This August, a special edition of ACR Poker’s High Five tournament series is firing up online, with a total of $14.4 million in guarantees up for grabs.
The series, ACR Poker’s biggest ever, officially runs from Aug. 6-27 and will feature 22 straight days of tournaments. Buy-ins start at just $1.10 with at least five low-stakes events per day, giving players with any sized bankroll a shot at a big payday.
“We typically run the High Five in April which is perfect for the ‘4-20’ theme, but now we’re running a special version in August due to player demand,” stated Chris Moneymaker, ACR Pro. “So, end your summer on a high note by blazing our smoking-hot tables!”
In keeping with the 4-20 theme, all events during the High Five series feature a daily 10-minute courtesy break at 4:20 p.m. ET. This gives players a chance to use the bathroom, grab some munchies, or relax in their own personal way.
The highlight of the series are the three $1 million guaranteed events, which include the Aug. 6 Kickoff ($630 buy-in), the Aug. 27 High Stakes Special ($2,650 buy-in), and the Aug. 27 Main Event ($630 buy-in).
The recent additions to the ACR Poker lineup are mystery bounty events, and there’s a $300,000 guarantee ($16.50 buy-in) and a $75,000 guaranteed ($2.50 buy-in) edition of each. Day 1s are happening from Aug. 6-27, with day 2 on Sunday, Aug. 27.
While you’re waiting for the High Five, don’t miss out on a chance to win your way to play in The Cage, live in Costa Rica. ACR Poker is sending 36 players through the Sunday Beast, and the $95 satellite is still available on Sunday, July 30 and Sunday, Aug. 6.
Each $8,700 prize package includes the $5,250 entry into The Cage, as well $2,200 for travel expenses and spending money, and a five-night stay at the Sheraton Hotel in San Jose, Costa Rica.
If you have not yet joined ACR Poker, new depositors can benefit from the generous 100 percent match bonus, up to $2,000.
Sign-up, use code CPNEW to make your initial deposit, and claim your bonuses today.
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