Mini Online Super Series Is Back on ACR

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Mini Online Super Series Is Back on ACR
22 Nov

ACR is back once again giving the fans what they want. The $5 Million Venom PKO has only just finished and now already the Mini Online Super Series is back—and it’s not so mini this time, apart from the buy-ins, of course.

A whopping $2.5 million in guarantees is sure to make this a fortnight to remember. From November 22nd to December 6th we have no less than 167 events. From PLO to PKO; from turbos to hypers, it’s all there.

The Mini Online Super Series is the premier festival for US-based players today. It’s all about getting everyone involved with a wide range of buy-ins that suits everyone except the high rollers.

From $0.25 all the way up to $50 there’s something to play every day.

Double Main Event!

The Venom PKO showed everyone just how popular the format has become lately so for this festival there will even be a PKO Main Event. That’s right, there will be two main events for the MOSS—one with the regular format and one progressive knockout.

Both main events will have a $250,000 guarantee and entry is a reasonable $55. If that’s a little outside of your bankroll then as usual there will be plenty of opportunities to satellite your way into the action.

$25,000 GTD PKO Fight Club

The first rule about fight club is that you don’t talk about fight club... well, we will do so here because ACR has come up with yet another great idea. These tournaments will be as intense as it gets.

Featuring 20 different flights in all and costing only $9.90$6 for the bounty pile and $3 for the prize pool.

Everyone starts with 50,000 chips, with blinds increasing every seven minutes. No less than 12 levels of late registration awaits too. All you have to do to reach Day 2 is to play through 19 levels. That’s it.

Even if it’s not your day there’s still a fortune to be picked up from the bounties on each player’s head.

How to Play PKO Tournaments 

Progressive knockout tournaments are new to the poker scene but they might already be the most popular format.

Your buy-in is split between the starting bounty on every player’s head and the regular prize pool. Every time you knock a player out of the tournament you get half of the bounty and the other half goes onto your head.

This is almost like two tournaments in one. You might not have such a deep run in the event but you can still pick up plenty of dough if you pick your spots right against the short stacks.

The Mini Online Super Series is set to be another ACR cracker. Check out all the details here.

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Mark from Stamford in the UK is a professional cash game player, and part time journalist. A massive chess fan and perpetual traveller.He also produces strategy content for our sister wesbite more


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