Supersized Sunday

Get ready for the excitement of our Supersized Sunday. Every so often, we give our Sunday schedule a boost for one day only.

During Supersized Sunday, we increase the guarantee of select tournaments. For example, in a recent edition, we bumped up guarantees from $1,120,000 to $2,025,000 – that’s over a $900,000 increase!

The unpredictability of when the next Supersized Sunday will be announced only adds to the thrill.

Stay tuned for the next Supersized Sunday and prepare for even bigger prizes and more exciting action!

Supersized Sundays at ACR Poker Massive Wins Await!

Get ready for an electrifying poker experience with ACR Poker’s Supersized Sundays! Dive into two massive tournaments happening on back-to-back Sundays.

$500,000 GTD Tournament

  • Date: April 7th
  • Buy-in: $215
  • Guarantee: $500,000
  • Start: 11:05 AM ET (Day 1), 1:05 PM ET (Day 2 on April 8th)

Seize the opportunity to battle for a share of $500,000 with a modest buy-in.

$100,000 GTD Tournament

  • Date: April 14th
  • Buy-in: $16.50
  • Guarantee: $100,000
  • Start: 11:05 AM ET

Don’t miss our one-day event with a $100,000 guarantee and a low entry fee. It’s your chance to turn a small buy-in into a huge score!

Why You Can’t-Miss Supersized Sundays:

  • Epic Guarantees: With $600,000 on the line, these tournaments are your ticket to significant winnings.
  • Value for All: Whether you’re in for the high stakes or the high value, there’s a spot for you.
  • Warm up for the $12.5 Venom: It’s a great opportunity to hone your skills before our biggest tourney ever kicks off on April 14th.

Secure Banking

Safer Gambling

Our Responsible Gambling program makes sure every player is of legal age and also gives you the option to self-exclude for a time period from our tables, sportsbook or casino.

Need Help?

AFFILIATE PROGRAM

Maximize your income through our affiliate marketing. Learn more >
Copyright © 2024 | ACRpoker.eu | T&Cs | All Rights Reserved

Select the software version that is right for your Mac

How to find my chip architecture?