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Americas Cardroom Unveils $50M GTD MOMOMO PKO Tourney Event

Taking pride in being America’s top-rated online and mobile poker room with best casino slots and live dealer games, Americas Cardroom has announced the launch of MOMOMO PKO Tourney Series on its network. The event will kickstart from September 9 to November 1 and will be the largest progressive knockout tourney tournaments to be introduced in poker.
To circulate the news about the exciting launch in the poker community, Americas Cardroom released an official Twitter post stating:

According to the report, the platform has played its biggest bet ever in the long history of poker in the world of casinos with the progressive knockout series. Studded with adrenaline thrill, the series offers a golden chance to grab a share from a $50 Million GTD MOMOMO PKO Series. The main highlight of the tournament is the ‘Carnage’ Main Event that involves a multi-day $5 Million GTD pool for the winners. The huge size of the bounties clubbed with tens of thousands of dollars being locked for hitting a single competitor is all set to intensify the excitement.

The Mechanism of Knockout Events

A player opting for a $10 Progressive Knockout Event will be exposed to $5 addition to the total prize pool by the Americas Cardroom team along with $5 to the bounty money. Now, if the player eliminates the competitor, they get $2.50 of the bounty pooled in. The other $2.50 will be included to your head, thus taking your worth to $7.50 quickly. However, if the player himself gets hit, the competitor gets $3.75 while the other $3.75 gets into their head credit. To find the PKO events on Americas Cardroom portal, look for the bullseye symbol locked against the events.

The highly-anticipated MOMOMO PKO tournament will enrich the poker lovers to immerse themselves in an extravagant cash pool. Be ready to play your best shot, knock out others, and ensure the big win for sure.

Michael Grant

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