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The OSS CUB3D ENCORE $20 Million GTD to Take Place Sept.04th-26th

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Sep/01/2022

Americas Cardroom, a long time sponsor of the Gambling911.com website dating back to 2006, continues to up the ante.  This time they are delivering the OSS CUB3D ENCORE with $20 Million GTD.  What makes this tournament special is that Americas Cardroom has already delivered its OSS CUB3D tournament for the summer.  This is an ENCORE event.

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This event will take place Sept.04th-26th.

Included is a $1 Million Main Event on Sunday, September 18th ($630 buy-in) and September 25th ($2,650 buy-in). There are also three big multi-flight tourneys.

The OSS Cub3d is Americas Cardroom's famous 3-part tournament series that typically last four weeks just as this one will.

The tournament features three multi-flight tourneys ($2.5 Million, $1 Million, $250k), plus an additional two $1 Million Main Events and a $500k Main Event.  It is designed with all types of players in mind, featuring a wide range of small, medium and large buy-ins.

To see the full schedule and if you would like to play go here.

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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