Thursday, 24 December 2009
Everyone is feeling a little festive over Christmas. This applies to online poker site Bodog, too.
Ending on December 27, the promotion has already given away Sony Bravia 52" HDTV, a Sony Home Theatre system, a Sony PlayStation 3 and a TomTom GPS system. Playing hands at Bodog leads to the accumulation of Bodog points – for every 25 and 75 points that you earn, you are entered into a draw for great prizes and cash. Bodog has also handed out 25 seats to their weekly $100,000 guaranteed tournament. On Monday, more seats will be given out to the tournament as well as two more Sony Bravia HDTVs, a Sony Vaio Desktop Computer, a Samsung 55" LED LCD TV, a Sony HD Camcorder and a Canon PowerShot camera.
The Winter Poker Championship Seefeld 2017 is set to run from February 16 to February 26 and online poker players are being offered the chance to win a prize package into the Austrian tournament series’ main event for as little as $3.30.
Christmas is just around the corner and Juicy Stakes and Intertops Poker are getting into the holiday spirit by offering online poker players the chance to double one re-load deposit up to $100.
Juicy Stakes has announced the launch of a series of daily freeroll online poker tournaments that will award players with spots into special weekly games featuring prize pools of up to $300.
Four online poker players that won prize packages into the $2,400 main event of the PPC Aruba World Championship 2016 courtesy of Intertops Poker and Juicy Stakes are on their way to the Caribbean this weekend and will be joined by vlogger ‘TheTrooper97’.
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