Bovada Poker King of the Felt Promotion
See how long your reign will last!
Bovada is giving its players a bonus for playing sit-and-go tournaments. Place in sit-and-gos for a shot at a $1,000 heads-up prize and $2,500 in weekly freerolls.
To be eligible you have to place and be paid in three sit-and-go tournaments in one week. When you do, you’ll get one entry in the weekly draw. Place in more sit-and-go tournaments in a week and get entry to King of the Felt freerolls.
If you win the draw and beat the reigning king, you’ll get $1,000 and continue to play heads-up matches against challengers week after week. The longer you reign as king, the more prizes you’ll get. Win 10 consecutive matches and win a seat to the 2012 World Series of Poker Main Event.
About Bovada Poker
Bodog started as a sportsbook in 1994 and expanded its gaming empire to poker with the opening of the Bodog poker room in 2004. Near the end of 2011, the site renamed itself Bovada. The site sponsors some of the game’s top pros, but Bovada has become even more noteworthy for its generous overlay tournaments — including the flagship $100,000 guarantee on Sundays. If you like the idea of bad-beat jackpots or royal-flush jackpots, Bodog has you covered. The state-of-the-art site also provides players with Poker Points, in an effort to show loyalty to customers — not to mention awarding the chance to play in the World Series of Poker main event in 2012 as part of Bovada’s King of the Felt promotion. Action is always fun and exciting on Bovada.
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