Smoke the Competition in ACR’s High Five Tournament Series

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Nov/16/2017

You’ve piped up and asked for another tournament series, so we’re going to deliver in a big way! The High Five Tournament Series returns from November 22nd to November 26th on Americas Cardroom! For 5 straight days we’re adding 5 action-packed tournaments with a combine total of over  $1,400,000 in guaranteed prize pools!

Our tournament staff made a joint decision to bring you all types of structures you enjoy. They include regular, rebuy/add-on, turbos and mega stack hyper turbos, and knockouts.  Game types include NL Texas hold’em, and Pot Limit Omaha.

The series comes to a head with a $420+$30 buy-in $420,000 Main Event!  In the interest of keeping with all things 420, every day throughout the series we’ll take a 10 minute “courtesy break” at 4:20 pm ET so players can take a breather (so to speak).

High Five series highlights:

The 5 daily tournaments we’ve cooked up for the series are over and above our other themed tournaments that make our weekly schedule bigger and better than ever.

High Five Sterling Silver Award Bracelet

As an online poker player, you often don’t get the recognition that you deserve. That’s about to change in a big way!

If you win the High Five Main Event ($420,000 GTD), Americas Cardroom will ship to you a sterling silver bracelet engraved with your achievement!

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