Following the success of the Mini Online Super Series and the Online Super Series IX, the Bigger Online Super Series starts today at Americas Cardroom.
It has been an incredible few weeks at Americas Cardroom. First the site´s Mini Online Super Series smashed its tournament guarantees by more than 50%, and then last weekend´s Million Dollar Sunday – the highlight of the Online Super Series IX – paid out a prize pool of $1,372,000.
Now it is the turn of the high-rollers to take centre-stage as the Bigger Online Super Series (BOSS) gets underway – a series comprising of sixteen tournaments and a $5,100 buy-in “Cage” event, guaranteeing more than $2 million in prize money and likely to pay out a lot more!
Compared to most online poker tournament series, every event in BOSS is a highlight. The series starts today with two tournaments guaranteeing $100,000 and the “Cage” event – a five-hour cash game with an increasing blind structure every hour.
Tomorrow there is a further $100,000 guaranteed tournament plus a PL Omaha Hi/Lo event with a $25,000 guaranteed prize pool. The evening is completed by a further valuable NL Hold´em tournament with the relatively modest buy-in of $215.00.
Friday´s action starts with two NL Hold´em tournaments guaranteeing $50,000 and $75,000 respectively before the night´s feature event – a $1,050 Super Knockout event in which $500 goes towards the prize pool (guaranteed for $50,000) and the other $500 is a bounty on each player´s head.
Four tournaments are scheduled for Saturday guaranteeing a combined prize pool of $175,000. The highlight for many will be the $55.00 buy-in re-buy and add-on – the cheapest buy-in on the schedule – but we are looking forward to the $20,000 guaranteed Omaha Hi/Lo Super Knockout event.
The final day of the Bigger Online Super Series is dominated by the BOSS Main Event. The $2,100 buy-in tournament is guaranteed for $750,000 and is sandwiched between two other valuable events with a further $450,000 up for grabs. A $60,000 guaranteed PL Omaha “Sunday Special” completes the line-up.
Plenty of Opportunities to Satellite In Cheaply
Although the Bigger Online Super Series is targeted at high rollers, regular players are not excluded from the action. Buy-ins for satellites feeding into the feature events start at $8.40, with sub-satellites starting at just $1.10. There is also a “Freebuy” route feeding into a BOSS Main Event Mega-Satellite next Sunday – the mega-Satellite guaranteeing twenty seats in the target event.
Americas Cardroom is also offering a two-stage “On Demand” qualifying route for many of the highest buy-in events. “On Demand” qualifiers are tournaments that start when a minimum number of players has entered the event – like a Sit & Go game – and then continue as a regular tournament would with a period of late registration. This route starts with a buy-in of $10.00.
Will You be a Boss in the Bigger Online Super Series?
Over the past couple of years, Americas Cardroom has grown to be one of the top five online poker sites in the world for cash game traffic, and only PokerStars competes with the site for regularly offering valuable online poker tournaments. If you would like to experience a growing online poker site – even if you live outside of the US – now would be a great time to get involved.
With the huge sums of money up for grabs over the next five days, the Bigger Online Super Series is too good an opportunity to miss, and Americas Cardroom offers new players a first deposit bonus of up to $1,000 (use the Americas Cardroom bonus code [bonuscode room=”americascardroom”] to take advantage of this offer). Furthermore, the site offers new players up to $50 in free poker money after you make your first deposit. Full details of this offer – and the other benefits of playing at the site – can be found in our [geolink href=”https://www.pokernewsreport.com/americas-cardroom”]Americas Cardroom review[/geolink].