Americas Cardroom gears up for Mini Online Super Series this summer

May 31, 2023
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The tournament series will offer players $6.4m in guaranteed prize pools.

Americas Cardroom (ACR) has announced the upcoming launch of its Mini Online Super Series (MOSS). Players can get in on the action starting June 4. The tournament will run until June 26.

MOSS features more than 145 events that includes $6.4m in guaranteed prize pools. The small-stakes series will kick off with the first of five Day 1’s on June 4 for the $1m GTD Main Event.

Players can compete in that event for a $109 buy-in.

ACR said in an official statement, “The series sometimes runs as the first leg of the 3-part OSS Cub3d and other times as a standalone version, like now. However, the MOSS is always a player-favorite by offering big prize pools for affordable buy-ins.”

Players can buy in for the Dream Tournament for as low as $2.50 to compete for a $100,000 guarantee prize pool. Other highlighted events include the $250,000 GTD Multi-flight tourney and the first-ever Mystery Bounty event with a $500,000 guaranteed pool. Players can buy in for those tournaments for $55 and $22 respectively.

The Mystery Bounty event will award one lucky player a $50,000 prize.

ACR Team Pro Chris Moneymaker discussed the group’s success with other tournaments and said ACR expects nothing less during MOSS.

He said, “We’re just finishing our biggest-ever tourney series ($40m GTD OSS), and we’re keeping the momentum going. The Mini Online Super Series is the best way for players to win big with little risk.”

Americas Cardroom has been part of the Winning Poker Network since 2011. The group provides a safe and friendly poker scene for players around the globe.


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