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    Thursday, April 17th, 2008 by t2admin

Bodog Poker’s popular Player’s Choice qualifiers is giving players the chance to win a seat to a live event and more importantly the company is offering you the choice of which event you want to play in. Win your seat via Bodog Poker and you can pick between the 2008 World Series of Poker Main Event, 2008 Grand Prix de Paris and the Legends of Poker among other elite tournaments.

To win your ticket start qualifying through one of the poker room’s daily events which start as low as $1 or by redeeming your frequent player points. The Point Buy-in qualifiers are scheduled each day and will run up to 1000 points to enter. If you would prefer to win your way direct, the Player’s Choice Semi Final is available at a cost of $270 and guarantees at least one winner will be sent to the live event of their choice.

Each Player’s Choice Package is valued at $12,000 and consists of a $10K buy-in to the tournament of choice along with $2,000 for travel and expenses. You will also choose which event you wish to enter as long as the total buy-in does not exceed a value of $10,000 US. Bodog Life Poker will also provide you with an exclusive gear bag stacked with Bodog apparel and goodies.

The list below features all the land based events players will be able to choose from as part of their package;

World Series of Poker Circuit Event

Caesars Palace
Las Vegas, Nevada
April 29-May 1, 2008

2008 Grand Prix de Paris

Aviation Club de France
Paris, France
Final Table-May 18, 2008

World Series of Poker Circuit Event

Harrah’s New Orleans
New Orleans, Louisiana
Final Table-May 21, 2008

World Series of Poker Main Event

The Rio
Las Vegas, Nevada
July 3-16, 2008

Legends of Poker

The Bicycle Casino
Bell Garden, Ca (LA)
Aug 23-29, 2008

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