|Written by Mick Bergen|
|Wednesday, 07 March 2012 14:23|
Are you looking for some quality poker tournaments with low buy-ins and a $750,000 guaranteed prize pool? Then join Bovada today as the Black Diamond Poker Open (BDPO) is now running from March 5th to the 18th with satellites for as low as $1 and will then feature the Championship Series from March 19th to April 1st. The BDPO poker tournament at Bovada will have a running length of 8-weeks and will host Texas Holdem, 7-card stud along with knockout and shootout games for a total of 52 events. USA poker players are welcome and all new depositing accounts will receive a $100 welcome bonus, 6-exclusive qualifiers for the $100,000 guaranteed tournament held on Sunday's and earn up to $60 in blackjack chips for playing in the casino. The winner of the first ever main event in the Black Diamond Poker Open, will take home a minimum prize of $50,000 and $5,000 Championship watch with accomplishment engraving.
Does it sound like a poker tournament that interests you? Then make sure you get your cut; here's how the BDPO satellite tournaments work. Play all the way for $1 + $0.10 with a cheap seat entry or win a satellite with a $25 +$2.50 entry or buy directly into the Black Diamond Poker Open main event for $250 +$20. Bovada will also host four Super Saturday events with a Contender Series $25,000 guaranteed on March 18th at 5pm EST with a buy-in of $50 + $5 along with a Contender Series second chance $10,000 guaranteed at 7:00pm EST for $30 + $3. The Championship Series will feature a $250,000 guaranteed on April 1st at 4:00pm EST with a direct buy-in of $425 + $25 and a BDPO second chance $25,000 guaranteed at 7:00pm EST with a buy-in of $150 + $12. Be sure to open a new account at Bovada where US poker players are welcomed and receive a 100% bonus up to $1,000 for playing online poker tournaments for as little as $1!
Black Diamond Poker Open Schedule
Contender Series - $100K Guaranteed
Championship Series - $600K Guaranteed
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|Last Updated on Wednesday, 07 March 2012 14:46|