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Updated Mon, 2008-05-12 04:23

Bodog Poker - 100% reload bonus

Bodog Poker Promotion


Deposit Bonus:
50% up to $250

Bonus Code:
Automatic

US Accepted
Bodog’s first deposit bonus is a very tricky one, in a good way though. Once you sign up and make your first deposit, you receive a 100% match on your bonus, which is transferred to your real money account right away. You still need to unlock it before cash-out, but it’s there and you can play with it.

I made my first deposit at Bodog after having won a freeroll there for about $250. (they have some excellent EV freerolls running, several times a day). They needed me to make a deposit so they could check the account I wanted to withdraw the money to. I deposited $200, withdrew the whole $450, and I remained with a $20 in my account: the bonus. That was a nice surprise, and because I couldn’t withdraw it, I began playing. I pretty soon lost it all, (I threw it away basically, I didn’t play seriously), and went back to the occasional freerolls. After 30 days, I got an email from Bodog that my $70 was waiting for me in my account. I first thought it was mistake, and ran some research on it, to find out that they’d given me another bonus based on the poker points I generated during those 30 days. I took the $70 to their STT tables and now I have $240 in my account again.

For every 10 poker points you generate during the first 30 days after you’ve made your deposit, you get a $1 bonus up to a 100% of your initial deposit. The interesting thing is, at Bodog, you earn poker points in freerolls and even in play money games, and you get rewarded for those points as well. If you make a second deposit now, you’ll get the same bonus on that too (minus the initial 10%). Reloading has never been more rewarding at Bodog than it is these days.

For every raked pot you get a poker point, and for every dollar paid out in tourney fees you get three. In addition to that, you get a poker point for every hour spent playing at their tables (yes, the play money ones too).


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