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Bodog’s Beginner Poker Tournaments Produce More Winners

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Most brand new players who are starting off on their poker tournament journey think the road is laced with toll booths. If you believe everything you hear, you may be afraid to start playing poker for real money because you can’t afford to ‘pay the price’ to learn the game. Don’t believe it – you won’t have to spend a fortune to play tournaments – especially if you play at Bodog Poker!

Bodog Poker has a huge variety of poker tournaments that will get you started on successful tournament play and they are famous for their pay-out structure. Typical poker tournaments have a structure that only pays out around the top 8% to 15% of finishers, with the majority of players walking away empty handed. What that means to you is – you must last longer that 85% to 92% of your opponents to win any cash in most tournaments offered online. This is a huge hurdle to jump for all poker players, but especially to those just starting to play online poker tournaments. Entering several tournaments and not finishing in the money can be a constant drain on the bankroll and could see you sidelined until you can reload your poker account.

Bodog Poker understands this problem and they want all players, even beginners, to be able to enjoy the excitement of tournament poker without sending them into a financial spiral downwards. That is why Bodog has a huge selection of Beginner Tournaments, where players have up to twice the opportunity to make it into the money and build their bankroll - instead of bleeding it dry. Bodog’s Beginner Tournaments have low buy-ins and a prize structure where up to twice as many players are paid than in typical tournaments. This gives tournament players a better shot to make the money more often and winning more often is a welcome shot of adrenalin to any poker player’s bankroll.

Bodog Poker’s Beginner Sit n Go Tournaments which are listed in the Lobby under the ‘Sit and Go Tournaments’ tab run 24/7 with buy-ins of $2.20, $4.40, $8.80 and $17.60.  Sit n Gos start as soon as 10 players buy in and sit down at the table – so when you are ready, just open a table and click on an empty seat to play! And to sweeten the deal, these Beginner Sit n Go tournaments pay 50% of the players, compared to a 30% pay-out rate in Bodog’s standard Sit n Go tournaments. That means out of 10 players, five players will win money!

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If you have more time to devote to playing a tournament, try the Beginner Scheduled Tournaments at Bodog. These tournaments are scheduled to run at a specific time each day and can be found in the Lobby listed under the "Scheduled Tournaments" tab. Registration opens two hours prior to the tournament start time. After you register; two minutes prior to ‘Seating’ you will be placed at a table randomly along with the other registered players. A fantastic deal is the $5,000 Guaranteed (GTD) Beginner tournament that kicks off daily at 4:30 PM ET where the buy-in is only $4+$0.40 for 1,500 chips, giving you plenty of play time. Play good and often because twice as many players will make the money in this tournament as compared to Bodog’s regular $5k GTD tournament!

The next time you feel like jumping in a tournament, scope out the Beginner Tournaments at Bodog Poker - where you have twice as many chances of winning cash!

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