MOSS Schedule Ready for ACR OSS Cub3d XI

MOSS Schedule Ready for ACR OSS Cub3d XI

In just a few days, Americas Cardroom and its sister sites on the Winning Poker Network (WPN) will kick off the first Online Super Series of 2021. The Mini Online Super Series, otherwise known as MOSS, gets underway on Sunday, February 7.

The entire OSS will run from February 7 to March 14. Three parts make it OSS Cub3d, and this iteration is the 11th for WPN. The mini portion of the series is first up, followed by the main Online Super Series, and then the Bigger Online Super Series, or BOSS, wraps everything up with higher buy-ins.

With $13 million in tournament prize pool guarantees, OSS Cub3d XI is set to offer players another reprieve from pandemic boredom and a chance to hone their poker skills at various levels and game formats.

Mini Buy-ins Up First

This OSS Cub3d will begin, as usual, with MOSS, the Mini Online Super Series. That particular section of the larger series will run February 7-21. Buy-ins will range from just $0.41 up to $50 for the Main Event and an $80 event late in the series.

Every tournament will have a guarantee, but some of the biggest ones are part of the first day’s lineup. The schedule for that first Sunday, February 7, is:

–CUBED #11 at 12pm: $15 Kickoff NLHE 8-Max ($125K GTD)

–MOSS #1 at 10:30am: $11 Warm-Up NLHE PKO 8-Max ($5K GTD)

–MOSS #2 at 1:15pm: $11 NLHE PKO 8-Max ($10K GTD)

–MOSS #3 at 7:15pm: $40 NLHE 8-Max ($10K GTD)

–MOSS #60 at 8pm: $50 Valentine’s NLHE PKO 8-Max ($300K GTD)

–MOSS #4 at 9pm: $11 NLHE 6-Max Hyper-Turbo ($4K GTD)

–MOSS #5 at 11:15pm: $20 NLHE 9-Max Hyper-Turbo ($25K GTD)

Note that some tournaments are out of numerical order because they start early and offer numerous starting flights. In addition, all times as Eastern US.

Details such as blinds, starting stacks, and late registration times are available on the official ACR schedule.

Featured MOSS Events

Of course, the Main Event is the highlight of any series, so we will highlight it here. But there are other events on the schedule with bigger-than-normal guarantees.

We mentioned Event 60 above, as it begins on the first day of the series, but it offers flights for an entire week through February 14. There are nine starting flights in all.

Since that one is definitely a highlight of MOSS, we’ll list it here, too:

–Event 60 / Feb 7-14: $50 NLHE PKO 8-Max (9 flights, $300K GTD)

–Event 61 / Feb 14: $15 NLHE Sunday Special ($50K GTD)

–Event 82 / Feb 16: $30 NLHE 8-Max ($60K GTD)

–Event 119 / Feb 19: $80 NLHE Mega Stack ($60K GTD)

–Event 137 / Feb 14-21: $50 NLHE 8-Max Main Event (9 flights, $500K GTD)

–Event 138 / Feb 14: $15 NLHE Sunday Special ($50K GTD)

Players can rest assured that satellites are running for all of the above tournaments. They allow everyone to take shots at solid guarantees and chances to boost their bankrolls.

About Jennifer Newell

Jennifer began writing about poker while working at the World Poker Tour in the mid-2000s. Since then, her freelance writing career has taken her from Los Angeles to Las Vegas and back to her hometown of St. Louis, where she now lives with her two dogs. She continues to follow the poker world as she also launches a new subscription box company and finishes her first novel. Jennifer has written for numerous publications including PokerStars.com and has followed the US poker and gaming market closely for the last 15 years. Follow Jen on Twitter

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