The High Stakes Adventure promotion from Americas Cardroom has sent players around the world to compete in some of the most lucrative events that most of us could only dream of enjoying. Cyprus and Vietnam were huge hits this year and now, ACR Poker is sending players off to an icon in the world of high-stakes poker – Monte Carlo.
Four Packages Awarded Worth $110K Each
The prize package will include a trip to Monte Carlo from October 24th to November 4th. Winners will be treated to business class airfare and luxury accommodation for the entire trip.
Our High Stakes Adventures have quickly become one of the hottest promotions in online poker. Already this year, we’ve sent winners to Vietnam, Cyprus and London to play in extreme high stakes buy-in tourneys against the world’s best players.
Main Online Satellites
Two prize packages will be given away in both satellites. The buy-in for each is $2,650:
- Sunday, September 17th – 2:05pm ET
- Sunday, September 24th – 2:05pm ET
There are also smaller satellites, which cost a tenth of these buy-ins. So, if you’re still building your bankroll, you still have the opportunity to win your way into the $2,650 events.
A Once-In-A-Lifetime Poker Experience
Located along the French Riviera, Monte Carlo is one of the world’s most famous destinations for high roller gamblers. So, it makes sense that ACR would eventually bring its High Stakes Adventure to this iconic location.
Winners of the satellites will join members of Team ACR as well as streamers from the ACR Stormers as part of an exclusive entourage, exploring Monte Carlo in style.
Sell up to Half of Your Action
To make the deal even sweeter, the CEO of ACR Poker is offering to buy up to 50% of the action on all of the tournaments you play. This is certainly on of the most generous promos we’ve seen from the popular online poker brand.
For an insider look at what it’s like to join the High Stakes Adventure, check out ACR’s documentary on their latest trip to Vietnam.
Will you try your luck for the chance to win a once-in-lifetime experience to Monte Carlo?