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ACR Brings Back The High Five Tournament Series

by Card Player News Team |  Published: Nov 13, '17


If you’re hoping to get high this November, you’ll want to fire up your computer and log on to Americas Cardroom. That’s because the site is hosting its widely popular High Five tournament series from Nov. 22-26.

The High Five has five added tournaments for five days straight. It all adds up to more than $1.4 million in guaranteed prize pools. Prepare to smoke your opponents in both no-limit hold’em and pot-limit Omaha events. You can also expect to find all your favorite game structures including regular, knockout, rebuy, four-max, and mega stack hyper turbo tournaments.

Mark your calendar now for the monumental $420,000 guaranteed main event, which kicks off at 4:20 p.m. ET on Nov. 26. Although the tourney has a $420+$30 buy-in, you’ll find plenty of satellites on the backburner. And if you win the main event, you’ll get more than just a lot of green. You’ll also take home an engraved sterling silver bracelet that will let everyone know you smoked the High Five!

Your buzz is about to get even more intense since Americas Cardroom will be doubling all BIG 10 tournament guarantees during the series. That’s on top of the $1.4 million GTD. Plus, you can count on “courtesy breaks” at 4:20 p.m. ET every day, in case you need to check in with your buds.

If you have not yet joined Americas Cardroom but are looking to play, here three additional reasons why you should sign-up today:

1) New depositors can benefit from the generous 100 percent match bonus, up to $1,000.
2) Deposit and practice your game in four separate $250 New Depositor Freerolls.
3) Earn up to 20 Days of Free Jackpot Poker (fast-paced, 3-max player sit-and go’s).

Why wait? Sign-up, use code CPNEW to make your initial deposit, and claim your bonuses today.

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