Bovada Poker’s Black Diamond Poker Open $700,000 Championship Satellites On Now

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With the first half of Bovada Poker’s two-part Black Diamond Poker Open behind us — the $150,000 guaranteed Contender Series — the second and much bigger half is just ahead — the $700,000 guaranteed Championship Series.

Bovada Poker’s 2nd Black Diamond Poker Open (or BDPO2) runs from March 10 to 24 and consists of 14 events in all different styles and variants of poker, including No Limit, Pot Limit and Fixed Limit; Hold’em, Omaha, and Stud; knockout, turbo, rebuy, and 6-handed events.

Qualifiers into BDPO2 satellite tournaments cost as little as $1 + $0.10 to enter. The BDPO2 satellites themselves cost as little as $3 + $0.30 to enter. Just keep in mind that payers can only win a single entry into any given BDPO2 event and there’s no alternative value to redeem for additional satellite wins.

And on Saturday, March 23, Bovada Poker holds Super Saturday Satellite Day with satellites into the Sunday, March 24 main event running all day long. That main event has a $425 + $25 buy-in and offers up a $250,000 guaranteed prize pool.

On weekdays during the two-week series, Bovada Poker will hold three BDPO2 tournaments per day: at 9:02 am, 8:02 pm, and 10:02 pm. On weekends during this period, the site will hold 4 BDPO2 tournaments per day: at 10:02 am, 2:02 pm, 5:02 pm, and 8:02 pm.

In addition to their cash prizes, all the winners of Bovada Poker Black Diamond Poker Open II tournaments will have their names posted on the website.