The Dream Tournament Comes to ACR with $100,000 Guarantee

January 23, 2023
Mark Patrickson

ACR is launching its biggest ever micro-stakes tournament next month. The Dream Tournament is a PKO event with a $100,000 guarantee and a minuscule $2.50 buy-in!

This is another opportunity on the leading US-facing platform for players with non-existent to modest bankrolls to win a nice chunk of change.

$100K Multi-Flight Major Event

The structure has already been clarified with daily Day 1 flights running from February 5 through 26. Day 2 will take place on February 26 with the final table running the day after.

More than 1,170 players will make the money in this event with tons of opportunities to make it to Day 2.

Even though the buy-in is a tiny $2.50, players can still qualify through the usual satellites, some going for as little as $0.11.

If this sounds like something enticing, then you might want to get into the two bonus events that will run in parallel to Day 2 of The Dream Tournament. A $75,000 GTD $16.50 tournament and a $15,000 GTD $2.50 event are scheduled for Sunday, February 26.

The Dream Tournament Highlights

  • Pocket change to buy-in (Just $2.50).
  • More than 1,170 players will finish in the money.
  • Tons of opportunities to make Day 2 (22 Day 1 flights)
  • Win your $2.50 buy-in for just $0.11 via Blitz Satellites.
  • Daily Day 1 Flights from February 5-26.
  • Day 2 on Sunday, February 2.
  • Final Table on Monday, February 27
$2000 Bonus
$2000 Deposit Bonus
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50% Rakeback

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