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Bovada Holiday Series Running Until January 7

Written By: Maya Michaels | January 1, 2021 | Posted In Poker News

Bovada Poker is hosting its biggest Holiday Series ever, with $3.1 million in total guarantees.

The action kicked off on Saturday, December 26 and runs until Thursday, January 7, with a series schedule that boasts 63 events.

Every Sunday you can take part in the Holiday Series Special, a $150+$12 buy-in event with a $221,000 guarantee. There’s also the $121,000 guaranteed $300+$25 high rollers.

The highlight of the series is the $121,212 guaranteed main event, which has a buy-in of $250+$20. The tournament starts Sunday, Jan. 3 at 5:20 ET, and players have the option of re-entering twice.

Of course, qualifiers are already running which allow players to win their seat for as low as $2.20. Those with shorter bankrolls can also look forward to the $2,021 guaranteed Micro Roller event on Jan. 5, also featuring a $2.20 buy-in.

Bovada Poker features a fast, smooth interface, and users also enjoy the site’s easy-to-use mobile feature which allows players to get their online poker fix from their smartphone or tablet.

With Bovada’s anonymous tables, you don’t have to worry about your opponents tracking your playing style. You’ll start with a clean slate every time you sit down to play.

If you like action, make sure to try out Zone Poker. You no longer have to wait while other players at the table finish out a hand. Every time you fold at a Zone Poker table, you’ll automatically be moved to a new table with new players to be dealt a brand new hand. You can even double up with a second Zone Poker entry and play two tables at once.

Bovada’s software has many other features, such as all-in percentages, table customization options, hand history viewer, and even a rabbit cam, which allows players to know what the next card would have been even after folding.

Don’t wait! Sign up today for Bovada and get started with a 100 percent deposit bonus up to $500.

Bovada Poker is available for all U.S. players, except those in Nevada, New Jersey, Delaware, or Maryland.

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