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Americas Cardroom Hits Players with Triple Thrills in $5.7 Million OSS Cub3d

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Mar/30/2017

San Jose, Costa Rica –  Get ready to watch an online poker site flop the ultimate set. Americas Cardroom has announced the return of its highly successful OSS Cub3d tournament series (April 9th-May 7th). The 3-part series includes $5.7 million in guaranteed prize money, Punta Cana Poker Classic prize packages, and six sterling silver bracelets.

“The big one is back and we can’t wait to see how massive the OSS Cub3d gets,” stated Michael Harris, spokesperson for Americas Cardroom. “Whether you experienced our inaugural OSS Cub3d last summer or you’re new to the ACR community, you’re going to love what’s on the table.”

The OSS Cub3d is a 3-part online poker series made up of the MOSS (Mini Online Super Series from April 9th to 16th), OSS (Online Super Series from April 19th to 30th), and BOSS (Bigger Online Super Series from May 3rd to 7th). Buy-ins start as low as $0.06 and climb all the way to $5,100.

The series features three Main Events and the winners will each receive a commemorative sterling silver bracelet. While players can look forward to big prize pools in all events thanks to their booming poker community, the April 30th Million Dollar Sunday will undoubtedly be the biggest event with $1 million in guaranteed prize money. The last three Million Dollar Sundays had final prize pools exceeding the $1 million.

While the MOSS, OSS, and BOSS will appeal to those will varying bankroll sizes, players are encouraged to play in as many events as possible for a chance to head to paradise. The top-3 leaderboard point earners will each win a $4,900 Punta Cana Poker Classic prize package, plus a sterling silver bracelet.

It’s not just the OSS Cub3d that players should be excited about. Americas Cardroom recently added Sit & Go 2.0 to its lineup of thrilling online poker options. The new concept reimagines Sit & Go prize pools and payout schedules, inviting players to determine it all before the first flop.

Full details on the OSS Cub3d, including the schedule, can be found at AmericasCardroom.eu.

About Americas Cardroom
Americas Cardroom joined the Winning Poker Network in 2011. The Winning Poker Network has one of the longest and trusted online names in the industry and has been in existence since 2001. Americas Cardroom accepts players from the US market and the rest of the world. Rated first place for payment processing and cashout reliability repeatedly over the last few years, Americas Cardroom offers outstanding customer service and a friendly environment for all poker players around the world.

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