Long-Anticipated Venom Fever Launches This Weekend on October 2

Catching the flu or a cold this autumn certainly won’t be a fun experience. But there’s one fever that poker fans would gladly go for, the Venom Fever poker series, set to start this October.

October 2 Marks the Start of Venom Fever

The special series of satellites start on October 2 and will run through October 30, 2022. With a value of $2,650 for each seat, there are 1,000 guaranteed seats to the $5 million Venom PKO. This marks one of the biggest online poker progressive knockout tournaments. It is the first out of four Day 1’s starts on Thursday, October 20, 2022. 

The Venom PKO is a special bounty tournament. Each player starts the tournament with a preset bounty for their head. Whenever one poker player takes out another poker player, they collect 50% of the target’s bounty, while the other 50% goes on the hunter’s head. In other words, once one player eliminates another, the winner collects half of the bounty of the eliminated player while the other half adds to their bounty. With each day of the tournament, bounties will keep getting bigger and may even reach six figures.

A Fever You Definitely Want to Catch

Chris Moneymaker, team pro for Americas Cardroom commented that poker players love the Venom Fever satellites. He explained that the satellites enable players to earn a $2,650 seat for a significantly low amount with buy-ins from around $30. Moneymaker added: “That’s why we tell everyone that this is one fever you definitely want to catch!”

Players love our Venom Fever satellites because it allows them to earn a $2,650 seat for a low amount, with buy-ins starting around $30.

Chris Moneymaker, team pro at Americas Cardroom

According to Moneymaker, there are other cheap ways to earn a seat for the Venom Fever promotion. He pointed out that players that want to join can “punch their $2,650 ticket for mere pennies through Skips and Venom Blitz Satellites, or for literally $0 via Steps and Freerolls.”

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