Summer is heating up in more ways than one thanks to Americas Cardroom. The site is about to unleash their $5 Million Venom tournament.

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With as many as six days of action, this multi-day event is going to be heated to say the least. Check out the schedule:

  • Day 1A: Sunday July 14th at 1pm ET (12 hours of play)
  • Day 1B: Tuesday, July 16th at 1pm ET (12 hours of play)
  • Day 1C: Sunday, July 21st at 1pm ET (12 hours of play)
  • Day 2: Monday, July 22nd at 1pm ET (12 hours of play or down to final 8 players)
  • Day 3 (if needed): Tuesday, July 23rd at 1pm ET (Play down to the final table)
  • Day 4: Wednesday, July 24th at 5pm ET (Final Table plays until tournament is over)

With a guaranteed $5,000,000 prize pool, this will be Americas Cardroom's biggest tournament to date with at least a million bucks going to the winner. Yet it's also the biggest tourney ever hosted by a US facing poker site.

Just in case that's not impressive enough, Americas Cardroom will pay the winner via Bitcoin shortly after the tournament ends. 

Want a shot at a life-altering jackpot?  You can buy a seat for only $2,650, but that's hardly the only way to play.  Americas Cardroom has daily Step Tournaments (including free options), satellites, super satellites, and Spin to Get IN slot machines (start at one cent) that award $5 Million Venom seats.

Just fire up your poker client and win your spot today.

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