Americas Cardroom $25 million OSS Cub3d series begins

Haley Hintze
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Posted on February 6, 2022 6:42 pm EST

Even as Americas Cardroom’s $10 million Venom tourney nears its final table, there’s another major offering just underway. Beginning today and stretching for more than four weeks, well into March, it’s the return of ACR’s OSS Cub3d online poker series.

This latest edition of the OSS Cub3d offers $25 million in guaranteed prize-pool money, continuing to make it the largest recurring Americas Cardroom series offering. As ACR veterans know, the OSS Cub3d is actually three series in one. Much of the first part of the series is filled with “MOSS” (Mini Online Super Series) events, which offer casual players many dozens of events with small buy-ins yet provide the chance for a big payday.

The middle part of the lengthy OSS Cub3d schedule focuses mostly on “BOSS” (Bigger Online Super Series) offerings, though BOSS events are available throughout the four-week slate.

Then, later this month, attention shifts to the OSS Cub3d’s “OSS” (Online Super Series) events. The OSS is ACR’s longest-running tournament series, though for several years now it has been incorporated into the larger OSS Cub3d family.

All three OSS Cub3d event families offer their own main events as well. Qualifying events for the $300,000 MOSS main event are underway and will be available through February 13. The MOSS main event’s buy-in is a modest $55.

The BOSS is high-roller section of the OSS Cub3d trifecta featuring the highest overall buy-ins. As ACR explains, “The BOSS was made for high rollers.” The Boss $1,000,000 main event features a $2,650 buy-in, and it has its Day 1 on Sunday, March 6.

In between the low-priced MOSS and high-end BOSS lies the original OSS itself. The OSS main event’s buy-in is $600 (though most other OSS events have much lower buy-ins), and its Day 1 is on Sunday, February 27th. The OSS main event is also one of the series’ million-dollar-guaranteed events.

This latest OSS Cub3d offering includes three other multi-flight tourneys — a $2.5 Million ($630 buy-in), a $1 Million PKO ($215 buy-in), and a $250,000 ($22 buy-in) that each has its Day 2 on Monday, March 7th. There are also three additional three million-dollar events, including the Cub3d Kickoff tourney.

Overall, the OSS Cubed offers several hundred different events. Some regularly scheduled daily and weekly events double as OSS Cub3d events throughout the series, while other events are available only during the OSS Cubed’s lengthy run.

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