Million Dollar Sunday Offers Bitcoin Users Huge Opportunity To Profit At Americas Cardroom This Weekend


         Million Dollar Sunday Offers Bitcoin Users Huge Opportunity To Profit At Americas Cardroom This Weekend

San Jose, Costa Rica – July 31, 2015 – Ready to turn your Bitcoin into $200,000 in a matter of hours? Then you’ll want to be online at Americas Cardroom on Sunday, August 2nd. At 3pm ET, the US-facing online poker site is hosting its signature Million Dollar Sunday poker tournament, a $1 million guaranteed Texas Hold’em event with a first place prize of $200,000 guaranteed.

“At Americas Cardoom, we’ve become hugely popular among Bitcoin users,” said Americas Cardroom spokesperson Michael Harris. “We make it easy to deposit and withdraw with Bitcoin so players all over the world can get to the tables and play anonymously. And best of all, with a $200,000 first place prize and another $800,000 spread among those who cash in the tournament, we’re able to offer players the fastest way to get their hands on their winnings.”

The Million Dollar Sunday kicks off on August 2nd at 3pm ET. It’s the third Million Dollar Sunday tournament of the year featuring a $1 million guaranteed prize pool. Players can buy directly in for $500+40 using Bitcoin or win their spot through a low buy-in satellite.

Americas Cardroom first launched the $1 million online poker tournament earlier this year, bringing back large-scale poker in America. Until the introduction of the Million Dollar Sunday, it had been almost four years since US poker players saw a Sunday million dollar poker tournament.

Americas Cardroom is at the forefront of bringing back the glory days of poker and many argue that it’s easier to deposit and withdraw today than it was four years ago. That’s because before their departure from the United States, most online poker sites relied on credit card processing, a method that had been plagued with declines.

With Bitcoin, players are guaranteed virtually instant deposits with no rejections. And better yet, those cashing out their winnings are able to see funds in their hands the same day the request is made.

What’s more, unlike other deposit methods, Bitcoin comes with no transaction fees, other than the standard “miner’s fee” associated with the cryptocurrency. As soon as the deposit is made, Bitcoin is automatically converted to poker chips, each with a real money US dollar value. Players are free to cash out using Bitcoin or any other available withdrawal method.

Bitcoin users can get started with as little as $5. The biggest single deposit available is $1,000 and daily deposits are capped at $1,000, too. Players can deposit up to $8,000 per month using Bitcoin.

More information on the Million Dollar Sunday and Bitcoin can be found at AmericasCardroom.eu.

About Americas CardroomAmericas Cardroom joined the Winning Poker Network in 2011. The Winning Poker Network has one of the longest and trusted online names in the industry and has been in existence since 2001. Americas Cardroom accepts players from the US market and the rest of the world. Rated first place for payment processing and cashout reliability repeatedly over the last few years, Americas Cardroom offers outstanding customer service and a friendly environment for all poker players around the world.


This press release is for informational purposes only. The information does not constitute investment advice or an endorsement by Bitcoin Magazine or BTC Media, LLC. Bitcoin Magazine does not certify the accuracy of the above information provided by Americas Cardroom.


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