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Fall’s here, the leaves are starting to turn and everyone’s going back to school. That’s all good, but let’s talk about the more important things: football and poker.
Starting September 16th and running throughout the regular football season, Bovada Poker is celebrating the return of the game with a special football-centric tournament at 8:05PM each and every Sunday until December 23rd, 2012.
If you’re already a Bovada Poker player, just go to the “Scheduled Tournaments” section of the software and find the “Sunday Night Football Tournament” event to register for the tournament. You’ll need the password FOOTBALL12 to get in on the action, but then you’re on your way with a buy-in of just $5+.50.
The top 20% of players in each event get paid out and in addition to their share of the prize pool, the first place finisher receives a buy-in for Bovada’s weekly $100,000 guaranteed poker tournament. Second and third place receive cash and a buy-in for one of the $100,000 guaranteed qualifying tournaments. In addition, the top ten finishers from each week get entry into the invite-only final private $2,500 freeroll that wraps up the event on December 30th. The private freeroll is only open to the top ten finishers from the individual events or those who participate in every weekly Bovada Sunday Night Football poker tournament.
How It Works
If you’re not already playing at Bovada, now’s a great time to get started. With a 100% deposit bonus of up to $1,000 in the poker room and the best player support in the business, it’s easy to see why they’ve become the place to play for US online poker players. Bovada goes above and beyond the rest, offering tournaments and cash games for every size bankroll and software for both the Mac and PC.
Want more than just poker? New accounts that make a deposit can also get a free sports bet of up to $250.
Enter Bovada’s Sunday Night Football Poker Tournament!
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