Mystery Mixer PLO5
Monday Nights at 7:30pm ET/6:30pm CT!
August 1 -31
$2.20 buy in
Chase a Mystery Bounty in Twitch Stream!
Mystery Mixer is a community PLO5 (yes, 5 card PLO) game on ACR hosted by Violet Mystery. Now, you are probably wondering what is the “Mystery” in Mystery Mixer. Well, aside from the crazy hands, there will is a Mystery Bounty that only the Twitch viewers will be able to claim!
What and Who is the bounty?
For the month of August, this game is promoting ACR's Hi5 #2 - Mystery Bounty...a $75k GTD ($2.50 buy-in) with a $7.5K biggest bounty. Day 1’s are August 6th to 27th and Day 2 on Sunday, August 27th.
When Mystery Mixer registration ends, remaining players in the game will be placed on a wheel. The wheel is spun for the first bounty. After a table falls out, the wheel is spun with remaining players for a NEW Bounty to hunt.
This bounty chase will change with each table consolidation after late registration ends. Must be in stream to know who the bounty is and to claim the bounty!
Be sure to join the fun prior to game time in stream!
Mystery Mixer Monday Leader Board
First: $11.00 ACR Ticket
Second: $6.60 ACR Ticket
Third: $3.30 ACR Ticket
PLEASE NOTE: You WILL need to be a member of Violet's discord to claim any prizes.
How to Qualify for Points
Violet uses a "points" x "players" system. Play in the weekly game and be in the top 27 to get your game points.
Based on YOUR FINISH PLACE, below are the BASE points you receive for playing in each of the games.
1 -> 11 || 2 -> 10 || 3 -> 9 || 4 -> 8 || 5 -> 7 || 6 -> 6 || 7 -> 5 || 8 -> 4 || 9 -> 3 || 10-18 -> 2 || 19-27 -> 1
Base Points x # Players = TOTAL POINTS
player A finishes in 8th place and there were 105 players
8 -> 4pts x 105 = 420pts
player B finishes 2nd place and there were 75 players
2 -> 10pts x 75 = 750pts
player C finishes 15th place and there were 120 players
15 -> 2pts x 120 = 240pts
The more that play, the bigger your points! You will not receive any BASE points if you placed beyond 27th.
*NOTE: # of Players is not the same as Entrants. We use the actual number of players in the game, not the number of bullets fired.