$10million on the Line as BOSS Takes Centre Stage on ACR

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$10million on the Line as BOSS Takes Centre Stage on ACR
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12 Mar

It’s time for the big boys and girls to step up to the plate on ACR this week as the $13 Million OSS Cub3d kicks off its Bigger Online Super Series highroller events!

There will be plenty of players trying to lay claim to BOSS status, with $10million in guaranteed prizepools across 51 tournaments, with buy-ins ranging from $109 up to $2650, with, of course, satellites allowing players of all bankrolls to get themselves in the BOSS mix.

There were already plenty of reasons for ACR fans to get excited about the BOSS series, but this week saw another addition – or rather another 1 million additions.

Sunday March 14th will now see two $1million GTD events, the $2650 buy-in event 43 given a ‘little sister’, although the $630 buy-in will still boast that $1million prizepool – the first double $1million GTD on offer on the same day in ACR’s illustrious history.


A quick look at the schedule reveals a host of different formats to go along with the buy-ins for all approach, a mid-week 6-max PLO designed to appeal to fans of the four-card variant.

The next evening sees a $310 buy-in 8-max HyperTurbo PKO for those who like the action to come event thicker and faster, and every day of the week there are a variety of OSS CUBED MEGA satties.

For example, Friday evening kicks off with 20x $215 Tickets GTD for the excellent value buy-in of just $22.

The final weekend of the OSS Cub3d trilogy sees a stacked Sunday schedule as you’d expect, but it also extends into the Monday, the final tables of both $1million GTD playing out to completion.

Of course, you have to be in it to win it, and you can check out the full schedule of events and satellites here to get involved, as well as checking out ACR’s social media for the chance of some spot prizes and surprises. Good luck at the BOSS tables!


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Andrew from Edinburgh, Scotland, is a professional journalist, international-titled chess master, and avid poker player.Read more

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