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Win NHL Tickets With Canada’s Game At Bodog

Running until December 8, Bodog is offering a new “Canada’s Game” promotion. Enter now for your chance to earn cash bonuses and 1 of 4 grand prizes, a $2,000 Hockey Prize Package.

$2,000 Hockey Prize Package:
– Two tickets to an NHL game
– Spending money for travel and accommodations
– Two Bodog hockey jerseys

The Grand Prize draws will run every two weeks on Monday, October 28, November 11, 25, and December 9.

NOTE: You must be subscribed to promotional emails to be eligible for this bonus. Confirm your subscription now.

You can also earn cash bonuses every week based on the levels below:

Level 1:
– Earn 15 Poker Points per day on four days in one week to get a $15 Bonus.
– Earn 15 Poker Points per day on all seven days of one week to get a $25 Bonus.

Level 2:
– Earn 30 Poker Points per day on four days in one week to get a $30 Bonus.
– Earn 30 Poker Points per day on all seven days of one week to get a $50 Bonus.

For more information, including how to enter the Grand Prize draw, click here.

14th Annual Canadian Poker Championships Results

Last week Edmonton’s Casino Yellowhead Pure Poker Room played host to the 14th Annual Canadian Poker Championships, where almost 750 players competed for over $380,000 in prize money across 6 events.

Richard Jones took $46,100 for winning the $1000 Main Event, beating out a field of 169 players. He defeated Calvin “X” Anderson heads up for the title.

Check out the results below to see who won each event.

Event #1: $300 + $30 NLHE
1st. Dave McLeod – $9,000

Event #2: $300 + $30 PLO
1st. Dave Edward – $9,250

Event #3: $500 + $50 6-Max NLHE
1st. Quentin S – $12,080

Event #4: $400 + $40 Bounty NLHE
1st. Michael Murphy – $12,000

Event #5: $500 + $50 NLHE
1st. Jimmy Lee – $17,000

Event #6: $1000 + $100 + 10 Bounty NLHE
1st. Richard Jones – $46,100

The Blue Water Classic XVI

Where: OLG Casino Point Edward – Point Edward, Ontario
When: October 23, 24, 25 at 6:00 p.m.
Buy-in: $600.00

Three days of qualifying rounds on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday will see 8 players or less advance to the Saturday Finals, which will seat a maximum of 24 players. Saturday’s “Final Showdown” will begin at 2:00 pm. The prize-pool is expected to be at least $100,000.

WSOP Circuit Changes Course From Montreal to Gatineau

Where: Casino du Lac-Leamy – Gatineau (Near Ottawa), Quebec
When: November 13 to November 24

The WSOP recently announced a change for one of the venues in the newest circuit event schedule. Originally announced to take place at the Casino de Montréal the events will now be taking place at Casino du Lac-Leamy in Gatineau, which is just across the river from Ottawa.

WPT Montreal Main Event

Where: Playground Poker Club – Montreal, Quebec
When: November 29 to December 5

After the successful $3000+300 WPT Montreal event in November 2012 event, which drew nearly 1,200 players, The World Poker Tour has decided to run two WPT events in Montreal this year. The first, featuring a buy-in of $3,500+$350, is the fully televised PartyPoker sponsored WPT Montreal Main Event. At last year’s event, a field of almost 1200 players battled it out for a first-place prize of nearly $800,000.

Party Poker Qualifiers: Every Sunday at 3:30pm ET is a $300 buy-in, 3 seat guaranteed satellite tournament. Super satellites and other satellites are also available.