Online Super Series Cub3d XI Is About to Kick Off on ACR2 months ago
The Online Super Series Cub3d is back for edition XI on ACR. Only days after the conclusion of the $8 million GTD Venom you can pencil another five weeks of excitement into your diary.
And it’s not only that, because we are delighted to report that Chris Moneymaker has put pen to paper in a deal to become the latest brand ambassador for Americas Card Room.
As is normal, the OSS Cub3d will consist of three separate divisions. ACR never singles any group of players out, they cater to everyone regardless of how big their bankroll is.
First up is the MOSS - Mini Online Super Series - where those with modest bankrolls can win big. There might not be life-changing money on offer, but more than enough to provide a bankroll to play mid stakes in the future.
The MOSS runs from Sunday February 7th to Sunday 21st when the $55 buy-in $500,000 GTD Main Event will take place.
Next up is the OSS - Online Super Series - which is ACR’s flagship tournament series. This section is aimed at getting absolutely everybody involved. There is something for everyone. It doesn’t matter if you’re a micro stakes to small stakes fun player or knocking on the door of high stakes, it’s all here.
The OSS will also run for two weeks between February 22nd to March 7th with another exciting main event on the final day. A $1,000,000 GTD $630 buy-in tournament is sure to get pulses racing with a massive first place prize that will change somebody’s life.
To end what we are sure will be an amazing festival we have the BOSS - Bigger Online Super Series - which is geared towards the high stakes crowd.
It takes place over just one week and there will be another $1,000,000 GTD Main Event but this time with a $2,650 buy-in.
This is going to be an amazing five weeks of non-stop action, the longest OSS Cub3d ever. No less than $13 million worth of guarantees, but, of course, we expect the final prize pools total to be much more.
- Two $1 Million GTD Tourneys
- Three Consecutive Series
- $13 Million in prize pools
And for those who don’t have any plans for Valentine’s Day, there will be a special $300,000 PKO tournament laid on.
Chris Moneymaker Signs to Represent ACR
When Chris Moneymaker announced that he was leaving his ambassador role at PokerStars many thought he might be walking away from the game but that couldn’t be further from the truth. He simply spotted a better opportunity at Americas Card Room and will now be representing them as a brand ambassador.
In an interview with poker.org Moneymaker said:
“I’m 45 years old, I’ve got three kids, I can’t not work. But I’m not qualified for anything anymore. I couldn’t do your taxes as good as H&R Block could. My only qualification at this point in life is, ‘do you want fries with that?'”
He considered opening a card room in Texas until he connected with ACR CEO Phil Nagy.
“Somehow we started a conversation. I heard what (ACR) was doing, and I heard all the improvements they’ve been making to the site and how they’re fighting bots. And basically to me it seemed like PokerStars did back in 2004, 2005. They’re really trying to grow the game.”
It speaks volumes when Moneymaker says he was offered the chance to remain a part of the PokerStars team for another yeah but he thought the opportunity to represent a growing brand suited him much more.
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