You can learn to control The Beast in Americas Cardroom.
You won’t have to enter any zoos or battle with monsters. All you have to do to top the weekly leaderboard at Americas Cardroom is play as much as you can.
It’s more like getting money from a buddy who doesn’t want it back than a promotion. The real power of Americas Cardroom comes from the prospect of monetary rewards for regular players. There is no entry fee or registration required to begin this week’s event. The only requirement is that you really play. Really? Nothing else, that’s correct.
Anything from a live table to a tournament to a Sit & Go counts. You’re already on your way to a weekly table by contributing to the tables in the room. Winners will be awarded monetary rewards. That’s all there is to it.
All players may contribute to the table with their activity between Saturday at 00:00 ET* and Friday at 23:59 ET*.
The magnitude of the cash prize determines the payout structure for the race. As more money is put into the pot, more people are paid out.
In The Beast, there are four distinct win tiers:
Minimum Investment: $500 (USD)
Secondly, $250 USD.
Three, $125 USD
Tier 4: $50 USD
The Beast’s cash prize pool increases by $3,500 for every participant.
Dual representatives from the second tier
Level 3’s Top 5
Rank 4’s 20th tier
The following race needs $875 in supplies….
When The Beast’s popularity rises, any extra money is distributed to the top slots in Tiers 2, 3, and 4, while keeping the caps at their current levels.
The Monster and the regular tournament race
Gaining new poker players is the Beast’s primary objective. To that end, the weekly competitions also have a distinct component that gives out spots to satellite tournaments leading up to larger tournaments like the World Series of Poker Main Event, Million Dollar Sunday, Venom, and others. More and more participants will get seats at the conclusion of each weekly race as the prize pool grows.
Those who finish first in a given race are automatically entered for the following Sunday’s satellite tournament.