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The Sunday Special Pot Limit Omaha at America's Card Room

Written by:
Payton
Published on:
Oct/20/2021

Pot Limit Omaha gets some much-deserved attention at America's Cardroom with the weekly Sunday Special PLO at 2:30pm ET.  With a $35,000 GTD prize pool and affordable $200+15 buy-in, this is a must-play event for every Pot Limit Omaha fan.

 You can buy your seat directly or take advantage of our many satellites.

How to Play the Sunday Special PLO

To play in the Sunday Special PLO, launch the poker client, click the Tourney tab, click the Guaranteed tab, click the High tab, and then look for the tournament by name.

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When you find the Sunday Special PLO, double click on it to visit the tournament lobby.  Next, click on the red Register button to buy your seat directly or browse the list of satellites that feed into the Sunday Special PLO.

Get a 100% Bonus up to $2000 on your First Deposit at America's Cardroom

 

Other Similar Events

The Sunday Special PLO is just one part of our busy Sunday schedule.  Check out our $125,000 GTD Sunday Special and $150,000 GTD Warm Up, which are both Texas Hold’em tournament.  Of course, you can find Pot Limit Omaha events every day of the week.

Got questions about the Sunday Special PLO? Contact Customer Support for help.

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