About Americas Cardroom
When it comes to pleasing poker players in the United States and all over the planet, nothing beats Americas Cardroom. The flagship online poker site of the Winning Poker Network, Americas Cardroom consistently ups the ante by delivering players more than they expect.
These aren’t empty words. The proof is in the numbers, and not just traffic. Americas Cardroom regularly features tournaments that smash guarantees and set records. The poker room’s signature Venom tournament runs several times a year and in multiple formats, including No Limit Hold’em and Progressive Knockout, and often features final prize pools in the $10 million neighborhood.
The online poker site also features a number of player-pleasing promotions, including The Beast and Sit & Crush. These two weekly point races have paid out tens of millions in cash and tournament seats since launching.
Always committed to creating a poker experience that players appreciate, Americas Cardroom listens to feedback and regularly adds new features to their software, creating an experience that’s loved by players all over the world.
Note: Americas Cardroom accepts players from the United States and countries all over the world.
Americas Cardroom Traffic
Peak cash game traffic of the Winning Poker Network over the past years.
The chart above shows the average number (over 60 days) of real money cash game players online during peak hours for the operator. This number does not include tournament players or players in other game variants.
Americas Cardroom Cash Game Rake
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The table above shows the amount of rake an average player pays per 100 hands for various limits and variants. You can switch the number of players per table and the game variant.
- Rake / 100 hands: Average amount you can expect to pay in rake every 100 hands.
- Net Rake: This is how much money you actually spend on rake compared to the pots you are playing.
- Formal Rake: Rake percentage and cap
- Rank: This column shows how the operator compares to all other operators (lower is better).