ACR Show Episode Recap for Wednesday, September 9th

ACR Show Episode Recap for Wednesday, September 9th

If you haven’t been watching the ACR Show, then you’re totally missing out.  This poker production is filled with tournament results, hand recaps, giveaways, event previews and more.

Check it out live on Twitch every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 3pm ET.  If you can’t tune in live, stream it on demand.

Wondering what you missed in the Wednesday September 9th episode?  Watch it right now or check out this summary.

The broadcast started with Justin Kelly passing the baton to Michael Loncar, who previewed the day’s tournaments.  There was lots of action to discuss, especially since September 9th was the first day of the $50 Million MOMOMO PKO.  Loncar’s pick of the day was the $100K GTD MOMOMO PKO Event #2 at 3:30pm ET. That tournament ended up with a $133,700 final prize pool, which included a whopping $66,850 in bounties!

Here’s what else happened on the show:

* In the Winner Winner Chicken Dinner segment, Justin Kelly ran down some tournaments from earlier in the week.

* A few minutes later, the ACR Show shifted gears and asked the audience to guess whether a roulette ball would land on red or black in Spin to Win.  Spoiler alert: two ACR Show viewers walked away with cash prizes.

* During the Torching Cash segment, Justin highlighted some of the biggest cash game hands that went down recently at Americas Cardroom.  Watch it here.

* In a regular feature called You Dirty Rat, Justin revealed the Largest 7 Day No Rathole hands.  Take a look.

* Marble Mania lived up to the hype yet again with several more giveaways.  Watch the races here.

Don’t forget that the ACR Show returns on Friday, September 11th at 3pm ET.  Try to watch live if you want to win.

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