Yup, it's that time of the week, and the weeks are beginning to grow short. Come one, come all, to the Bodog Blogger Tournament Series!
Join up and challenge other Poker Bloggers each Tuesday in our Bodog Poker Room and live to tell about it. Earn points and work your way up the Tournament Leader Board for a spot in the final tournament for your chance to win a $12,000 World Series of Poker* prize package and be a part of Team Bodog 2008.
The winner of the final tournament will receive a once in a lifetime opportunity to win a $12,000 WSOP* prize package and be a part of Team Bodog 2008.
How to Participate
This tournament is open to poker bloggers worldwide. Players must have a Bodog Member Player Account to register.
If you are new to Bodog, please sign up at http://poker.bodoglife.com/
Players are then required to go to http://www.bodoglife.com/promotions/poker/blogger-tournament/ and sign in with their Bodog account information in the upper right hand corner. Once this is completed, they must then click on "REGISTER NOW" to register themselves into the tournament series. Bloggers will each have to do this once in order to play in the series. Once this is done, they then need to find the "Online Poker Blogger Tournament" in the software and register as they normally would each and every week.
Players are encouraged to register early. If you need assistance with signing up for the tournament or with starting a Bodog member player account, please call Bodog's Poker Customer Service at 1-866-909-2237 or contact us prior to start time at http://www.bodogbloggertournament.com/contact
Tournament prizes, leader board and tournament schedule available at http://www.bodoglife.com/promotions/poker/blogger-tournament/
And don't forget, Buddy Dank Radio is broadcasting from the Bodonkey tonight. But hey, it gets even better for good 'ol BDR.
Also, don't forget about Chad's ongoing Blogger Skillz Series, a rotation of non-NLHE tournaments with double-stacks and $2 KO bounties. I have no idea what tonight's game is, and I have yet to register myself, but I have no doubt most of the field has again put away their fold buttons, which means you can expect the same play quality as I found at the Bit on Saturday. Might be fun and profitable nonetheless, if you can avoid 632,497 suckout opportunities.