ACR Sit & Crush Reloaded & Cage 2 Results

Americas Cardroom Sit & Crush ReloadedThe Sit ‘N Go leaderboard race at Americas Cardroom (ACR) known as “Sit & Crush” just got “Reloaded” to the tune of $32,500.

The U.S.-friendly poker room has announced that beginning Saturday, November 15, an additional $2,500 will be added to the Sit & Crush leaderboard race each week. The extra funds will not come from the pockets of players, as the extra cash will be provided by ACR.

The Sit & Crush Reloaded promo lasts for 90 days and also offers players the opportunity to earn extra points toward the leaderboard race for the duration of the promotion. Certain Sit ‘N Go games with buy-ins less than $30 will be part of the bonanza, and those games include regular Sit ‘N Gos (2x points), Turbo & Hyper Sit ‘N Gos (1.5x points, excluding Double or Nothings), and On-Demand Sit ‘N Gos (4x points).

More points are also available during two designated “Happy Hours” at ACR. Those happy times fall between 6:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. ET, and 11:00 p.m. and midnight during weekdays –Monday through Friday. A full 2x points will be awarded at all Sit ‘N Gos during those times.

If you’re a Sit ‘N Go player who enjoys the challenge and fun of leaderboard races, then Americas Cardroom’s Sit & Crush Reloaded is the place for you. A first-time deposit bonus of 100% up to $1,000 awaits new players. Check out our Americas Cardroom Review for more information.

“The Cage” Match Results

ACR and the Winning Poker Network (WPN) are home to “The Cage,” the innovative and new online poker contest that combines tournament and cash action into one. The second running of The Cage was played mid-week and saw 25 players either pay the $5,100 buy-in or win a seat via one of many satellites available at ACR.

Those 25 players produced a $125,000 prize pool, and nine of those entrants still had chips when the time clock reached 0:00 after the scheduled four hours of play. ‘YoSoFiesta’ was declared the winner of The Cage’s second edition with $39,691. Close behind was the $33,076 of ‘raycab,’ who perhaps could have made a run for the championship had more time remained on the clock.

The Cage III has already been scheduled for December 10, and all indications are that WPN and ACR plan to host an event each month. However, two weeks from now on November 26, the first running of The Cage played under a Pot-Limit Omaha format will take place.

Americas Cardroom is an exciting place to be with Sit & Crush Reloaded, The Cage, The Beast leaderboard race, and the Winning Millions $1 million guaranteed tournament set for December. U.S. players are invited to make their way over to ACR and join in the fun!

Jacqueline Packett
Jacqueline Packett