$1,000,000 GTD Online Poker Tourneys Unveiled

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Sep/07/2018
  • Million Dollar Sundays Tourneys on September 9th and 16th at 1pm ET
  • $320 buy-in nightly satellites
  • Also qualify with a penny using the Spin to Get IN feature

Americas Cardroom has announced two huge tournaments that have been added to the September schedule, each guaranteeing a cool $1,000,000.  The buy-in is a mere $2500 +$150 and is especially geared for high stakes poker players, though all are welcome to take part.

$320 nightly buy-ins are also available at 7:45 pm ET.

These tournaments will take place Sunday, September 9th and 16th!  High demand could mean these online poker tournaments become a permanent fixture.

Regularly scheduled satellites for the Million Dollar Sunday Encore run daily.  The Spin to Get IN feature at Americas Cardroom can get you into these tournaments for just a penny. 

CHECK IT OUT HERE

Ace King, Gambling911.com

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