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

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May/18/2018

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.

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