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BabyBowser Wins $1.5 Million and Change in $10 Million Venom

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Aug/05/2021

Americas Cardroom's popular Venom Tournament now his its newest millionaire.....two actually.

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The site offered congratulations to BabyBowser, with his first place prize a whopping $1,514,000!

He won his share of the $10 Million Venom.  But second place paid a sweet $1,015,200 to one sw33ney.

A handful of Venom tournaments are now held throughout the year, each paying at least $1 million.  Americas Cardroom's $10 Million Venom was its biggest tournament to date. Qualifiers pay as little as $0.  It was not immediately known how much either player paid to enter the tournament.

Americas Cardroom had previously set a Guinness World Record after their inaugural $5 Million Venom. And in total, they have crowned 5 millionaires in just 4 Venom Holdem tourneys.  This is the first time a second place finish paid more than $1 million.

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

 

 

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