Bovada's Black Diamond Poker Open Kicks Off Sunday
Two Tournament Series Will Feature $850,000 In Guarantees
Bovada’s Black Diamond Poker Open is back and bigger than ever before, with over $850,000 in guaranteed prizing. Running from Feb. 10 to Mar. 24, this year’s BDPO gives you plenty of ways to cash in, with over 2,000 qualifiers and a total of 86 Contender Series and Championship Series events.
Offering a number of different poker game types, such as no-limit hold’em, stud or Omaha, you’ll be sure to find some action that will get you excited. Whether you’re a micro to mid-stakes player, or prefer the thrills of high-stakes action, the BDPO has something for everyone, with qualifiers starting for as little as $1. Click here for a look at the schedule.
There’s over $250,000 in guaranteed prizes for this year’s Championship Series Main Event, with the winner taking home at least $50,000, as well as an engraved $5,000 Championship Watch.
The Black Diamond Poker Open is the most famed and reputable poker tournament series found online today, and with this much guaranteed cash up for grabs, it’s sure to create tons of exciting action. Join Bovada today and take part in this year’s Black Diamond Poker Open for your shot at fame and fortune.
If you’d like to compete, but don’t have a Bovada account, click on the banner below. Card Player readers are eligible for a deposit bonus of 100 percent up to $1,000. In March, keep your eye out for a Card Player hosted freeroll for readers into Bovada’s Championship Series.
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