MOMOMO PKO Series Comes to an Early Close on ACR

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MOMOMO PKO Series Comes to an Early Close on ACR
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06 Oct

ACR has pulled the plug on their MoMoMo PKO Series following a disappointing showing during the first month. The festival performed below expectations leading the American-facing site to deal with huge overlays.

“We’re not going to beat around the bush here. We’ve made the decision to cancel the MOMOMO PKO series effective this Monday, October 5th."

Not All Bad News

Fortunately, it’s not all bad news because the scheduled $1 million guaranteed events are still set to go ahead and so is the fantastic $5 million Venom tournament.

So, we shouldn’t be too hard on ACR as they’re pushing themselves right to the limit to give players what they want.

“Over the past decade, no other poker site has pushed the envelope as much as we have. In fact, the first dozen or so Million Dollar Sunday tourneys featured overlay after overlay—oftentimes hundreds of thousands of dollars worth.”

Too big too soon, but it’s great to see sites try and they’ll be back with more record-breaking festivals soon enough.

Don’t forget to check your diaries for the next two Sundays - October 11th and 18th - to stake your claim for a share of at least $1 million. The buy-ins are $630 and given the smaller than expected fields during September you might be lucky enough to walk into a huge overlay giving a ton of extra added value.

The $5 Million Venom PKO tournament kicks off on October 23rd with the first of four Day 1 flights. This event promises to attract some real world class talent and is nailed on to be the biggest progressive knockout poker tournament online ever.

Be sure not to miss out on these great tournaments still to come. With the MOMOMO PKO Series off the calendar you can take a chance with some of the satellites to slide into one of these monsters.

We look forward to seeing ACR unveiling their next great online poker festival.


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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 PokerVIP.com.Read more

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