$160k Added to Sit & Crush Rake Race on Americas Cardroom

Written by:
Published on:

We’ve got a massive promotion underway here at Americas Cardroom for our tournament, Sit & Go, and Jackpot Poker players.  From May 5th - June 1st, we’re adding $40,000 into our Sit & Crush weekly progressive points race ($160,000 total), rewarding huge extra cash to our top 60 finishers every 7 days.

To earn points in our Sit & Crush race, all you have to do is play any Sit & Go, Jackpot Poker game, or On Demand tournament and you’ll automatically be entered on the leaderboard at no additional cost to you. 

Throughout the length of this 4-week promotion*, which we’ve dubbed “On Demands are In Demand”, you’ll earn double points by pre-registering and playing any On Demand Tournament available in the TOURNEY lobby (you must be pre-registered before the On Demand tourney starts to earn double points).

The extra cash will be added for each of the 4 races that run between May 5th and June 1st.  The top 60 finishers on the leaderboard each walk away with extra dough.  The top 20 spots make an extra $1k apiece weekly, and the next 40 spots walk away with an extra $500 weekly.

Basically, if you focus strictly on On Demand Tournaments, you’ll have a really good chance to take home some extra dough.  On Demand Tournaments are in freezeout/turbo format, have 15 minutes of late-registration, and take an average of 1.5 hours to play.  Buy-ins range from $5 to $100.

Are you ready to get your grind on?  With a potential to make an extra $1k a week, the only place to play this month is on Americas Cardroom.

*Weekly races are from May 5th-11th, May 12th-18th, May 19th-25th and May 26th - June 1st.

Poker News

'Most Hated' Poker Player Chris Ferguson Looks for 7th WSOP Bracelet

'Most Hated' Poker Player Chris Ferguson Looks for 7th WSOP Bracelet

Plus Shaun Deeb's biggest money win ever as he walks away with $1,402,683.

Eric Baldwin Wins $1500 No Limit Hold’em, Robert Peacock Wins Double Stack

Eric Baldwin Wins $1500 No Limit Hold’em, Robert Peacock Wins Double Stack

33-year-old Robert Peacock won the $1000 No Limit Hold’em Double Stack, his first bracelet and first bracelet and $644,224.

Virtue Poker News

Virtue Poker News

Gambling911.com has your latest news related to Virtue Poker.  This site has many of the biggest names in poker as site ambassadors.  Using the Ethereum blockchain and smart contracts to build a decentralized poker platform, Virtue Poker has trust and transparency built in, the site claims.

Crypto Hedge Fund Pays Investors' $10,000 WSOP Buy-In Fees

Crypto hedge fund Pantera Capital says it will reward seven existing investors with free tickets it received to the 49th Annual World Series of Poker in Las Vegas. 

Michael Mizrachi Wins 50K Poker Players Championship 2018

On Tuesday evening, Michael Mizrachi made World Series of Poker history in addition to winning $1,239,126.