Bovada This Week
Only a little over a week remains to qualify for $6K package to WPT Montreal.
Through November 3, you can play in daily qualifiers or buy in to a satellite to win the coveted prize package that includes the $3,850 Main Event buy-in, $2,159 for travel and hotel, and Bovada Swag Bag.
Qualifiers are running daily and start at as low as $0.66. You can also buy in directly into any of the satellites that will be offered on two more days: Monday, October 28 and Sunday, November 3.
Buy-ins to satellites start at $16.50 and go all the way up to $325.
Check out the full qualifying and satellite schedule here.
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Carbon Poker Promotions
Here are just a few of the many ongoing promotions at Carbon Poker.
200% Bonus on the Initial Deposit
By using bonus code CARBONPK you can earn 200% on your first deposit of up to $2,500. That’s up to $5,000 in free cash!
Opting into this promotion, you will receive 1.5x the Reward Points on all action Monday through Friday between 10:00 AM and 3:00 PM server time.
Step and Go
This unique program will allow you to work your way up the ladder for a shot at turning $1.10 into $250 in cash.
For a full list of promotional offers and to download the Carbon Poker software, visit here.
Golden Nugget Receives Approval to Offer Online Poker in NJ
Following an announcement to launch internet poker in the state on November 26, New Jersey regulators have already started handing out operator’s licenses.
Joining Borgata, who received approval a week ago, Golden Nugget Atlantic City Casino has also secured the right to offer poker and other casino games online.
The casino’s partner Bally Technologies will develop the software to run the site.
Online expansion of its gaming industry is a full-on strategy of this state who has seen its casino revenues drop from $5.2 billion in 2006 to less than $3 billion last year. New Jersey is also currently lobbying authorization to offer sports betting at the federal level.
According to the estimates, the size of the online poker market alone in the state could be as much as $65 million in the first year of operation.