• WSOP 2014 - Discover Your Options
    The World Series of Poker transforms Vegas into the ultimate party every year, and Bodog wants you to be in the middle of all the action. Play poker from April 14 to June 22 and you could be revelling in the Vegas mayhem this summer. The World Series runs at the Rio Hotel and Casino from May 27 to July 14. It all leads up to the world famous Main Event starting July 5, where the winner will score at least $10 million and become this year’s world champion of poker.      To help you line up your winning hand and get to Vegas, we’re awarding $12K Main Event Packages, which include the $10K Main Event buy-in and $2K for travel expenses. We’re also giving away $3K Vegas Prize Packages which... [read-more]
  • Poker Tournament Strategy
    Poker is a game where the play ebbs, flows, and moves among the participants with the occasional spurt and dive thrown in for flavor. You need to keep that in mind when you’re playing in a tournament. Focusing too much on any one hand can leave you losing the war before you even get in the money. Patience wins the day and you want to avoid becoming a statistic when you’re playing in an event. Yes, you should play aggressively but never too fast, because you will wear yourself out too quickly. Flashy play and pointless hammering on hands that don’t win you very much in the end are not conducive to winning the event. The battles for individual hands don’t matter in... [read-more]
  • Sit 'n go strategy
    When you’re in the early stages of a sit and go online poker tournament, there are three words you need to keep in mind: tight is right. Online poker is filled with more aggressive players, and sit and go tournaments are no exception. For the maniacs who go all-in early and often knock each other out during the first three blind levels, let them be. In fact, at lower-level sit and go tournaments, it’s not uncommon to find a player within sight of the money without ever making a significant bet thanks to these players. Even though blinds are relatively low when compared to your chip stack, you should avoid limping in with marginal hands when you’re playing in a sit and go’s early stages. You... [read-more]

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