Americas Cardroom Sets OSS Cub3d to Start February 9

Americas Cardroom Sets OSS Cub3d to Start February 9

Just after New Year’s celebrations died down, Americas Cardroom made its first announcement of 2020. It was a revelation that the next OSS Cub3d series was to be scheduled for February 9 to March 8, but there was more. The 220 events with $13 million in guarantees would include four tournaments that will each guarantee $1 million each.

That caught the attention of players.

Let’s look at the details of the upcoming series.

MOSS: February 9-16

The first part of the Online Super Series (OSS) will be the Mini Online Super Series (MOSS). It will kick off the series with low-stakes tournament buy-ins and significant guarantees.

The schedule of 65 tournaments will run February 9-16 with a total of $1 million in guarantees. The highlights will be:

–Event 62: $6.60 buy-in NLHE with 45 starting flights February 9-16 ($50K GTD)

–Event 59: $55 buy-in NLHE Main Event on February 16 ($250K GTD)

OSS: February 17-March 1

The second of three legs of the series is the main one, the Online Super Series (OSS). It will offer a wide range of buy-ins. This offers 110 tournaments with a total of $7 million in guarantees.

This segment runs from February 17 – the day after MOSS finishes – through March 1. Some of the highlights will be:

–Event 106: $215 buy-in NLHE with 18 starting flights February 17-March 1 ($1M GTD)

–Event 94: $630 buy-in NLHE Main Event on February 29 ($1M GTD)

–Event 105: $630 buy-in NLHE Main Event on March 1 ($1M GTD)

With all of these events taking place – or wrapping up, in the case of Event 106 – on the same weekend, Americas Cardroom has dubbed it the Leap Year Millions. Three events, each with $1 million guarantees on their prize pools, on one weekend is a way to mark the Leap Year. “You won’t see this again for another four years,” reads the promotion page.

BOSS: March 2-8

The final part of the series, BOSS, is for the high rollers, the high-stakes online poker players with massive bankrolls. Others can join in via satellites, but the majority of players will be in their element in this series.

The series of 45 tournaments will offer $5 million in guarantees from March 2-8. And the highlights will be:

–Event 37: $2,650 buy-in NLHE Main Event ($1M GTD)

Leap Year Millions Details

As mentioned, the Leap Year Millions focuses on the unique weekend that includes Saturday, February 29 and Sunday, March 1. That weekend alone features a plethora of tournaments:

Saturday, February 29:

–Event 93: $55 buy-in NLHE ($100K GTD)

–Event 94: $630 buy-in NLHE Main Event ($1M GTD)

–Event 95: $6.60 buy-in NLHE 8-Max ($15K GTD)

–Event 96: $1,050 buy-in NLHE ($100K GTD)

–Event 106: $215 buy-in NLHE flights 1O-1P ($1M GTD)

–Event 97: $109 buy-in NLHE 6-Max Mega Stack ($50K GTD)

–Event 98: $16.50 buy-in NLHE 8-Max ($25K GTD)

–Event 99: $4.20 buy-in NLHE Hyper Turbo Mega Stack ($3K GTD)

Sunday, March 1:

–Event 106: $215 buy-in NLHE flights 1Q-1R and final day ($1M GTD)

–Event 100: $16.50 buy-in NLHE Early Special ($10K GTD)

–Event 101: $6.60 buy-in NLHE ($20K GTD)

–Event 102: $109 buy-in NLHE 8-Max Warm Up ($300K GTD)

–Event 103: $2650 buy-in NLHE 8-Max Super High Roller ($150K GTD)

–Event 104: $215 buy-in PLO Sunday Special ($50K GTD)

–Event 105: $630 buy-in NLHE Main Event ($1M GTD)

–Event 107: $16.50 buy-in NLHE 6-Max ($40K GTD)

–Event 108: $630 buy-in NLHE 8-Max High Roller ($125K GTD)

–Event 109: $55 buy-in PLO 6-Max ($8K GTD)

–Event 110: $55 buy-in NLHE 8-Max Turbo Super Stack ($25K GTD)


About Jennifer Newell

Jennifer began writing about poker while working at the World Poker Tour in the mid-2000s. Since then, her freelance writing career has taken her from Los Angeles to Las Vegas and back to her hometown of St. Louis, where she now lives with her two dogs. She continues to follow the poker world as she also launches a new subscription box company and finishes her first novel. Jennifer has written for numerous publications including and has followed the US poker and gaming market closely for the last 15 years. Follow Jen on Twitter

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