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The summer is heating up in Atlantic City thanks to the return of the Borgata Summer Open at the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa from July 12-29 where almost $3 million in guaranteed prizes are on the line across 20 action-packed tournaments.

The series kicks off with Event #1: $1 Million Borgata Deep Stack Kick Off No Limit Hold'em Event, where players will pony-up a $560 buy-in and have plenty of chances to build a huge stack with five opening days on July 12-14. Surviving players will unite to complete on July 15-16 until a winner is declared.

Also with a $1 million guarantee is Event #15: $2,700 Borgata Championship No Limit Hold'em from July 24-28. The poker festival also features many other tournaments with buy-ins as low as $230.

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If your target tournament is a little too expensive for your bankroll, rest assured you will have plenty of chances to qualify in for the tournament you wish to play at the New Jersey regulated online poker room

You do not need to be a resident of the Garden State in order to play at this online poker room, just merely be within the borders of the state while you are playing.

If you need an account, we have you covered with a great welcome package! Sign-up to through our links and you will instantly receive $10 in free cash and a $10 poker bonus with no deposit required. If you read on, you can learn how to use this free money to potentially attend the 2016 Borgata Summer Open without dipping into your wallet!

When you are ready to make a deposit, it will be 100 percent matched up to $600 giving you a supersized bankroll before you even get started playing.

Once you have your account open, simply choose among the many satellites listed below to win a seat to the biggest events on the schedule.

1) Satellite to Event #1: $560 Borgata Deep Stack Kick Off: Every day at 7:30 p.m. from now until July 13, is hosting a $45 buy-in satellite where one of every 14 players will win a seat to the opening event where at least $1 million in guaranteed prizes will be awarded.

Additionally, four-times a day at 2:30 p.m, 5:30 p.m., 8:30 p.m., and 10:30 p.m., you can play in a $5 sub-satellite where one in 10 players will win a ticket to any $45 buy-in Borgata Poker Open satellite including this one.

2) Satellite to Event #10: $450 Almighty Stack No Limit Hold'em: From July 14-19, you can win a ticket to Event #10 taking place on July 19-22, which features a huge $300,000 guaranteed prize pool in $45 satellites running daily at 7:30 p.m. One in every 11 players in each tournament will win a seat giving you great odds to get there without paying the full freight.

You can also qualify into these satellites through any $5 sub-satellite mentioned above to get in on the action even cheaper.

3) Satellite to Event #15: $2,700 Borgata Championship No Limit Hold'em: We imagine that a $2,700 might be too expensive for many of you, so listen up. You have eight chances to win a package valued at $3,000, which includes a seat to the premier event and $300 in cash to be used for hotel accommodations, in $400 satellites running at 7:45 p.m. on July 9-10, July 15-17, and July 22-24.

The $400 buy-in might already be too expensive for your tastes, which is why is hosting six $45 sub-satellites at 8:15 p.m. on July 8-9, July 15-16, and July 22-23. Additionally, you can win a seat to these tournaments through the $5 sub-satellites running four times a day.

With so much money on the line in the 2016 Borgata Summer Open, can you really afford to be on the sidelines? Sign-up to today to get started on your path to head to New Jersey's biggest summer poker festival for just $5!

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