Americas Cardroom’s tournament lineup gets more exciting with the upcoming $5 Million Venom

Americas Cardroom (ACR) is outdoing itself with the upcoming $5 Million Venom tournament on July 16th. It is the largest tournament the site has ever held and this is your chance to be a part of history. Looking over the site’s calendar of events and tournaments, though, it certainly isn’t the only excitement on tap. ACR awards more than $3.8 million each week across a variety of tournaments, always giving something to poker fans of all levels.

The upcoming $5 Million Venom is unique because it’s the largest tournament ever offered by any US-facing poker site. It is attracting a huge field already and, with $1 million in guaranteed cash waiting to be awarded to whoever finishes in first place, poker players are anxious for the big day to arrive.

In addition to the $5 Million Venom, there are plenty of other huge opportunities on ACR for some real cash. Have a look at these big weekly tourneys:

$200K GTD ($1,050 buy-in) every Sunday at 2pm ET

$125K GTD Sunday Special ($215 buy-in) every Sunday at 2:30pm ET

$70K GTD ($1,050 buy-in) every Tuesday at 6pm ET

$20K to $50K GTD Daily High Roller ($530 buy-in) Times vary

The $5 Million Venom is ready to take online poker to a whole new level and you could become an instant millionaire. ACR makes it easy to pick up a seat for free, offering its step tournaments and plenty of daily satellites. There’s no excuse to not participate in the largest tournament of the year! For all the details on the $5 Million Venom, check out https://www.americascardroom.eu/online-poker-promotions/5-million-venom/.

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