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Million Dollar Jackpots Now Live at Americas Cardroom

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Published on:
Jan/27/2017

It’s not every day you can instantly find yourself playing in a 3-person Hyper Turbo Sit & Go with a $1,000,000 prize pool for an investment of less than a buck.  But for a limited time only, US-facing site Americas Cardroom is offering their players precisely that.

Americas Cardroom has just launched their Million Dollar Jackpots promotion, offering a top prize that’s 10 times bigger than their standard Jackpot Poker games.  Traditionally, players could win anywhere between 2 and 2,500 times their initial buy-in with a top prize of $100,000.  Million Dollar Jackpots offers a $1,000,000 top prize with buy-in amounts of $0.69, $6.90, and $69 (putting players of all means in a “position” to participate).

Jackpot Poker (also known as lottery Sit & Go’s), have become extremely popular with players over the last couple years.  Prize pools are randomly determined before each game starts, and players all begin with 500 chips with blinds increasing every 3 minutes.  As the average time to play is just 7 minutes long, it’s great for players looking to get their poker fix without having to spend the time to play a traditional Sit & Go, cash game, or multi-table tournament.

The Million Dollar Jackpots promotion is just the latest in a string of offerings that Americas Cardroom has put together. Coming off a stellar 2016 where their network (the Winning Poker Network) found themselves consistently ranked in the world’s top-10 in traffic, they are keeping the momentum going.

They’ve just launched a new tournament schedule guaranteeing $500k more in weekly prize pools. Their new Sit & Go 2.0 and mobile products are scheduled to hit the online poker world in the months to come.

If you’re going to play Jackpot Poker, Americas Cardroom is now definitely the top choice. But hurry; with a Million Dollars on the line, they won’t be around for long.

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