 $40+$4 FT Experience
Monday 12th December 2016 7:30 PM #36 $20,000 $50+$5 6 Max
Monday 12th December 2016 8:00 PM #37 $40,000 $200+$15 8 Max
Monday 12th December 2016 8:30 PM #38 $4,000 $5+0.50 regular
Monday 12th December 2016 10:15 PM #39 $5,000 $25+$1.25 Hyper Megastack KO
Tuesday 13th December 2016 3:30 PM #40 $7,500 $5+$0.50 6 Max 5 HR LR
Tuesday 13th December 2016 4:30 PM #41 $6,000 $20+$2 PLO
Tuesday 13th December 2016 6:45 PM #42 $7,500 $10+$1 Regular
Tuesday 13th December 2016 8:00 PM #43 $15,000 $30+$3 R/A
Tuesday 13th December 2016 8:30 PM #44 $2,000 $3+$0.30 4 Max
Tuesday 13th December 2016 10:15 PM #45 $15,000 $50+$5 Super Stack Turbo
Wednesday 14th December 2016 3:30 PM #46 $35,000 $30+$3 5 HR LR
Wednesday 14th December 2016 4:30 PM #47 $2,000 $2+$0.20 R/A
Wednesday 14th December 2016 6:45 PM #48 $30,000 $50+$5 Regular
Wednesday 14th December 2016 7:00 PM #49 Cage Event $5000+$100 $5K CAGE
Wednesday 14th December 2016 7:30 PM #50 $25,000 $200+$15 NLO8
Wednesday 14th December 2016 8:00 PM #51 $5,000 $5+$0.50 Regular
Wednesday 14th December 2016 10:15 PM #52 $4,000 $20+$2 PLO Superstack Turbo
Thursday 15th December 2016 3:30 PM #53 $5,000 $10+$1 5 HR LR SKO
Thursday 15th December 2016 4:30 PM #54 $10,000 $40+$4 Megastack Turbo
Thursday 15th December 2016 6:45 PM #55 $5,000 $20+$2 PLO 6 Max
Thursday 15th December 2016 7:30 PM #56 $30,000 $80+$8 Regular
Thursday 15th December 2016 8:30 PM #57 $1,500 $2+$0.20 Regular
Thursday 15th December 2016 10:15 PM #58 $300 $1+$0.10 Super Stack Turbo
Friday 16th December 2016 3:30 PM #59 $40,000 $50+$5 5 HR LR
Friday 16th December 2016 4:30 PM #60 $1,000 $5+$0.50 NLO8 SKO
Friday 16th December 2016 6:45 PM #61 $10,000 $20+$2 R/A
Friday 16th December 2016 7:30 PM #62 $5,000 $5+$0.50 Regular
Friday 16th December 2016 8:00 PM #63 $30,000 $50+$5 Regular
Friday 16th December 2016 10:15 PM #64 $6,000 $10+$0.50 Hyper Super Stack
Saturday 17th December 2016 3:30 PM #65 $50,000 $75+$7.50 5 HR LR
Saturday 17th December 2016 5:00 PM #66 $8,000 $20+$2 Regular
Saturday 17th December 2016 6:45 PM #67 $30,000 $150+$10 6 Max KO
Saturday 17th December 2016 7:30 PM #68 $3,500 $7+$0.70 Megastack Turbo
Saturday 17th December 2016 8:00 PM #69 $50,000 $500+$30 PLO SKO
Saturday 17th December 2016 10:00 PM #70 $4,000 $10+$1 Regular
Sunday 18th December 2016 1:00 PM #71 $250,000 $100+$9 5 HR LR Warm up 8 Max
Sunday 18th December 2016 2:00 PM #72 $60,000 $20+$2 5 HR LR
Sunday 18th December 2016 4:00 PM #73 $1,000,000 $500+$40 MAIN
Sunday 18th December 2016 6:00 PM #74 $10,000 $10+$1 Regular
Sunday 18th December 2016 8:00 PM #75 $40,000 $100+$9 BIG10
Sunday 18th December 2016 8:00 PM #76 $20,000 $40+$4 Regular
Sunday 18th December 2016 8:30 PM #77 $40,000 $80+$8 Megastack Turbo
Sunday 18th December 2016 10:00 PM #78 $5,000 $40+$2 Hyper SK $40 buy in $40 bounty


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Finding Your Way Around America’s Cardroom Lobby

Finding Tournaments and Poker Games at Americas Cardroom

Navigating your way around a poker lobby can be daunting. Lots of links that you might overlook quickly and click somewhere you didn’t have in mind. So, I made a couple of images of the lobby of America’s Cardroom. The goal is to be able to find the various games available. From cash games to tournaments to PLO and more they’re covered in this easy to find graphic post.

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All Poker Tournaments
If you click all, you will find all of the tournaments available at any given time. It’s easier to focus on your favorite style game like Highstakes, Sit & Go and check out the available tournaments in that category
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Cash Games
After logging in, you’ll see the cash games screen. Some players swear by cash games. They make sense for a great reason – time management. If you don’t have 10 hours for some of larger tournaments and say 2 or 3, cash games can work to your advantage. Also, your concentration span might be within a few hour window. If so, cash games might be your best bet for poker games. Many professional poker players play only cash games and make a great living on them.
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Micro, Low, Medium, High stakes poker games
Look at the arrows in white and yellow and you’ll see the micro, low, medium and highstakes games available at Americas Cardroom. If you run your mouse over them they will highlight the color red and when you click them a new window will open showing all the games that are available.
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Jackpot Poker
Americas Cardroom introduced jackpot poker. It’s an exciting way to win a jackpot while playing. The buy-ins are from $3 to $40 and the jackpots go up to $100,000. There is no secret to winning the jackpots, just play poker which is a three at a table style game and you’re eligible for the jackpot. It’s a random jackpot winning game.
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Omaha and Stud Games
Look at the panel at the top of the screen and you’ll find Omaha and Stud games. Click it and a new window will open showing the various omaha and stud games available. Fewer people play these games but the action is there for those who do.
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Sit & Go Poker Schedule
Sit & Go Tournaments are featured here. Like above just click the panel Sit & Go and the tournaments will open with a new window. Sit & Go tournaments need a certain amount of players to start with and when that occurs the game begins. There are various stakes from freeroll to over $20. The most popular are the freerolls, the 0.50 cents and the dollar sit & go tournaments.

High Five Series Returns October 19th to October 23rd 2016 at Americas Cardroom

Americas Cardroom will be hosting the High Five Series from October 19th to October 23rd. The theme is 420 and everyday at 4:20 PM there will be a courtesy break for poker players to take a “breather”.
The highlight of this tournament is the $420,000 Main Event. But there will be many competitive poker tournaments for all ranges of players from small stakes to high stakes. Overall, there is almost one million dollars on the table of guaranteed prize money over the series.
In addition to the Big 10 and Turbo tournaments, each day will have 5 High Five Series Tournaments. And for the $420,000 Main Event, not only will the winner walk away with the prize money estimated at $125,000 but also get a sterling silver High Five bracelet as additional compensation.
It’s great time to play at Americas Cardroom. The tournament schedule is noted below. For new players, you can get up to $1000 in bonus money, a freeroll and 20 days of free jackpot poker as additional sign up bonus. And if you’re really good, you can walk away with over $100,000! Check out America’s Cardroom.
The High Five Series schedule is below:

High Five Series Schedule:

Here are all scheduled series events including dates, game types, start times and buy-ins. Note that satellites for the big tournament events will be running before and during the series, so you can secure your entries for pennies on the dollar!

Date Time (ET) Event # Guarantee Buy in Type
Wednesday, October 19th 3:30pm #1 $20,000 $20+$2 5 HR LR
Wednesday, October 19th 5:30pm #2 $10,000 $15+$1.50 Regular
Wednesday, October 19th 7:00pm #3 $20,000 $40+$4 Regular
Wednesday, October 19th 8:15pm #4 $50,000 $500+$30 Regular
Wednesday, October 19th 9:15pm #5 $2,000 $5+$0.25 Hyper Mega Stack
Thursday, October 20th 3:00pm #6 $3,000 $3+$0.30 Rebuys/Addon
Thursday, October 20th 5:00pm #7 $15,000 $80+$8 PLO
Thursday, October 20th 7:00pm #8 $60,000 $300+$20 Regular
Thursday, October 20th 8:00pm #9 $10,000 $10+$1 Rebuys/Addon 6 Max
Thursday, October 20th 9:30pm #10 $15,000 $60+$3 Mega Stack Hyper
Friday, October 21st 3:30pm #11 $30,000 $50+$5 6-Max 5 HR LR
Friday, October 21st 5:00pm #12 $20,000 $40+$4 Regular
Friday, October 21st 8:00pm #13 $40,000 $200+$15 Regular
Friday, October 21st 8:30pm #14 $7,500 $15+$1 Mega Stack Turbo
Friday, October 21st 9:00pm #15 $3,000 $7+$0.70 4 Max
Saturday, October 22nd 3:30pm #16 $5,000 $10+$0.50 Hyper Mega Stack
Saturday, October 22nd 5:00pm #17 $12,000 $60+$6 6 Max NLO8 KO $50 Buyin, 10 bounty
Saturday, October 22nd 7:00pm #18 $30,000 $150+$10 6-Max KO $110 Buyin, 40 Bounty
Saturday, October 22nd 8:00pm #19 $20,000 $30+$3 Regular
Saturday, October 22nd 9:00pm #20 $5,000 $10+$1 Regular
Sunday, October 23rd 1:30pm #21 $10,000 $5+$0.50 5 HR LR
Sunday, October 23rd 2:00pm #22 $100,000 $100+$9 5 HR LR
Sunday, October 23rd 4:00pm #23 $420,000 $420+$35 Main
Sunday, October 23rd 5:00pm #24 $30,000 $60+$6 6 Max
Sunday, October 23rd 8:00pm #25 $40,000 $100+$9 Megastack Turbo


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Pot Limit Omaha Lovers Rejoice at America’s Cardroom Mo Mo Mo PLO Promo

From PLO cash games to PLO Tournaments, America’s Cardroom is the place to be between October 8th and October 14th. There are several ways to win big bucks playing PLO during this special time.
PLO Cash Games
From 6am to 8am and 10pm to 12am are like PLO happy hours. For every hundred hands you play, you get bonus cash back. It doesn’t matter if you win or fold just that you’re dealt is enough to get this bonus. At the end of the period, October 15th, your bonus is credited to your account.
PLO Tourneys
There will be additional PLO tourneys included in the tournament roster including a $10,000 Super KO PLO tourney and $50,000 GTD PLO Sunday special for highrollers.
PLO Jackpots
America’s Cardroom offers Jackpot Poker where you can win randomly at any given time playing jackpot poker. There will be a $150,000 $60 buy-in tournament in the jackpot poker section during this time.

America’s Cardroom PLO Tournament Schedule

Monday to Friday

Time (ET) Name Buy-in Details
10:00AM $1000 GTD 6 Max KO $24+$2 3 HR LR – Knock Out
3:00PM $5000 GTD $10+$1 5 HR LR
7:45PM $4000 GTD PLO 8-Max $40+$4 3 HR LR

Special Friday Super KO

Time (ET) Name Buy-in Details
7:00PM SUPER KO PLO $10,000 GTD $150 + $10 $75 KO 3 HR LR – Knock Out

Saturday

Time (ET) Name Buy-in Details
10:00AM $1000 GTD 6 Max KO $24+$2 3 HR LR – Knock Out
3:30PM $5000 GTD $10+$1 5 HR LR
6:00PM $5,000 GTD PLO R/A 6 Max $25 + $2.50 2500 start 2500 rebuy + 5000 add on
7:45PM $4000 GTD PLO 8-Max $40+$4 3 HR LR

Sunday

Time (ET) Name Buy-in Details
10:00AM $1000 GTD 6 Max KO $24+$2 3 HR LR – Knock Out
2:00PM $50,000 GTD $200+$15 Sunday Special
3:00PM $10000 GTD $10+$1 5 HR LR
7:45PM $4000 GTD PLO 8-Max $40+$4 3 HR LR


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Americas Cardroom High Five Poker Series Returns June 8th to June 12th 2016

America’s Cardroom will hold its top tournament series, the High Five Tournament between June 8th and June 12th. That is five days of nonstop poker tournament action. The High Five Series is a recurring poker tournament with the first one of the year in January 2016. The series culminates with $420,000 no limit holdem tournament with a buy-in of $420. It also signifies a new high for Americas Cardroom, that has become one of the top ten US poker rooms online.
The variety of games, popular tournaments, and great customer service have place Americas Cardroom as one the top ten US online cardrooms. Their most recent Million Dollar Tournament Event was the first time it went over the guarantee! The return of the High Five Series continues the momentum.
The High Five Series features a mix of games. Primarily it has No Limit Holdem Poker but also Pot Limit Omaha 8, and Pot Limit Omaha as well. There will be 5 High Five Tournaments every day in addtion to the regular tournaments. And the tournaments include regular, rebuy addon, turbos, megastack turbo and the Main Event $420,000. Buy-ins range from $2 and go up to $420. It’s an exciting time to play . The High Five Poker Tournament tends to attract the best of the best in the poker world and players often find themselves seated next to one of them as they play!
The prize pool is $942,000. The tournaments range from $2000 and go up to $420,000 . The Main Event is June 12th at 4 pm EST and at 4:20 PM EST, there is a courtesy break. The Main Event will also be streamed via Twitch.tv.

The full High Five Series is below:

Date Time (ET) Event # Guarantee Buy in Type
Wednesday, June 8th 3:00pm #1 $6,000 $3+$0.30 5 HR LR
Wednesday, June 8th 5:30pm #2 $8,000 $15+$1.50 Regular
Wednesday, June 8th 7:00pm #3 $20,000 $40+$4 Regular
Wednesday, June 8th 8:15pm #4 $40,000 $500+$30 Regular
Wednesday, June 8th 9:15pm #5 $2,000 $5+$0.25 Hyper Mega Stack
Thursday, June 9th 3:00pm #6 $3,000 $2+$0.20 Rebuys/Addon
Thursday, June 9th 5:00pm #7 $15,000 $80+$8 PLO
Thursday, June 9th 7:00pm #8 $75,000 $300+$20 Regular
Thursday, June 9th 8:00pm #9 $15,000 $10+$1 Rebuys/Addon 6 Max
Thursday, June 9th 9:30pm #10 $15,000 $60+$3 Mega Stack Hyper
Friday, June 10th 3:30pm #11 $30,000 $50+$5 6-Max 5 HR LR
Friday, June 10th 5:00pm #12 $20,000 $40+$4 Regular
Friday, June 10th 7:00pm #13 $30,000 $100+$9 Regular
Friday, June 10th 8:30pm #14 $10,000 $15+$1 Mega Stack Turbo
Friday, June 10th 9:00pm #15 $3,000 $7+$0.70 4 Max
Saturday, June 11th 3:00pm #16 $5,000 $10+$0.50 Hyper Mega Stack
Saturday, June 11th 5:00pm #17 $15,000 $60+$6 6 Max NLO8 KO $50 Buyin, 10 bounty
Saturday, June 11th 7:00pm #18 $30,000 $150+$10 6-Max KO $110 Buyin, 40 Bounty
Saturday, June 11th 8:00pm #19 $20,000 $30+$3 Regular
Saturday, June 11th 9:00pm #20 $5,000 $10+$1 Regular
Sunday, June 12th 1:00pm #21 $10,000 $5+$0.50 5 HR LR
Sunday, June 12th 2:00pm #22 $100,000 $100+$9 5 HR LR
Sunday, June 12th 4:00pm #23 $420,000 $420+$35 Main
Sunday, June 12th 5:00pm #24 $25,000 $60+$6 NLH
Sunday, June 12th 9:00pm #25 $20,000 $100+$9 Megastack Turbo

 

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The Sixth Online Super Series is in Full Swing at Americas Cardroom

Americas Card room is offering its sixth OSS, Online Super Series. It’s a great series of poker tournaments with 2.5 million in guaranteed prizes culminating in a massive million dollar tournament Sunday April 24th. Though the buy-in is $540, there are lots of satellites including freerolls and a mega satellite too. There is also a $300,000 event as well. But there are tournaments as low as .06 cents. It’s a wide range of buy-ins as well as types of tournaments. The poker series is in full swing between April 14 and April 24.
The OSS VI has 76 individual events and will guarantee $2,500,000 in prize pools over the 10 days. Buy-ins start at just six cents and there is a tremendous variety with game types including Texas holdem, pot-limit Omaha and pot-limit Omaha eight-or-better. Tournament structures include regular, turbo and hyper turbo.
You’re going to Love the OSS VI with: $2.5 million in prize pools spread across 76 events The $1,000,000 GTD Million Dollar Sunday Event Buy-ins ranging from $0.06 up to $540 Diverse schedule with a wide variety of game type.
Americas Card room has cracked the top ten cardroom in the world. It’s no wonder why. In 2016 special tournaments like the $840,000 High Five Tournament and the $150,000 Freebuy tournament has helped solidy their success in the poker world. And on top of all of this new players can get up to $50 in free tournament bucks just by signing up. The tournament bucks can only be used for tournaments but it’s less money out of pocket.
The two biggest events of the OSS VI are the $300,000 GTD on Sunday, Apr. 17 at 5pm ET and the $1,000,000 GTD Million Dollar Sunday on Apr. 24 at 4pm ET. The buy-in for the Million Dollar Sunday is $540, but you can get your ticket for a fraction of the cost with their satellites and mega satellites. The Mega Satellites will award 300 seats by themselves between Apr. 22-24.
In November 2011, Americas Card room had its first OSS with a prize pool of $150,000 . Today it’s $2,500,000 in guaranteed prize pools. Check out Americas Card room and see why they are steadily improving the poker experience.

Online Super Series Poker Tournament Schedule

Here’s the OSS VI full tournament schedule detailing dates and times of each of the 76 events. The majority of tourneys have a number of satellites from which you can secure your entry for just pennies on the dollar. Simply double click on the desired tournament in the tournament lobby of the poker client to see a listing of available satellites for each tournament.

Date Time (ET) Event # GTD Buy in Details
Friday, April 15th 2:00pm #1 $15,000 $12+$1 5 Hour LR KO
Friday, April 15th 3:00pm #2 $2,000 $3+$0.30 Regular
Friday, April 15th 5:00pm #3 $5,000 $16+$1.6 PLO8
Friday, April 15th 6:00pm #4 $5,000 $10+$1 4 Max
Friday, April 15th 7:30pm #5 $35,000 $100+$9 Regular
Friday, April 15th 8:00pm #6 $15,000 $25+$2.5 Regular
Friday, April 15th 9:45pm #7 $50 $0.05+$0.01 Hyper Mega Stack
Saturday, April 16th 3:00pm #8 $5,000 $10+$1 PLO 5 HR LR
Saturday, April 16th 3:00pm #9 $3,000 $5+$0.40 KO
Saturday, April 16th 4:00pm #10 $5,000 $10+$1 Regular
Saturday, April 16th 5:00pm #11 $1,000 $4+$0.40 Pot Limit Holdem
Saturday, April 16th 6:00pm #12 $20,000 $50+$5 6 Max
Saturday, April 16th 7:00pm #13 $50,000 $200+$15 Regular
Saturday, April 16th 8:30pm #14 $4,000 $15+$1.50 PLO8 Turbo
Saturday, April 16th 9:00pm #15 $6,000 $30+$1.50 Hyper Mega Stack
Sunday, April 17th 2:00pm #16 $75,000 $50+$5 5 Hour LR
Sunday, April 17th 4:00pm #17 $10,000 $20+$2 R/A 6Max
Sunday, April 17th 5:00pm #18 $300,000 $300+$20 5 Hour LR
Sunday, April 17th 6:00pm #19 $10,000 $50+$2.50 Super KO
Sunday, April 17th 7:00pm #20 $10,000 $30+$3 PLO
Sunday, April 17th 8:00pm #21 $15,000 $50+$5 4 Max
Sunday, April 17th 8:00pm #22 $200 $0.25+$0.02 Regular
Sunday, April 17th 10:30pm #23 $3,000 $10+$1 Mega Stack Turbo
Monday, April 18th 2:00pm #24 $500 $0.50+$0.05 5 Hour LR
Monday, April 18th 3:30pm #25 $1,500 $4+$0.40 Mega Stack Turbo
Monday, April 18th 5:00pm #26 $3,000 $5+$0.50 Regular
Monday, April 18th 6:00pm #27 $30,000 $60+$6 Regular
Monday, April 18th 7:00pm #28 $3,500 $10+$1 PLO
Monday, April 18th 8:00pm #29 $4,000 $6+$0.60 R/A
Tuesday, April 19th 2:00pm #30 $10,000 $24+$2 PLO8 KO 5 Hour LR
Tuesday, April 19th 3:00pm #31 $250 $0.50+$0.05 Regular
Tuesday, April 19th 5:30pm #32 $3,000 $15+$1.20 Turbo KO 6 Max
Tuesday, April 19th 6:00pm #33 $60,000 $250+$15 Regular
Tuesday, April 19th 7:00pm #34 $5,000 $20+$2 PLO 6 Max R/A
Tuesday, April 19th 8:00pm #35 $25,000 $75+$7 Regular
Tuesday, April 19th 8:00pm #36 $2,000 $3+$0.30 6 Max
Tuesday, April 19th 10:00pm #37 $4,000 $10+$1 Regular
Wednesday, April 20th 2:00pm #38 $1,000 $1+$0.10 5 Hour LR
Wednesday, April 20th 3:00pm #39 $2,000 $5+$0.50 4 Max
Wednesday, April 20th 5:00pm #40 $4,000 $24+$2 PLO8 KO 6 Max
Wednesday, April 20th 7:00pm #41 $50,000 $200+$15 Regular
Wednesday, April 20th 8:00pm #42 $15,000 $25+$2.5 Regular
Wednesday, April 20th 9:00pm #43 $3,000 $5+$0.50 Regular
Thursday, April 21st 2:00pm #44 $8,000 $8+$0.80 5 Hour LR
Thursday, April 21st 3:00pm #45 $2,000 $4+$0.40 Regular
Thursday, April 21st 5:00pm #46 $5,000 $25+$2.5 Ante Up*
Thursday, April 21st 7:00pm #47 $25,000 $75+$7 Regular
Thursday, April 21st 8:30pm #48 $8,000 $40+$4 Turbo
Thursday, April 21st 10:30pm #49 $3,000 $10+$1 Mega Stack Turbo
Friday, April 22nd 2:00pm #50 $20,000 $30+$3 5 Hour LR
Friday, April 22nd 3:00pm #51 $1,500 $3+$0.30 Regular
Friday, April 22nd 5:00pm #52 $5,000 $10+$1 R/A
Friday, April 22nd 7:00pm #53 $8,000 $16+$1.60 6 Max
Friday, April 22nd 7:30pm #54 50 Seats to MDS $60+$6 50 Seats to MDS
Friday, April 22nd 8:00pm #55 $15,000 $30+$3 Regular
Friday, April 22nd 8:00pm #56 $2,000 $3+$0.30 4 Max
Friday, April 22nd 9:00pm #57 $20,000 $60+$6 Regular
Saturday, April 23rd 2:00pm #58 $20,000 $30+$3 5 Hour LR
Saturday, April 23rd 3:00pm #59 $500 $1+$0.1 R/A PLO
Saturday, April 23rd 4:30pm #60 $3,000 $10+$1 Hyper Mega Stack
Saturday, April 23rd 5:00pm #61 $5,000 $25+$2.5 PLO
Saturday, April 23rd 6:00pm #62 $30,000 $150+$9 6-Max KO, $100 buy in, $50 bounty
Saturday, April 23rd 7:00pm #63 $3,000 $30+$3 Limit Holdem
Saturday, April 23rd 7:30pm #64 100 Seats to MDS $60+$6 100 Seats to MDS
Saturday, April 23rd 8:00pm #65 $20,000 $80+$8 Regular
Saturday, April 23rd 9:00pm #66 $5,000 $10+$1 Regular
Sunday, April 24th 11:30am #67 150 Seats to MDS $80+$8 150 Seats to MDS
Sunday, April 24th 2:00pm #68 $40,000 $20+$2 5 Hour LR
Sunday, April 24th 3:00pm #69 $200,000 $200+$15 Sunday Special special
Sunday, April 24th 4:00pm #70 $1,000,000 $500+$40 Main 5 HR LR
Sunday, April 24th 5:00pm #71 $3,000 $3+$0.30 R/A
Sunday, April 24th 6:00pm #72 $8,000 $25+$2 PLO8 6 Max KO
Sunday, April 24th 7:00pm #73 $50,000 $80+$8 Megastack turbo
Sunday, April 24th 7:00pm #74 $20,000 $40+$4 Regular
Sunday, April 24th 8:00pm #75 $4,000 $10+$1 PLO
Sunday, April 24th 10:00pm #76 $10,000 $80+$4 Hyper SK $40 buy in $40 bounty

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High Five Tournament at Americas Cardroom

Americas Cardroom is holding its first High Five tournament of the year. It’s a great way to get in with small buy-ins from satellites as low as .25 cents and up. Over $840,000 in prize pools are on the table for the taking. And there will be winners. It may as well be you. Bonuses for first timers are in effect, up to $1000. So you can get money back from that as well.

It’s extremely competitive and the tournaments have many players. Give yourself 8 to 10 hours and the amount of players is around 2000 per tourney. Some of the tournaments are going over their original prize pool. It’s a very exciting place to be. The tournament schedule is below and include Pot Luck Omaha, PLO, tourneys as well.

Date Time (ET) Event # Guarantee Buy in Type
Wednesday, January 20th 3:00pm #1 $6,000 $3+$0.30 5 HR LR
Wednesday, January 20th 5:00pm #2 $7,000 $15+$1.50 Regular
Wednesday, January 20th 7:00pm #3 $25,000 $60+$6 Regular
Wednesday, January 20th 8:00pm #4 $10,000 $8+$0.80 6 Max
Wednesday, January 20th 9:30pm #5 $2,500 $10+$1 PLO8 Turbo
Thursday, January 21st 3:00pm #6 $3,000 $2+$0.20 Rebuys/Addon
Thursday, January 21st 5:00pm #7 $15,000 $80+$8 PLO
Thursday, January 21st 7:00pm #8 $50,000 $200+$15 Regular
Thursday, January 21st 8:00pm #9 $35,000 $20+$2 Rebuys/Addon
Thursday, January 21st 9:30pm #10 $15,000 $60+$3 Mega Stack Hyper
Friday, January 22nd 3:00pm #11 $15,000 $15+$1.50 6-Max 5 HR LR
Friday, January 22nd 5:00pm #12 $20,000 $40+$4 Regular
Friday, January 22nd 7:00pm #13 $30,000 $100+$9 Regular
Friday, January 22nd 8:30pm #14 $10,000 $15+$1 Mega Stack Turbo
Friday, January 22nd 9:00pm #15 $3,500 $7+$0.70 4 Max
Saturday, January 23rd 3:00pm #16 $5,000 $10+$0.50 Hyper Mega Stack
Saturday, January 23rd 5:00pm #17 $15,000 $60+$6 6 Max PLO8 KO $50 Buyin, 10 bounty
Saturday, January 23rd 7:00pm #18 $30,000 $150+$10 6-Max KO $110 Buyin, 40 Bounty
Saturday, January 23rd 8:00pm #19 $14,000 $30+$3 Regular
Saturday, January 23rd 9:00pm #20 $4,000 $10+$1 Regular
Sunday, January 24th 12:00pm #21 $10,000 $5+$0.50 5 HR LR
Sunday, January 24th 2:00pm #22 $50,000 $50+$5 5 HR LR
Sunday, January 24th 4:00pm #23 $420,000 $420+$35 Main
Sunday, January 24th 5:00pm #24 $25,000 $60+$6 PLO
Sunday, January 24th 9:00pm #25 $20,000 $100+$9 Megastack Turbo

Satellite Schedule

DIRECT SATELLITES

Date Buy-in Time (ET) Name
Wednesday, January 20th $30+$3 7:30 PM 10-Seat GTD High Five #23 $420K GTD Sat
Thursday, January 21st $30+$3 7:30 PM 10-Seat GTD High Five #23 $420K GTD Sat
Friday, January 22nd $60+$6 7:30 PM 20-Seat GTD High Five #23 $420K GTD Sat
Saturday, January 23rd $60+$6 7:30 PM 40-Seat GTD High Five #23 $420K GTD Sat
Sunday, January 24th $60+$6 1:30 PM 50-Seat GTD High Five #23 $420K GTD Sat
On Going $51+$4 9 Players  High Five #23 $420K GTD Satellite
From January 13th to January 24th $3+0.30 12:30 AM 3-Seat GTD High Five #23 $420K GTD Sat
From January 13th to January 24th $6+0.60 1:25 PM 3-Seat GTD High Five #23 $420K GTD Sat
From January 13th to January 24th $6+0.60 4:20 PM 3-Seat GTD High Five #23 $420K GTD Sat
From January 13th to January 24th  $4+0.40 6:00 PM 3-Seat GTD High Five #23 $420K GTD Sat

MEGA SATELLITES

Date Buy-in Time (ET) Name
Wednesday, January 20th $30+$3 7:30 PM 10-Seat GTD High Five #23 $420K GTD Sat
Thursday, January 21st $30+$3 7:30 PM 10-Seat GTD High Five #23 $420K GTD Sat
Friday, January 22nd $60+$6 7:30 PM 20-Seat GTD High Five #23 $420K GTD Sat
Saturday, January 23rd $60+$6 7:30 PM 40-Seat GTD High Five #23 $420K GTD Sat
Sunday, January 24th $60+$6 1:30 PM 50-Seat GTD High Five #23 $420K GTD Sat

SUPER SATELLITES

Date Buy-in Time (ET) Name
From January 13th to January 24th $0.25+0.02 12:05 AM High Five #23 Super Sat. 5 Seats GTD
From January 13th to January 24th $0.25+0.02 10:05 AM High Five #23 Super Sat. 3 Seats GTD
From January 13th to January 24th $0.25+0.02 11:05 AM High Five #23 Super Sat. 3 Seats GTD
From January 13th to January 24th $0.25+0.02 12:05 PM High Five #23 Super Sat. 3 Seats GTD
From January 13th to January 24th $0.25+0.02 1:05 PM High Five #23 Super Sat. 3 Seats GTD
From January 13th to January 24th $0.25+0.02 2:05 PM High Five #23 Super Sat. 3 Seats GTD
From January 13th to January 24th $0.25+0.02 3:05 PM High Five #23 Super Sat. 3 Seats GTD
From January 13th to January 24th $0.25+0.02 4:05 PM High Five #23 Super Sat. 5 Seats GTD
From January 13th to January 24th $0.25+0.02 5:05 PM High Five #23 Super Sat. 5 Seats GTD
From January 13th to January 24th $0.25+0.02 9:05 PM High Five #23 Super Sat. 5 Seats GTD
From January 13th to January 24th $0.25+0.02 10:05 PM High Five #23 Super Sat. 5 Seats GTD
From January 13th to January 24th $0.25+0.02 11:05 PM High Five #23 Super Sat. 5 Seats GTD

Joshua Beckley – WSOP Finalist – Bio and WSOP Final Table Strategy

Joshua Beckley is one of the November Nine WSOP members. With this title comes $1,000,000 allready and fame in the poker world like he’s never had before. He’s a 24 year old who comes from New Jersey and as you can see in his winner’s list most of his wins are from casinos in Jersey. He’s been a poker professional for only a year but being one of the youngest players, I thought it would be great to give this guy coverage.
After winning $98,000 at Parx Casino, Beckley set a trail blazing winning streak that saw not only take home over $200,000 but an additional $1,000,000 from his final table at the WSOP. With an even greater payday on the horizon, I’m sure most poker are watching in AWE at this kid. Including this years WSOP Main Event cash, he’s had a total of 5 WSOP cashes so far. It seems he’s bringing alot of zing to the poker world. What if he wins!!
Presently he’s an ambassador at America’s Cardroom and will be in some of the million dollars tourneys coming up this fall.
Here’s a youtube clip of a recent interview.

Here’s a look at his results:
14-Aug-2014 $ 1,500 + 100 No Limit Hold’em – Big Stax 1500 Parx Casino Big Stax VII, Bensalem 98,348
08-Sep-2014 $ 350 + 50 No Limit Hold’em – Deep Stack Re-Entry WPT Borgata Open, Atlantic City $ 883
09-Oct-2014 $ 500 + 50 No Limit Hold’em – Big Stax 500 Parx Casino Big Stax VIII, Bensalem $ 1,116
17-Oct-2014 $ 500 + 50 No Limit Hold’em – 6 Max Parx Casino Big Stax VIII, Bensalem $ 1,280
11-Dec-2014 $ 365 No Limit Hold’em (Event #1) WSOP Circuit – Atlantic City, Atlantic City $ 1,366
26-Dec-2014 $ 260 + 40 No Limit Hold’em – Deepstack Re-Entry Borgata Poker Deepstack Challenge, Atlantic City $ 538
13-Jan-2015 $ 500 + 60 No Limit Hold’em Borgata Million #1 WPT Borgata Winter Open, Atlantic City $ 1,145
21-Jan-2015 $ 400 + 50 No Limit Hold’em Borgata Million #15 WPT Borgata Winter Open, Atlantic City $ 984
04-Feb-2015 $ 300 + 30 No Limit Hold’em – Big Stax Parx Casino Big Stax X, Bensalem $ 53,564
20-Feb-2015 $ 1,500 + 100 No Limit Hold’em – Big Stax Parx Casino Big Stax X, Bensalem $ 33,932
23-Apr-2015 $ 1,000 + 90 No Limit Hold’em Six Max (Event #10) Borgata Spring Poker Open/WPT World Championship, Atlantic City $ 1,455
07-May-2015 $ 500 + 50 No Limit Hold’em Parx Casino Big Stax XI, Bensalem $ 3,847
31-May-2015 $ 565 No Limit Hold’em – Colossus Jr Phamous Poker Series – Goliath, Las Vegas $ 1,333
03-Jun-2015 $ 1,500 No Limit Hold’em Six Handed (Event #12) 46th World Series of Poker (WSOP) 2015, Las Vegas $ 3,276
05-Jun-2015 $ 1,500 No Limit Hold’em Millionaire Maker (Event #16) 46th World Series of Poker (WSOP) 2015, Las Vegas $ 3,928
07-Jun-2015 $ 235 No Limit Hold’em 3PM Rio Daily Deepstacks 2015, Las Vegas $ 332
11-Jun-2015 $ 1,000 Pot Limit Omaha (Event #26) 46th World Series of Poker (WSOP) 2015, Las Vegas $ 2,397
17-Jun-2015 $ 1,500 Pot Limit Omaha (Event #36) 46th World Series of Poker (WSOP) 2015, Las Vegas $ 9,802
05-Jul-2015 $ 10,000 No Limit Hold’em Main Event (Event #68) 46th World Series of Poker (WSOP) 2015, Las Vegas $ 1,001,020
12-Aug-2015 $ 350 Pot Limit Omaha (Event #17) Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open, Hollywood $ 2,705

Freebuy Super Series Coming at America’s Cardroom

America’s Cardroom will be hosting Freebuy Super Series from August 28th till Sept.6. It’s a great way to play poker with no money and really test skill and luck. The freebuy tournament basically is a rebuy/addon tournament but you get to enter for free. If you need a rebuy/addon it’s up to your luck, skill or comfort level.
The tourneys are from $500 and up to $20,000 with rebuys from .01 cent and up to $20 and include NHL and PLO games. The entry period is two hours after start time. It’s a great way to win money for nothing! If you’re looking for some great action, join America’s Cardroom for the Freebuy Super Series.

Date Time (ET) Guaranteed Event Rebuy Add on Type
Friday, August 28, 2015 5:00am $500 #1 $0.50 $0.50 NLH
Friday, August 28, 2015 11:00am $500 #2 $0.10 $0.10 NLH
Friday, August 28, 2015 3:00pm $1,500 #3 $2 $2 PLO
Friday, August 28, 2015 6:00pm $5,000 #4 $5 $5 NLH
Friday, August 28, 2015 9:00pm $3,000 #5 $3 $3 NLH
Saturday, August 29, 2015 4:00am $500 #6 $0.20 $0.20 NLH
Saturday, August 29, 2015 9:00am $500 #7 $0.05 $0.05 NLH
Saturday, August 29, 2015 2:00pm $1,750 #8 $2 $2 PLO8
Saturday, August 29, 2015 7:00pm $6,000 #9 $5 $5 NLH
Saturday, August 29, 2015 11:00pm $500 #10 $0.50 $0.50 PLO
Sunday, August 30, 2015 4:00am $500 #11 $0.10 $0.10 NLH
Sunday, August 30, 2015 8:00am $1,000 #12 $0.25 $0.25 NLH
Sunday, August 30, 2015 12:00pm $2,000 #13 $2 $2 PLO
Sunday, August 30, 2015 3:00pm $5,000 #14 $3 $3 NLH
Sunday, August 30, 2015 6:00pm $2,000 #15 $2 $2 PLO8
Sunday, August 30, 2015 8:00pm $8,000 #16 $5 $5 NLH
Monday, August 31, 2015 1:00am $1,000 #17 $0.50 $0.50 NLH
Monday, August 31, 2015 9:00am $500 #18 $0.01 $0.01 NLH
Monday, August 31, 2015 1:00pm $2,500 #19 $2 $2 NLH
Monday, August 31, 2015 6:00pm $5,000 #20 $4 $4 NLH
Monday, August 31, 2015 11:00pm $750 #21 $0.25 $0.25 PLO
Tuesday, September 1, 2015 4:00am $1,000 #22 $0.20 $0.20 NLH
Tuesday, September 1, 2015 10:00am $1,000 #23 $0.50 $0.50 NLH
Tuesday, September 1, 2015 12:00pm $2,000 #24 $4 $4 PLO8
Tuesday, September 1, 2015 6:00pm $6,000 #25 $6 $6 NLH
Tuesday, September 1, 2015 9:00pm $1,000 #26 $1 $1 NLH
Wednesday, September 2, 2015 1:00am $500 #27 $0.25 $0.25 NLH
Wednesday, September 2, 2015 5:00am $1,000 #28 $0.50 $0.50 NLH
Wednesday, September 2, 2015 10:00am $1,000 #29 $0.50 $0.50 PLO8
Wednesday, September 2, 2015 1:00pm $4,000 #30 $3 $3 NLH
Wednesday, September 2, 2015 4:00pm $1,000 #31 $0.50 $0.50 PLO
Wednesday, September 2, 2015 7:00pm $3,000 #32 $2 $2 NLH
Thursday, September 3, 2015 12:00am $500 #33 $0.20 $0.20 NLH
Thursday, September 3, 2015 6:00am $1,000 #34 $0.50 $0.50 NLH
Thursday, September 3, 2015 10:00am $500 #35 $0.05 $0.05 NLH
Thursday, September 3, 2015 1:00pm $3,000 #36 $2 $2 PLO8
Thursday, September 3, 2015 5:00pm $2,000 #37 $1 $1 NLH
Thursday, September 3, 2015 8:00pm $6,000 #38 $5 $5 NLH
Friday, September 4, 2015 1:00am $1,000 #39 $2 $2 NLH
Friday, September 4, 2015 5:00am $1,000 #40 $0.50 $0.50 NLH
Friday, September 4, 2015 9:00am $1,500 #41 $1 $1 NLH
Friday, September 4, 2015 2:00pm $5,000 #42 $4 $4 NLH
Friday, September 4, 2015 6:00pm $1,000 #43 $0.50 $0.50 PLO8
Friday, September 4, 2015 8:00pm $4,000 #44 $5 $5 PLO
Saturday, September 5, 2015 2:00am $3,000 #45 $3 $3 NLH
Saturday, September 5, 2015 6:00am $500 #46 $0.10 $0.10 NLH
Saturday, September 5, 2015 9:00am $4,000 #47 $3 $3 NLH
Saturday, September 5, 2015 1:00pm $7,000 #48 $6 $6 NLH
Saturday, September 5, 2015 4:00pm $3,500 #49 $3 $3 PLO8
Saturday, September 5, 2015 7:00pm $4,000 #50 $5 $5 PLO
Saturday, September 5, 2015 11:00pm $1,000 #51 $1 $1 NLH
Sunday, September 6, 2015 3:00am $1,000 #52 $0.50 $0.50 NLH
Sunday, September 6, 2015 8:00am $5,000 #53 $4 $4 NLH
Sunday, September 6, 2015 1:00pm $2,000 #54 $1 $1 PLO
Sunday, September 6, 2015 5:30pm $20,000 #55 $20 $20 NLH
Sunday, September 6, 2015 8:00pm $2,000 #56 $1 $1 PLO8
Sunday, September 6, 2015 11:00pm $1,000 #57 $1 $1 NLH

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America’s Cardroom Finishes Sunday Million Dollar Tournament

Sunday August 2nd marked another Million Dollar Tourney at America’s Cardroom. One of the largest for online American poker sites that accept US players. Grand prize was $200,000 followed by $109,000 for 2nd. Buy-in was $500. The tournament itself lasted greater than 16 hours which is a long time and requires ultimate discipline to be on your toes that long sitting at a computer.
It was major success for America’s Cardroom . Previous attempts had been plagued with overloaded servers literally crashing the site and all tournaments. America’s Cardroom has planned for the fall 5 Million dollar tourneys coming your way. Get in on the action at America’s Cardroom.

America’s Cardroom is Really Becoming The Next Big Thing

It’s been around for over decade. It started as Doyle’s Room, in reference to the great poker player Doyle Brunson. And for a long time was a more or less struggling poker site. But things have changed.
If you go to any poker forum, you’ll see much written over the years about America’s Cardroom and ddos attacks leaving players stranded in the middle of a tournament. That’s right all your chips whether up or down stopped. Yes you get a refund but your game was what really mattered. Even as recently as December when they had a million dollar tourney, that whole week of the Online Super Series was an incredibly unbearable period for players with disconnections and such totally ruining players motivations. But for one reason players kept coming back. For one it’s one of the few cardrooms that takes American players. I read of players who live in the states and play at Pokerstars or Carbon but not sure how they get around it maybe grandfathered in who knows . But for new players American cardroom is the answer and it’s one of the largest poker sites with a variety of games from freerolls to $100 , $15,000 tournaments everyday.
The variety of games is cool. It’s mostly no limit but has some Pot Luck Omaha as well. There are rebuy/addon tournaments and satellites to almost all of their tourneys. There’s in fact a satellite to the WSOP, how cool is that! And Sunday they’ve added these great tournaments $25,000 for a $15 entry fee and a $3000 for only a dollar it doesn’t get any better. But be warned these two tourneys attract many players and they go for a much longer period of time as a results. Make sure you have 12 hours for these tourneys! And you can enter any tourney for a penny.
Get To the WSOP or Any Poker Tourney for a Penny
Everytime you go to register, a popup appears that has a slots games where you can bet to win a free entry and use from 1cent and up to a dollar for a spin. So theoretically, you can enter even the monthly $100,000 for only a penny. It will probably take more than one cent but then it might be your lucky day.
And they’ve seemed to beef up their servers so there’s less disconnections if at all . The site is running much more smoothly than ever before. So maybe just maybe America’s Cardroom is really The Next Big Thing.

The Cage Poker Tournament at America’s Cardroom – A Big Success in the Poker World

The first time based poker tournament at America’s Cardroom was a big success. 66 poker players qualified either through the $5000 buy-in or through satellite wins as low as $1.50. On the table was $330,000. The success of the tournament came as a big surprise. The original jackpot estimate was $250,000 but in the final hours leading up to the tournament more than 27 players joined bringing the pot to $330,000. The winner at the conclusion of the three hour tournament was bik6624235 who won with a full house. His take home for the event was nearly $30,000. Winners get a free bank wire.

America’s Cardroom saw a mixture of successful players and newbies. Some surprises were Kenyantrackstar and Common Joe Jug who were knocked out. They have won consistently in big money tournaments in the past.

The Cage will be back in November. Satellites are underway now at America’s Cardroom.

America’s Cardroom Online Super Series

The Online super Series,OSS, concluded with a batch of new winners. It’s America’s Cardroom’s leading online poker series with 63 events spread over a little more than a week.
Highlights of this year’s OSS included Event 59 High Roller Tourney. Though originally a $50,000 pool tourney, the prize pool jumped ot over $125,000. It was won by player livegrind who took home over $27,000.
Another highlight was the Main Event $200,000. Comon-Joe-Jug was the winner after a headsup with Cartasdevida. The winner took home over $28,000 with the second place finisher getting over $23,000.
There were a total of 63 poker tourneys and this tourney has added to America’s Cardroom rep as a premier online poker destination.

Carter Gil Wins LSOP with $175,000 Victory

The LSOP is coming into its own revolutionizing the poker tournament world. The first day is scattered across Latin America weeding out winners and giving players a break. They start in the money by the time of Day 2 , after getting vacations, buying plane tickets and hotel rooms.
The winner of this year’s LSOP is Carter Gil who won over $175,000 after recently winning over $200,000 at the LAPT in Uruguay in November. He cruised to his victory with an Ace King vs Ace 7 held by Raz Alon.
The LSOP is allready holding satellite tourney’s at America’s Cardroom. The buy-in is $50 for a shot at this great tourney. The next LSOP will be in September 2014.
The following is the winner’s list of the LSOP:
1 Carter Gill $175,070
2 Raz Alon $100,600
3 Maziar Keshavarzi $75,675
4 Leonardo Tarazona $57,250
5 Nacho Barbero $43,625
6 Francis Cruz $33,950
7 Adam Reynolds $26,190
8 Oscar Ortiz $20,370
9 Guillermo Echevarria $16,490
Also the LSOP had a High Roller Event with winners as follows:
1 Santiago Nadal Mexico $67,793.00
2 Jeiko Palma Panama $42,370.00
3 Richard Taraska USA $27,750.00
4 Carlos Garcia Colombia $20,125.00
5 Eduardo Bernal Colombia $14,830.00
6 Felipe Morbiducci Chile $11,650.00
7 Luis Melo Rein Venezuela $10,170.00
8 Valerio Varela Venezuela $9,110.00
9 Luis Arboleda Coella Ecuador $8,050.00

Freerolls On Demand – a New Way Play and Learn Online Tournament Poker

America’s Cardroom has created a new way to learn and play poker with Freerolls on Demand. A freeroll tournament is free to enter and you get points that can be used to enter real money tournaments. What America’s Cardroom has created is a innovative way to learn and play online No Limit Holdem Tournaments.
It’s very simple to play all thats needed is to sign up and look for the tab called TOURNEY at the top of the page. Click it and it will bring all the tourneys that are going on now and coming up over the next several days including the Freerolls. Click that and see all the Freerolls that are available to register for and you’re off and running.
The Freerolls at America’s Cardroom are running 24/7 and start when there are at least 270 players. Once this happens the tourney begins. Every player starts with 1500 chips and the rest is all up to you. Freerolls have always been a great way to test new strategies, assess player behaviour. For instance if someone goes ALL-IN you might want to fold or you might not if you know your hand is stronger.You can also assess your own playing strategy. For example I have a strategy where I wait for the first three cards to come up before I fold or call. This is too tempting to continue and lose more money sometimes. And so I came up with a tighter first two cards must be pairs strategy which means I fold more often but I keep my chips. This strategy is mostly looking for pairs to win. It works most of the time but I’ll never forget having a pair of Kings that lost . You’ll also see that poker is really a game of chance too.
Try as much as possible to hedge your bets, you’ll see nothing works 100% all the time. But you will find ways to keep a heads up in the game. Freerolls on demand at America’s Cardroom are really the best. If you sat on the sidelines of poker tournaments not wanting to get your feet wet, at America’s Cardroom, you’ll find a way to get and hold an edge.

Latin American Series of Poker – A New Direction for Poker Tournaments

The Latin Series of Poker has brought a new way to play poker tournaments. It’s revolutionized poker tourneys at land based tournaments but could also bring a new way to play online poker tourneys as well. The basis of the LSOP is that Day 1 tourneys are spread out over several days in several locations across Latin America. This is a great benefit to most of the players.
Most people are working jobs and can’t afford to take time off to plan a vacation and enter a poker tournament on top of that with a buy-in that may or may not be recovered. The LSOP solves that by having a buy-in on Day 1 at scattered locations over several days. And if you’re in the money on Day 1 , you have more motivation to take that vacation as well as time to place a vacation request at a job. These factors help to make the LSOP more accessible for more players giving it broader access .
The LSOP structure will probably equate with more people buying in and larger pots. Last year the pot was GTD $500,000 tournament and this year it’s $1,000,000 GTD tournament. The lesson to learn is that lower buy-ins and more convenient access will ultimately equal larger pools and more coverage and ultimately a more successful poker tournament.
Many of today’s larger tournaments don’t need this kind of exposure because they allready have it. The WSOP is a prime example. But for those who want to create a new tournament, for example Africa doesn’t have a major poker tournament I can think of. And even some of the individual Latin American countries might want their own poker tournament. This method of Day 1 tournaments can also work well online.
Many online poker rooms allready have tournaments with very low buy-ins and huge paydays. All this goes on very quietly without much attention. It only comes to the attention of the public when players talk of their history and reveal they are allready and online poker millionaire. But conceivably, this method could be used to create a super online poker series with a huge multimillion dollar guarantee perhaps even larger than the WSOP.
This larger than ever before GTD tournament can happen. There are so many poker players across the globe. All the online poker rooms need to bring this together and bring all their players and promote the hell out of this tourney and you will GTD tourneys larger than anything you could ever imagine. This is the power of internet.

America’s Cardroom to Accept Bitcoin for Deposit and Withdrawal

America’s Cardroom is set to become the first online poker room to accept the bitcoin for deposit and withdrawal options. Other methods will still be available for deposit and withdrawal. When depositing via bitcoin the currency with be changed over to USD. Deposits will start between $5-$1000
This is likely to increase the membership base several times over as many players would love to use the bitcoin for poker. It will certainly attract attention.
The bitcoin has been in the news alot lately over acceptability and exchange rate. More places are accepting the bitcoin for payment and bitcoins are increasing in value on the money exchange where it’s accepted. China though has limited its use and there’s concern of money laundering through use of the bitcoin.
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