Get Ready to Inhale: High Five Tournament to Kick Off in March

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Feb/27/2024

Typically taking place in April, the upcoming High Five Tournament this time around will take place in March.  $12.5 million is up for grabs at ACR Poker.

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Get ready for this buzzworthy 420-inspired event.

This will serve as a lead-in to the $12.5 Million Venom this April.

There is $12.2 Million guaranteed over 220 events. That’s exactly 10 per day, with half being lower stakes. That means you can compete no matter how much ‘green’ you got.

ACR Poker is also awarding 20 seats to that record-setting Venom tourney via our Leaderboard Competition.

What Makes the High Five Series So Dope

  •     $12.2 Million guaranteed over 220 events (10 per day)
  •     Special $53,000 Leaderboard (on us) awarding 20 Venom tickets
  •     Half the tourneys every day are lower stakes ($33 or less)
  •     Buy-ins from $1.10 to $1,050
  •     $1 Million and $500,000 GTD Main Events

Main Event

Main Events: Sunday, March 31st.

    $1,000,000 GTD ($630 buy-in)
    $500,000 GTD ($215 buy-in)

Up Next: Venom Fever

Venom Fever is starting early this time, with more ways to qualify for your $2,650 seat than ever before.  It officially kicks off Sunday April 14 (2024).

Venom Fever Schedule of Events

    NEXT UP! 30-Seats GTD on Sunday, February 25th at 6:05pm ET
    30-Seats GTD on Sunday, March 17th at 6:05pm ET
    30-Seats GTD on Sunday, March 24th at 6:05pm ET
    30-Seats GTD on Sunday, March 31st at 6:05pm ET
    40-Seats GTD on Sunday, April 7th at 6:05pm ET
    40-Seats GTD on Sunday, April 14th at 6:05pm ET
    50-Seats GTD on Sunday, April 21st at 6:05pm ET

Venom Fever Mega Satellite Paths

$55   PATH Freeroll | $0.55 | $5.50 | $55
$109 PATH Freeroll | $1.10 | $11 | $109
$290 PATH Freeroll | $2.50 | $33 | $290
$630 PATH Freeroll | $6.60 | $66 | $630

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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