Four New Languages Introduced to the Titan Bet Guide for Football Betting

Posted by Gambling News | Sports Betting News | Monday 10 May 2010 4:35 pm

In response to Titan Bet’s growing international betting audience, four new languages have been added to the Titan Bet World Cup guide. The new languages include French, Italian, Spanish and German, and come as a highly valued feature to Titan Bet players across Europe who will now be able to further enjoy football betting in the comfort of their native languages.

Titan Bet‘s World Cup guide offers bettors detailed information on all 32 World Cup teams, and is saturated with valuable football betting tips, "Top 10s" highlights and insightful trivia. Players can leverage this wide range of data to make educated predictions on the 64 matches of the South Africa 2010 event. The final game, slated for July 11, 2010, is expected to attract an unprecedented amount of participants in online sports betting.

As one of the fastest growing sportsbooks online, Titan Bet stands among the lead sportsbooks for the 2010 World Cup. "We always look to bring our players the best service available and this comprehensive football betting webzine is another example of Titan Bet’s commitment to it’s international audience. Adding new languages is key to increasing customer satisfaction, and at the same time, increasing our reach in the market." commented Euro Partners Marketing VP, Marc Kenigsberg.

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Bodog Poker Room Wants You To Qualify for the 2010 World Series of Poker

Posted by Gambling News | Poker News | Saturday 1 May 2010 10:46 am

Bodog Poker wants to send you to the 2010 World Series of Poker* in Las Vegas, NV. Four lucky players have already earned their selves a $12,000 prize package, including a $10,000 buy-in to the 2010 WSOP* Main Event. The next opportunity for players to win their way into the World Series Main Event is a big one. On Sunday, May 2 at 4:35pm ET, Bodog.com Poker will be running a $470+$30 buy-in satellite where another 10 Guaranteed Main Event seats will be up for grabs.

"I’ve proudly worn the red and black of Bodog Poker since signing on with them in 2005, and I can say from years of firsthand experience that there is no better way to experience the WSOP* than as a member of Team Bodog," says Bodog Poker Pro Evelyn Ng. "Most rooms will get you to Vegas and buy you into the Main Event, but that’s about it. With Bodog you’ll get your travel, accommodations and World Series Main Event buy-in covered, as well as some spending cash, loads of Bodog swag, a dedicated Team Bodog player handler to ensure you’re always well taken care of, and an invitation to the exclusive annual Bodog Poker Players & Pros Social – which has proven to be a uniquely amazing and memorable experience each and every year."

On April 25, Bodog Poker held its first Main Event Satellite of the year where four players – Andrew "Longhorn_99" S., Tay "Huestertay" N., Matt "farmslicer7" F. and Nandit "Riyan" M. – earned $12,000 World Series Main Event prize packages. Those four players got especially lucky as the first Main Event Satellite had a more than $10,000 overlay. On Sunday, May 2 at 4:35pm ET Bodog.com Poker will run its second Main Event Satellite, where an even bigger overlay is expected, giving players huge value for their buy-in buck as the satellite will put another 10 Guaranteed World Series Main Event seats up for grabs.

At Bodog, Poker players also have the ability to choose how they get into any of this year’s 10 Main Event Satellites. Players can buy directly in to a satellite for $470+$30, can earn a seat in the satellite by winning a $50+$5 Main Event Semi-Final, or can start with any number of $1+$0 Cheap Seat tournaments and work their way up to the Main Event satellite.

To learn more about how you could earn a seat in the 2010 World Series of Poker* Main Event through Bodog Poker, visit Bodog Poker website.

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