$2.50 Buy-In Online Poker Tournament for $100,000 GTD PKO Announced

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Ace King
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$2.50 doesn't get you much these days, but at Americas Cardroom it can get you a piece of the $100,000 GTD PKO.

The popular online poker site will be running their biggest micro-stakes tourney in the company's two decade history this February (2023)!

No bankroll? No problem. This is your opportunity to score big.

Billed as The Dream Tournament, it features the miniscule $2.50 buy-in while a guaranteed 1,70 players will finish in the money.

Oodles of opportunities to make Day 2 (22 Day 1 flights) and an opportunity to win your $2.50 buy-in for just $0.11 via Blitz Satellites.


Dates you need to know:

• Daily Day 1 Flights from February 5th-26th.
• Day 2 on Sunday, February 26th.
• Final Table on Monday, February 27th

Two Added Events:

We’re putting up two more high value PKO tourneys on Day 2 of The Dream Tournament for you to multi-table. They are a $75,000 ($16.50 buy-in) and $15,000 ($2.50 buy-in) GTD on Sunday, February 26th.

The full schedule will be coming soon and available here.

Venom Tournaments Continue

Americas Cardroom epic Venom Tournaments run four times a year and are marquee events with prize pools getting progressively better every single time.

First place gets $1 million, guaranteed. And no matter where you finish, you’re guaranteed an unforgettable online poker experience.

While the Venom runs only four times a year, Americas Cardroom does have huge tourney action happening every Sunday! Besides Sunday Majors that feature $100,000 or more in guarantees, you’ll find a number of other tournaments dotting the Sunday schedule with impressive guarantees, including a $50,000, $60,000 and $80,000 GTD.

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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