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Updated Thu, 2008-07-17 12:02

Bodog’s bad beat bonus: yet another reason to join

Bodog Poker Promotion

Deposit Bonus:
50% up to $250

Bonus Code:

US Accepted
Every poker player has had bad beats. These nasty buggers are just as much part of the game as anything else. Some people learn to cope with bad beats, others go on tilt every time they get hit. The stronger the hand they lose on, the more likely they are to tilt. Bodog decided to take the tilt out of extreme bad beats. How? Simply by offering players who suffer such bad beats an extremely generous reward. Whatever blinds/limits you play on, if you Lady Luck decides to make fun of you, Bodog comes to the rescue with a 100X the Big Blind reward, up to a maximum of $1,000.

I order to be eligible for this special bonus which requires no redemption, you must lose on a boat of Aces full of Kings. Losing on anything weaker is not going to qualify. Tournament play doesn’t qualify either. You have to lose at a cash table to get the bonus. Other conditions are: you have to use both your pocket cards in the losing hand to qualify. If the hand that you lose on doesn’t have at least 3 more players dealt in, you will not qualify (playing at a full ring table will most probably deal with that problem). The hands involved need to see a showdown. (you cannot just fold your boat on a small pot to win more on the bonus).

It is absolutely forbidden to discuss your hands with other people around the table and instruct them what to do in order to take down the bonus. Needless to say, if you’re caught doing this you’ll forfeit your bonus.

Only Texas Holdem cash tables qualify for this promotion. When you have your bad beat, you need to contact Bodog support within 48 hours with the hand-number, or you’ll lose your bonus. Only the loser of the hand is eligible for any money in this promotion, none of the other participants in the hand.

The big blind taken as base for the calculation of the bonus is the one paid in the hand in which the bad beat occurred.

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