Americas Cardroom to Roll Out Fast Fold Variant "Blitz Poker"

Android and iOS mobile users will be able to play fast fold poker at Americas Cardroom come February 26 as the new Blitz Poker will be launched.

By: Charles Rettmuller

The announcement comes as no surprise to players within the US and throughout the world as ACR has been stepping up its game as of late, attracting new customers keen on going where the action is. Whether it's massive festivals such as the current Cub3d series, huge prize pools in Jackpot Poker, the Cage Live events held every other month in Costa Rica, or the upcoming $5 million guaranteed Venom tournament, there's always something cooking at Americas Cardroom.

The heat just got hotter with Blitz Poker that follows in the tradition of other fast fold iterations made famous by Rush Poker at Full Tilt back in the day. Joining a pool of players at a specified stake level on 6-Max cash game No Limit Hold'em tables, players can instantly fold their poor starting hands and be jettisoned to a new table to quickly play a new hand without waiting to see the results of the folded hand.

The result is fast-paced almost non-stop poker action that does away with boredom and keeps the game alive. Something like 4x more hands per hour than standard 6-Max NLHE, absolute heaven for players who don't like to wait around for other players to act.

A variety of stakes will be available at Blitz Poker, permitting players of all bankroll sizes to get in on the fun. Speaking of bankrolls, an update of the mobile platform at ACR allows Android and iOS users the ability to deposit and cashout strictly from their mobile devices without ever having to log on with a PC or Mac.

It may be time to make your way over to Americas Cardroom if you haven't already and grab the 100% up to $1,000 Welcome Bonus. Existing players can take advantage of a Reload Bonus of 50% up to $300 until February 23.


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