America’s CardRoom’s biggest online tournament series is set to kick off Sunday, February 6th. With tournaments ranging from low to high roller, the Online Super Series Cub3d has something for poker players of all calibers.
Four Weeks Of Action
The Online Super Series Cub3d kicks off with a $1 million dollar Kick-off event with Day 2 starting Sunday, February 6. In total, there are three multi-flight tournaments that grant players the opportunity to win big.
You don’t want to miss these tournaments, which include a $2.5 million guaranteed ($630 buy-in), a $1 Million Progressive Knockout ($215 buy-in) and a $250,000 guaranteed ($22 buy-in). Furthermore, the series will host three additional $1 million guaranteed events.
Something For Everyone
There are three different stakes of tournaments which allows players of all bankroll sizes to compete for the big bucks. First is the MOSS, or Mini Online Super Series which runs from February 6th to the 13th. The MOSS culminates with a multi-flight $300,000 guaranteed tournament with it’s Day 2 on Sunday, February 13.
Next up is the OSS, or the flagship Online Super Series which will run from February 14th to the 27th. Slightly longer than the MOSS, the main event of the OSS kicks off Sunday, February 27th with Day 2 the following day. It is a $1,000,000 guaranteed ($630 buy-in).
If the MOSS or OSS seem like too small of stakes for you, then the BOSS, or Bigger Online Super Series, is exactly what you’re looking for. This portion of the series is everything a high roller wishes for, with the main event – a $1,000,000 guaranteed ($2,650 buy-in) – kicking off Sunday, March 6th.
In addition to all these juicy tournaments, the OSS Cub3d is offering a multitude of satellites so players have the chance to play the biggest tournaments of the series for a discounted price, given they can outlast the field in the satellites.
The full schedule for the Online Super Series Cub3d can be found here. With stakes that accommodate all players, the OSS Cub3d is the perfect series to chase your poker dreams. Don’t miss out on the biggest tournament series in the history of America’s CardRoom.
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