Call it a slightly early Christmas present or a post-Thanksgiving reason to be extra thankful. Americas Cardroom today announced OSS VIII, a 78-event online tournament series featuring more than $3.1 million in guaranteed prize money. The series runs from Wednesday, December 7th through Sunday, December 18th and concludes with ACR’s next $1 million guaranteed tournament.
“Here we go again with another Online Super Series, bigger and better than ever,” stated Americas Cardroom spokesperson Michael Harris. “We’ve packed $3.1 million in guaranteed prize money into 12 days of non-stop poker action, but we anticipate final prize pools totaling way over that. No matter what happens, it’s going to be our biggest Online Super Series ever and an amazing way to close out the year.”
OSS VIII comes just three months after the last Online Super Series. Starting in late August, Americas Cardroom sandwiched an Online Super Series into the OSS Cub3d, a $4.5 million poker tournament series that started with a Mini Online Super Series (MOSS) and ended with a Bigger Online Super Series (BOSS).
While the last OSS featured $2.5 million guaranteed in prize money, Americas Cardroom is going all in by putting up more than $3.1 million this time around. It’s the biggest Online Super Series in the US-facing online poker site’s history.
OSS VIII also includes the next installment of the Million Dollar Sunday. The $1 million Guaranteed tournament has become a staple at Americas Cardroom. After a series of 6-figure overlays, the last two Million Dollar Sunday tournaments have exceeded their guarantees.
In addition to the $1 million guarantee, players will find 77 other big events, including two $100K GTDs, a $250K GTD and a $500K GTD. Players can choose from No Limit Hold’em, Pot Limit Omaha, The Cage, and a variety of formats including Turbos, Superstacks, Knockouts, and more. Buy-ins run as low as $1+0.10, making it one of Americas Cardroom’s most affordable tournament series yet.
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