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Monday, January 14, 2008

I fully intend to play this tournament

But there's always the possibility that I won't make it. Smokkee has been pimping this thing forever, and apparently there will soon be a new tournament series in place. I should be able to suck in that just as well as I do other tournies. Give it a shot with me!

You're invited to play in, post or forward this information on.

Play Bodog's Online Poker Blogger Tournament Tuesday Nights!

Bodog invites Poker Bloggers to play in it's Online Poker Blogger Tournament with a total of $600 in bonus money.

If you are 1 of the 5 money bubblers, you'll have your $11 buy-in refunded and if you finish in the top 5 you will win an entry for Bodog's Sunday $100K Guaranteed tournament.

This poker blogger tournament runs weekly on Tuesday evenings and requires the password bodogblogger for entry.

Tournament Details

* Day of week: Tuesday January 15, 2008
* Start Time: 9:05 pm ET
* Tournament Name: "Online Poker Blogger Tournament" at Bodog
* Entry Password: bodogblogger
* Buy-in + fee: $10 + $1
* Starting Chips: 3000 (Double Stack)
* Payout: Standard Bodog payout structure
* Bonuses:
* T$109 bonus paid to the top 5 finishers.
* T$11 bonus paid to the 5 players that are eliminated prior to payouts.
* These bonuses will be awarded within 24hrs of the tournament completion.
* T$ = Tournament Credits. These can be used as a buy in to almost all scheduled tournaments at Bodog and have a ratio to cash of 1:1.
* T$ can also be combined with cash to buy in to tournaments.

To be eligible to play, all that is required is that you have a poker Blog online and a Bodog member player account.

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Effective February 2008, this tournament series will be become an ongoing leader board with increased prizes.
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1 comment:

littlewoods poker said...

I agree with the legislation which aims to ban credit cards as a payment method for online gambling of any sort... and i think it should be enforced worldwide – not just in America. In fact, gambling with a credit card should be banned full stop. Not just on the internet. It’s a no brainer when you consider you are backing the outcome of an uncertain event with somebody else’s money. Chance and credit do not mix well in my opinion, and continuing to allow it would only contribute further in negatively affecting the high levels of personal debt many citizens today find themselves in. I do however, think that the prohibition won't work; or at least it won’t be received well amongst gamblers - I mean what’s the point in banning a credit card payments made on an online poker game, for example, but not on other kinds online sports betting? Slightly hypocritical, you not think? I mean how can you allow someone to participate [with or without a credit card] in horse racing betting on the internet, but not put any money on a hand when they play texas holdem poker online? Both activities involve a large degree of chance, and neither promise to yield financial return. What really infuriates me is that the minority of irresponsible gamblers [those paying with someone elses money!] have now ruined the fun of online betting for everyone else - those like me who pay with money they actually have in their bank!! At least for the Americans there is always the free online poker games!