July 2015

Bodog's New Website

Bodog's New Website

Bodog’s website has a totally different look today! Our redesign will make it easier to learn about what Bodog has to offer. Checked it out to see all the new and exciting changes.
 
We will be announcing different features over the next few months to further enrich the site, so check back here regularly for updates and news concerning the new format.

We encourage your feedback on the new site.  What do you like?  What would you like to see? Message us and all suggestions and comments will be passed on to the appropriate departments. 

Summer Millions Poker Open Is Here

Summer Millions Poker Open Is Here

The time has come to get back to the tables and hit the felt once again because the SMPO2 has arrived. This year’s SMPO promises to be hotter than ever with over $2,000,000 in guaranteed prizing and over 70 events to play in. The first cards of SMPO2 get dealt July 18 and the action doesn’t stop until August 9. It doesn’t matter if you’re a high roller or just learning the ropes because SMPO2 has something for everyone, with buy-ins ranging from $1.10 to $450, before concluding with the mammoth $400,000 Guaranteed Main Event.
 
Qualifying events have already started and will run daily all the way through the main event, so there’s no better time for you to own the felt and walk away as this year’s SMPO2 champion. Check out the full schedule of SMPO events register under the “SMPO2” tab in the “Scheduled Tournaments” lobby and get ready to take part in the 2015 SMPO for your cut of over $2,000,000.

The Summer Millions Poker Open Returns

The Summer Millions Poker Open Returns

Bodog is turning up the heat once again this summer with the return of the Summer Millions Poker Open. The felt is going to be hotter than ever because, this year, the SMPO is giving you the chance to win your share of over $2,000,000 in guaranteed prizing. Running from July 18 to August 9, the second annual SMPO promises the best poker action you’ll find all summer with over 70 events, buy-ins ranging from $1.10 to $450 and the epic $400,000 Guaranteed Main Event.
 
Qualifying events start on July 9 and run daily all the way through the main event so you’ll get plenty of chances to get your poker face on, own the felt and walk away as this year’s SMPO2 champion. Check out the full schedule of SMPO2 events, register under the “SMPO2” tab in the “Scheduled Tournaments” lobby and get ready to take part for your cut of over $2,000,000.

Bodog's Weekly $100,000 Guaranteed Tournament

Bodog's Weekly $100,000 Guaranteed Tournament

Every Sunday afternoon at 4 PM ET, Bodog hosts its largest weekly tournament, where a guaranteed prize pool of at least $100,000 is up for grabs. What makes it even better is that you can qualify for as little as $1, thanks to an aggressive schedule that enables every player to get in on the action. You can even use your Poker Points to qualify!
 
How can you get in for less? There are four simple ways, here is the break down on how you can get in:
 
1.  Cheap Seat Tournaments ($1 + $0) are run three times a day and for every $17 in the prize pool, one player wins a ticket into any semifinal for the $100K Guaranteed.
 
2.  Special Qualifier Tournaments are hosted once a week and feature a $18 + $1.80 buy-in that allows you to play for one of 30 or 50 tournament tickets for the $100K Guaranteed.
 
3.  Semifinal tournaments start as low as $7 and one player in every $162 in the prize pool wins a tournament ticket. There's a semifinal running every day, which means you can get in on the action right away.
 
4.  On Sunday, Bodog runs a series of last-chance qualifiers that feature buy-ins for as low as $7 + $.70, which means that you can wrap up your entire tournament journey in a day.
 
With the top spot getting a minimum payout of $20,000, it's easy to see why these are some of the most popular online poker tournaments.  If you want to just dive in, you can buy directly into the event for $150+$12.
 
Feel up the challenge? Want more information? Visit Bodog's $100K Guaranteed Poker Tournament page and get all the details right from the source.