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Satellites Ready for Winning Millions $1 Million Guaranteed

Satellites Ready for Winning Millions 1 Million Guaranteed

last week we announced that the Winning Poker Network would be hosting a $1,000,000 guaranteed tournament on December 14th. The tournament is the biggest tournament to be hosted on an American friendly network or site since black Friday in 2011 and marks that WPN is doing quite well.

Americas Cardroom announced yesterday that they have released the satellite schedule into their poker tournaments lobby now, where players can find everything from daily freerolls to bigger satellites and also find direct satellites with seats guaranteed.

"We've received tons of great feedback from players that are looking forward to playing in the first $1 Million tournament to hit U.S. shores in over three years," Michael Harris, spokesperson for Americas Cardroom said in a press release.

"Our goal was to bring poker back in a major way and it's fantastic to see that players are just as thrilled about the return of poker to the U.S. Today, we're excited to launch a satellite schedule that's designed to push more players into the event for a lot less than you'd expect." He added.

Players can buy into the tournament directly for $500+40 or try and qualify through the $109 nightly event, which can be qualified for through feeder satellites starting from $7 and up to $22. Even the feeder satellites have feeder satellites, which starts from $0.55 in buy-in.

With a first prize of at least $200,000, you have the chance to win a massive amount of money completely free through the freerolls or by qualifying cheaply with one of the daily satellites hosted by Americas Cardroom and the other skins on WPN and Top Alliance. 

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