Talk about multi-million-dollar overload. Americas Cardroom is resuming both its popular Online Super Series and Million Dollar Sunday. The OSS VI runs from April 15th to 24th, offering up 76 big guaranteed events. Included in the series on April 24th is the next Million Dollar Sunday, a $1 MILLION guaranteed tournament where $200,000 is earmarked for first place.
“It’s almost time to shuffle up and deal — over and over again for 10 straight days,” stated Michael Harris, spokesperson for Americas Cardroom. “We can’t wait to crown champion after champion in the most anticipated online poker series open to Americans. Registration for all 76 events, including the $1 million guaranteed Main Event, is now open. Come crush it.”
The Online Super Series VI gets underway on April 15th and runs through April 24th. The 10-day series covers the entire gamut, including Hold’em, Omaha, Bounties, Turbos, 6-Max, and other popular games and variations of poker.
Featured in the series are 76 separate events with guarantees totaling $2.5 million. Buy-ins for the 10-day series run as low as $0.06. Harris notes that the $0.06 is a direct buy-in, not a satellite, making it one of the most accessible tournament series in the United States.
Also included on the schedule is a $300,000 guarantee on Sunday, April 17th, the first Sunday in the series and a $200,000 GTD Sunday Special on April 24th.
While these numbers are impressive, the OSS VI Main Event that has everyone talking is theMillion Dollar Sunday, a $1 million guaranteed tournament scheduled for Sunday, April 24th at 4pm ET. First place is guaranteed to walk away with $200,000, though if history repeats itself, several players will walk away from the table with 6-figure scores.
In 2015, Americas Cardroom held seven $1 million guarantees throughout the year. Many Million Dollar Sunday events ended with final table deals, showering the top three or four players with $100,000 or more.
Registration for all OSS VI tournaments is now open at Americas Cardroom, available for PCs and Macs.
More information on the World Series of Jackpots and the OSS VI can be found atAmericasCardroom.eu.