February 2014

Take Home $500 Cash

Take Home $500 Cash

Player Paydays are in full swing at Bodog until March 9. If you love to play poker, now is the time to step up your game and play your way to a $500 payday with our weekly cash draws. Enter Player Paydays now to bring home the bacon.
 
Every 50 Poker Points you earn will land you an entry into the weekly draw for $500 cash. There’s no limit on the number of entries you can earn, so keep on doing what you do best and maximize your chances of taking home the cash.  
 
Only two weeks of Player Paydays remain, but that means there is still $1,000 cash waiting to be won. A special congrats to our first two Player Paydays winners: Peter L. from ON and Patrick L. from QC. Both players hit the felt to earn entries to the weekly draw and found themselves $500 richer.
 
With only two weeks left, now is the time to sharpen your game. Enter Bodog’s Player Paydays today and grab a seat to start earning draw entries. Be sure to stay tuned to find out who won this week’s draw and you could cash in on your very own $500 payday.

Get Made in Canada - WPT Spring Championship Live Event

Get Made in Canada - WPT Spring Championship Live Event

The World Poker Tour is approaching and poker players all over are jockeying for their seat at the WPT Spring Championship in Montreal. Bodog wants to put you front and center with one of our $2.5K WPT Prize Packages to the live event. Play in our online qualifiers running from February 24 through March 9 to claim one of four guaranteed prize packages to the live event.  Each prize package will include your $1,100 WPT Canadian Spring Championship buy-in, and $1,400 for travel and accommodations, which is everything you need to get made in Canada.
 
Bodog’s live event satellite will run on March 9 with a buy-in of $150 + $12 and will guarantee four $2.5K WPT Prize Packages to the Canadian Spring Championship. Don’t miss out on our two weeks of online qualifiers starting as low as $0.28 and be sure to check out our full schedule to start planning your route to the live event.   The WPT is one of poker’s most established international tournament series’, so don’t miss your chance to get made in Canada with Bodog Poker.

The 2014 Black Diamond Poker Open is here

The 2014 Black Diamond Poker Open is here

The Black Diamond Poker Open is back for its third straight year. The BDPO has more action and thrills than ever before; with a guaranteed prize pool of $3 million, 200 official BDPO events, and thousands of qualifiers to choose from, you’ll be embarking on a journey never to be forgotten. It’s time to channel your inner secret agent; take on this epic mission and show off your poker skills to escape with a cut of the biggest prize pool in BDPO history.
 
Here’s the plot: The BDPO is split into two tournament series’: the Contender Series and the Championship Series. In addition to thousands of qualifying events, there will be 100 Contender Series events from February 18 to March 12, and 100 Championship Series events running from March 22 through April 13. To accept your assignment, check out the full BDPO schedule and register for a tournament today to show that you have what it takes.
 
Guaranteed Contender Series - $500,000 Guaranteed
The Contender Series offers 100 low to mid stakes events and it couldn’t be easier to qualify. Simply play your way in for as low as $1.10 or buy in for as little as $3.30. It all leads up to the $50,000 guaranteed Main Event on March 9. Don’t miss your chance to get a piece of the action and walk off with the reward money.
 
Championship Series --$2.5 Million Guaranteed
The Championship Series offers 100 mid to high-stakes tournaments starting with an exciting $20,000 Guaranteed Kickoff event on March 22. The excitement builds towards the BDPO’s $300,000 guaranteed Main Event on April 13. The Main Event champion will escape with at least $60,000 in hand and a $5K Championship Watch, not to mention some major bragging rights.
 
If you’re up to the task, register today to qualify for as little as $1.10 and make BDPO history.