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The event schedule at Americas Cardroom gets livelier with the upcoming $7 Million Venom

This month, leading US-facing poker site Americas Cardroom (ACR) is going to launch its biggest tournament ever, the $7 Million Venom. This is going to be an event for the record books and is already drawing a crowd, even if it isn’t the only action at ACR. The $7 Million Venom is a big deal for ACR and the entire poker community. It isn’t just the biggest tournament in ACR’s history; it is also the largest that any US-facing poker site has ever put together. With a top prize of $1 million, it’s not difficult to understand why it is drawing so much attention.

There have now been three Venom tournaments put on the schedule, starting with the $5 Million Venom in July of last year. That tournament was so big that the Guinness Book of World Records got wind of it, and this upcoming $7 Million Venom is going to be even bigger. Get ready for some awesome poker action and get ready to possibly become an instant millionaire.

The tournament is set to begin on July 24th, with four Day 1 options. It will keep the cards and chips flinging until August 5th when the champ is crowned at the Final Table. ACR wants to make sure you have plenty of chances to grab a seat and is offering satellite events, mega satellites, sit-and-go step tournaments, Cyclones and other events to provide access to the $2,650 buy-in. For all the details on the $7 Million Venom, check out https://www.americascardroom.eu/online-poker-promotions/the-venom/.

If you’re new to ACR, you can get in on the fun even easier. ACR offers new players a 100% First Deposit Bonus up to $1,000 and, if you make that deposit using cryptocurrency, the site will double the bonus to 200%, up to $1,000. Head over to ACR and start playing today.

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