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  • Bodog Poker Offering $15K Free roll to Celebrate 15 Year Anniversary

    Monday, September 21st, 2009 by t2admin

Online poker room Bodog Poker is celebrating fifteen years in operation and to thank their customers the online poker room is hosting a 15 Days of Poker Tournament Series. Players will find a series of 15 qualifying tournaments which will all come down to a final free roll event on October 15th where players will be able to battle it out for their share of the $15,000 prize pool.

The 15 Days of Poker Tournament series began on September 15th and will continue until Monday October 5th. Each of the qualifying tournaments will begin at 8:15 pm EST and will have buy-ins ranging from just $5 to $15. Several Texas hold’em formats will be offered including Pot Limit, No Limit, Fixed Limit, Turbo events, super-turbo events as well as re-buy events.
Prizes for the qualifying tournaments will be awarded in the same manner as regular Bodog tournaments except the top 30% of finishers will earn Tournament Leader Board Points. The points system will determine which players will earn a spot in the final $15,000 free roll.

October 8th will see the Semi Final Tournament with players who finished in 16th through 115th during the 15 Days of Poker leader board as well as those who competed in at least 10 qualifying events. The top fifteen of the Semi Final earn an automatic entry into the free roll.

Players who finish in 1st through 15th on the tournament leader board as well as those who competed in at least 15 will also be automatically playing in the $15,000 Free Roll Tournament.
“For 15 years, Bodog has been a leader in the online gambling industry, giving players a superior gaming experience while awarding billions in prizes,” says Bodog Poker Pro David Williams. “And Bodog’s 15 Days of Poker tournament series gives online poker players a fun and profitable way to celebrate this colossal achievement with Bodog.”
 

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