Americas Cardroom have a treat for all land based events fans as this weekend they will be giving away 12 seats to the Latin Series of Poker in Lima, Peru. This is one of the mega satellites that will be run to get their players to this fantastic event. The buy-in's for this will be $50 + $5 and the actual event is Lima is a whopping $500,000 guaranteed Texas Holden tournament starting on May 20th. Michael Harris, spokesman for the US friendly Online Poker room puts it like this, "This mega satellite will give players an opportunity to travel to an exotic Latin American destination and compete for life changing money, for just $55 players can secure their $1,500+$150 buy-in and transportation and accommodations in Peru." Here's what's up for grabs...

  • $1,500 + $150 buy-in to the main tournament, with $500,000 Guaranteed
  • $800 airfare credit
  • 6 Nights at Sol de Oro Hotel with a guest
  • Breakfast included
  • WiFi internet access at the hotel
  • Roundtrip airport transportation for two
  • 24/7 VIP Support Line
  • Gift Bag
  • Welcome party access for two

That's a great package and is sure to be something that plenty of ACR players are interested in, and Mr Harris goes on to say, "Players from ACR look forward to the LSOP tourneys in Peru and Punta Cana Poker Classic each year as it gives them an opportunity to meet and play with players they've competed against over the years online." It sure does, and not only that, it's a fantastic place to visit meaning that there's more than just poker on the cards. This will be the third year that Americas Cardroom has sponsored this event and hundreds of players have made it there through these qualifiers. Should you miss this satellite event then don't worry there are plenty of other ways to get there and satellites will be running right up to the events starting date, twice weekly on Wednesdays and Saturdays and players can always buy their package directly. The cheapest satellites are a mere $0.50 and these run on the daily meaning there's always a way to get you to Peru.