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$1 Million First Place Prize Online Tournament Venom Returns at ACR

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Jun/25/2019

We're not talking a $1 million cash prize pool here.  This is your chance to win $1 million all to yourself with the upcoming $1 Million Venom online poker tournament, the first of its kind. 


*Up to $1000 signup bonus
*Free play available
*Participate in the $5 million guaranteed tournament
*$2,650 buy-in or qualify for online satellites and get in free
*Six Plus Holdem now available
*Get a shot of the $100,000 with Jackpot Poker
*Compatible on your mobile device
*Downloads not necessary - upgraded website as of June 1, 2019
LEARN MORE HERE

THE VENOM TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE

    Day 1A: Sunday July 14th at 1pm ET (12 hours of play)
    Day 1B: Tuesday, July 16th at 1pm ET (12 hours of play)
    Day 1C: Sunday, July 21st at 1pm ET (12 hours of play)
    Day 2: Monday, July 22nd at 1pm ET (12 hours of play or down to final 8 players)
    Day 3 (if needed): Tuesday, July 23rd at 1pm ET (Play down to the final table)
    Day 4: Wednesday, July 24th at 5pm ET (Final Table plays until tournament is over)


CEO PHIL NAGY DISCUSSES VENOM ABOVE

The Highlights

    $5 Million guaranteed, $1 million for first place!
    $2,650 buy-in
    Win your seat for free via our Step Tournaments now running 24/7
    Satellites and Mega Satellites running leading up to the event

Looking for more information? The $5 Million Venom is now posted in the Americas Cardroom poker client along with a schedule of satellites. Login to check it out today!

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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