In order to get the necessary prize pool to meet the $200k guarantee for its $215 buy in Main Event, the tournament will use the now popular re-entry format for the first five hours. If you bust out during that period you can rebuy and start again.
The event will begin with deep stacks and slow blind levels, so there will be plenty of play. Of course the payers who bust and don’t rebuy will be creating an effective overlay for those who remain.
There are plenty of satellites including a special bonus daily freeroll with 3 seats guaranteed. A Daily $6.60 rebuy and a 30 seat super satellite on Saturday April 5th will provide players with plenty of cheap ways to get a seat.
In total 63 events will be spread with buy ins ranging from $0.52 up to $530. PLO and PLO8 events join the usual No Limit Hold’em tournaments in 4 Max, 6 Max, Turbo, Deep Stack and Knockout Bounty formats.
Americas Cardroom has had a successful 2013, improving its software and poker client, and building market share. Since regulated poker came to New Jersey, Americas Cardroom has benefited from the massive marketing campaigns carried out by the big casinos for their online rooms, and seen cash game traffic jump.
Players outside New Jersey, Nevada and Delaware jealous of the newly available state regulated poker have again realized that it is legal for them to play at internationally regulated sites. Regulation and taxes make the new state regulated sites’ bonus look pretty miserly compared with those on offer at Curacao regulated Americas Cardroom.
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