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The next tournament in our exclusive Bodog $100,000 Satellite Series starts Saturday, May 21, at 2100 EDT (May 22, 0100 GMT). We have ten $162 tickets to the Bodog $100k Guaranteed up for grabs. All you need to play in this and four more identical freerolls is download Bodog through PokerNews and deposit a minimum of $20.

Time is running out to qualify for the next of five freeroll to win tickets (worth $162 each) to the Bodog $100,000 Guaranteed tournament. The next freeroll is Saturday, May 21, at 2100 EDT (May 22, 0100 GMT). If you win one of the 10 tokens up for grabs, you could be playing in the Bodog $100,000 Guaranteed tomorrow.

To play download Bodog Poker via PokerNews and make a deposit of $20 or more. This will make you eligible for every freeroll left in this series and you don’t even need to play a single hand of poker to qualify. Existing PokerNews referred Bodog Poker players are also welcome to play as long as they have deposited at least $20 in the lifetime of their account.

Each satellite awards ten seats to the Bodog $100,000 Guaranteed tournament. If you win your seat this weekend, nothing stops you from playing all the other events to play for more tickets.

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May 21
June 4, 18
July 2, 16

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