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OSS Cub3d tournament series at Americas Cardroom

(PRESS RELEASE) -- Americas Cardroom is heating up winter with the next installment of its most popular tournament series. The U.S.-facing online poker site today announced the OSS Cub3d running 7 February through 14 March. It has $13 Million guaranteed and lasting five weeks, it's the longest OSS Cub3d in their storied history.

"With $13 million in guarantees on the table, things are about to get insanely intense," stated Michael Harris, spokesperson for Americas Cardroom. "We've jampacked a ridiculous amount of guarantees into 5 weeks, including some favorites and some new surprises. We hope you'll join us."

The OSS Cub3d is Americas Cardroom's 3-part tourney series, made up of the small stakes Mini Online Super Series (MOSS) running from 7-21 February, the flagship Online Super Series (OSS) from 22 February to 7 March, and the high roller Bigger Online Super Series (BOSS) from 8-14 March.

The tournament series kicks off on Sunday, February 7th in spectacular fashion with a $125k GTD tournament for $16.50. In addition to hundreds of other tourneys spanning the 5 weeks, the OSS Cub3d features three Main Events — one for each series, including:
  • MOSS Main Event with $500k GTD ($55 buy-in) on 21 February
  • OSS Main Event with $1 Million GTD ($630 buy-in) on 7 March
  • BOSS Main Event with $1 Million GTD ($2,650 buy-in) on 14 March
Also included in this edition of the OSS Cub3d is a special Valentine's Day tourney, a MOSS $300k GTD PKO with a $55 buy-in.

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