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Americas Cardroom Brings Back Venom Online Poker Tournament In January With $8 Million Guarantee

Win Your Seat At A Discount With Venom Fever Running Every Day


Americas Cardroom is bringing back their popular Venom event this January, and this time they are going even bigger with a massive $8 million guarantee.

The $2,650 buy-in online poker event features four starting flights, and runs for four days before crowning a champion.

In August, ACR hosted a $7 million guarantee edition of Venom, with 3,872 entries eventually pushing the prize pool to $9.68 million. In the end, the winner took home a payout of $1,542,024!

Check out the schedule below:

Day 1A: Friday, Jan. 22 1 p.m. ET
Day 1B: Sunday, Jan. 24 1 p.m. ET
Day 1C: Friday, Jan. 29 1 p.m. ET
Day 1D: Sunday, Jan. 31 1 p.m. ET
Day 2: Monday, Feb. 1 1 p.m. ET
Day 3: Tuesday, Feb. 2 1 p.m. ET
Day 4: Wednesday, Feb. 3 1 p.m. ET

If the $2,650 buy-in is too much for your current bankroll, that doesn’t mean you have to miss out on this event. ACR has made it easier than ever to win your seat with numerous satellite and qualifier options.

Players can utilize Venom Blitz Steps, which are fast-paced satellites that start at just $0.11, or get a step ticket for free from the site’s seven daily freerolls. You can start at the beginning, or buy in to a higher level, but once you finish level 9, the Venom ticket is yours.

There’s also Venom Fever, where ACR has guaranteed hundreds of seats via daily satellites. Buy-ins are as low as $30 and allow players a chance at a Venom ticket at least four times each day.

If you have not yet joined Americas Cardroom, here is one more reason why you should sign-up today:

New depositors can benefit from the generous 100 percent match bonus, up to $1,000. Deposit with crypto and your bonus is 200 percent, up to $500.

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



over 1 year ago

Poker in the USA is more developed, as in finland, although Finnish players are considered to be top poker players as well.