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Poker in the Park Returns for Third Year

Poker in the Park Returns for Third YearQuickly becoming an annual tradition for British poker enthusiasts, the Poker in the Park festival has been announced as scheduled for its third consecutive year. Set to take place this August, Poker in the Park III will bring back the same festivities and gaming events that have helped to make the event such a success in the past.

Poker in the Park will again be sponsored by
Bluff Europe and a host of eleven leading pub leagues including Red Tooth Poker, Big Time Poker League, Masters Poker League, and These sponsors will band together to offer two days full of traditional poker play and an enormous turbo sit-and-go game. The massive SNG will allow up to 80 players at a time to compete every hour in events sponsored directly by each of the participating pub leagues. Spectators will be able to watch the action from Leicester Square where a giant television screen will broadcast the sit-and-go gameplay.

The events will play out over two days at and around London’s Leicester Square. The first day, Thursday August 13
th will run from five o’clock in the afternoon until nine thirty at night before picking up again on Friday August 14th from noon until nine thirty. Thousands of poker fans are expected to be in attendance again late this summer and the return of pub league sponsors should ensure that Poker in the Park III is no less of a hit than its proven itself in its previous two years. 

This is a link to the official Poker in the Park Website

This is a link to the Bluff Website

Stewart Cink wins the 138th British Open at Turnberry

Cink Open Golf
It was a mixed day at Turnberry which saw Tom Watson needing a par 4 on the 18th hole to pick up his sixth Open Championship, and second at Turnberry.

Watson bogeyed the 18th and went into a two way play off with Stewart Cink who had just birdied the 18th.

It was a 4 hole playoff over 5, 6, 17 and 18 which saw Cink win by six shots when Watson faded pretty much straight away.

It is a real shame for Tom Watson who was leading on every day of the championships.

Next year the
2010 Open Championship is from St. Andrews, the home of golf. Seve is hoping to play and who knows....

Ladbrokes Bingo Give Away a Stash of Cash

“Ladbrokes Bingo Give Away a ‘Stash of Cash’”

Last weekend saw Ladbrokes Bingo hosting yet another great promotion with the aptly named ‘Stash of Cash’ promotion. The giveaway prompted a large traffic volume and plenty of player excitement as members of the site scrambled to find a hidden fortune.

Users of the Ladbrokes Bingo site were able to compete for the money through both Saturday and Sunday night, trying to be the lucky winners of the £6,000 total up for grabs at Ladbrokes Bingo.

The lounge bingo room held two games on each evening of the weekend, holding winning opportunities from 8-9pm and 9-10pm. Players who were fortunate enough to be playing in the right room during the awarding of the ‘Stash of Cash’ were able to win a share of the money. The cash was allocated to those bingo rooms that were able to call a win in the least amount of time possible where it was then doled out in shared amounts set at either £1,000 or £5,000.   

Ladbrokes Bingo was able to pack the site on both Saturday and Sunday night, awarding the full prize amount and creating quite a few happy players in the process.

The ‘Stash of Cash’ weekend promo proved a great hit for the online bingo hall and should only be the tip of the rewards iceberg as the site gears up for July and a new month of over-the-top prize events.

Paddy Power Open Golf Betting Advice

Open Golf Betting

Paddy Power have released their video of betting advice for the 2009 British Open.

Looks like they all had a great day in the Car Park, hopefully the
Turnberry weather will be better!

Be sure to check out our full guide to
2009 British Open Golf Betting here at Findabet and place your bet!

2009 British Open Golf Betting

The 2009 British Open starts this week from Turnberry in Scotland. The Ailsa course once again takes centre stage in the biggest Golf Major of the year.

This is the third of the four Golf Majors. The
2009 US Masters was won by Angel Cabrera and the 2009 US Open was won by Lucas Glover, both of these are first time Major winners.

Will the
2009 British Open see another 1st time Major winner?

We are teaming up with Paddy Power to bring you the best in betting for the
2009 Open Golf Championships.

Be sure to check out our full guide to
2009 British Open Golf Betting here at Findabet and place your bet!

The current odds for the championships are as follows:

Tiger Woods 9/4
Sergio Garcia 20/1
Lee Westwood 25/1
Rory McIlroy 25/1
Ian Poulter 28/1
Martin Kaymer 28/1
Padraig Harrington 28/1
Paul Casey 28/1
Henrik Stenson 33/1
Hunter Mahan 33/1
Steve Stricker 33/1
Anthony Kim 35/1
Jim Furyk 35/1
Ernie Els 40/1
Retief Goosen 40/1
Ross Fisher 40/1
Geoff Ogilvy 45/1
Kenny Perry 50/1
Adam Scott 50/1
Camilo Villegas 55/1
Angel Cabrera 66/1
Vijay Singh 66/1
Zach Johnson 66/1
Graeme McDowell 66/1
Ben Curtis 66/1
Sean O'Hair 66/1
Brandt Snedeker 80/1
David Toms 80/1
Luke Donald 80/1
Nick Watney 80/1
Andres Romero 100/1
Justin Leonard 100/1
Justin Rose 100/1
Miguel Angel Jimenez 100/1
Mike Weir 100/1
Soren Hansen 100/1
Tim Clark 100/1
Nick Dougherty 100/1
Lucas Glover 100/1
David Duval 100/1
Brian Gay 100/1
K J Choi 125/1
Robert Allenby 125/1
Stephen Ames 125/1
Stewart Cink 125/1
Richard Green 125/1
Darren Clarke 125/1
Oliver Wilson 125/1
Colin Montgomerie 125/1
Johan Edfors 125/1
Dustin Johnson 125/1
Soren Kjeldsen 125/1
Davis Love 125/1
Alvaro Quiros 125/1
Rory Sabbatini 125/1
Boo Weekley 150/1
Stuart Appleby 150/1
Chad Campbell 150/1
Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano 150/1
Peter Hanson 150/1
Ryuji Imada 150/1
Thomas Levet 150/1
Charl Schwartzel 150/1
Jeev Milkha Singh 150/1
Ben Crane 150/1
Steve Marino 150/1
Rod Pampling 200/1
Fredrik Jacobson 200/1
David Drysdale 200/1
Rafa Echenique 200/1
Richard Finch 200/1
Anders Hansen 200/1
Charley Hoffman 200/1
J B Holmes 200/1
Raphael Jacquelin 200/1
Matt Kuchar 200/1
Pablo Larrazabal 200/1
Paul Lawrie 200/1
Francesco Molinari 200/1
Louis Oosthuizen 200/1
Gary Orr 200/1
Anthony Wall 200/1
Bubba Watson 200/1
Chris Wood 200/1
Bryce Molder 200/1
Markus Brier 200/1
Matthew Goggin 200/1
Oliver Fisher 250/1
Ryo Ishikawa 250/1
David Smail 250/1
Tomohiro Kondo 250/1
Kenichi Kuboya 250/1
Koumei Oda 250/1
Briny Baird 250/1
John Daly 250/1
Rhys Davies 250/1
Branden Grace 250/1
Todd Hamilton 250/1
Peter Hedblom 250/1
David Howell 250/1
Charles Howell 250/1
Thongchai Jaidee 250/1
Richard S Johnson 250/1
James Kingston 250/1
Wen Chong Liang 250/1
Prayad Marksaeng 250/1
Paul McGinley 250/1
Carl Pettersson 250/1
Richie Ramsay 250/1
Robert Rock 250/1
Richard Sterne 250/1
Graeme Storm 250/1
Azuma Yano 250/1
Paul Goydos 250/1
Thomas Aiken 250/1
Peter Baker 250/1
Fredrik Andersson Hed 250/1
Greg Norman 300/1
Paul Broadhurst 300/1
Mark Brown 300/1
Mark Calcavecchia 300/1
Michael Campbell 300/1
Marc Cayeux 300/1
James Driscoll 300/1
Ken Duke 300/1
Josh Geary 300/1
Martin Laird 300/1
Tom Lehman 300/1
Damien McGrane 300/1
Jeff Overton 300/1
Terry Pilkadaris 300/1
Kevin Sutherland 300/1
D J Trahan 300/1
Timothy Wood 300/1
Michael Wright 300/1
David Higgins 300/1
Eliot Saltman 300/1
Lloyd Saltman 300/1
Yuta Ikeda 300/1
Jaco Ahlers 300/1
Gaganjeet Bhullar 500/1
Stephan Gross 500/1
Jeremy Kavanagh 500/1
Sandy Lyle 500/1
Billy Mayfair 500/1
Mark O'Meara 500/1
Tim Stewart 500/1
Bruce Vaughan 500/1
Tom Watson 500/1
Matteo Manassero 500/1
Nick Faldo 500/1
Daniel Gaunt 500/1
Peter Ellebye 500/1
Steve Surry 500/1
Thomas Haylock 500/1
Daniel Wardrop 500/1

Bodog Provide Details for July’s Mini Poker Series

Bodog Provide Details for July’s ‘Mini Poker Series’

Poker fans can be forgiven if they passed over Bodog’s big announcement, dwarfed as it was by plenty of news from the continuing Las Vegas events of the 2009 World Series of Poker. While it may have been a case of bad timing however, the Bodog Mini Poker Series is certainly an event that shouldn’t be overlooked.

The upcoming Bodog Mini Poker Series will be made up of a set of No Limit Texas Hold ‘Em games designed to capture the interest of aspiring poker players currently studying the techniques of professionals competing in the
WSOP. The thirteen individual events host a low buy-in ($10+1 each) stretched out across almost two weeks of play. Top players (within the highest thirty percent) will gain entrance to a July 21st semi-final where they will then be whittled down to the top eighteen contestants eligible to battle it out in the July 23rd final event.

Bodog Poker will be awarding a seat package to the 2010 World Series of Poker for the Mini Poker Series’ champion, a prize worth approximately $12,000 USD. Interested players without a Bodog account owe it to themselves to sign up soon so they can take part in the action-packed events. The Bodog Mini Poker Series non-final and semi-final games run from Friday, July 3
rd to Wednesday, July 15th beginning at 8.35pm EST.

Wink Bingo Launches Progressive Jackpot with Moneyball

Wink Bingo Launches Progressive Jackpot with Moneyball

It seems that bingo companies can’t keep up in the industry anymore without offering a progressive jackpot to help bring players to their sites for more than just the usual game of bingo itself. Wink Bingo is no exception with the release of their new gameplay title,
Moneyball, a fresh addition to the site that is set to substantially increase the excitement available every night at the network.

The new Wink Bingo progressive jackpot is a 75-ball game that takes an unusual twist on the traditional layout of these jackpots, attaching its pattern to regularly scheduled bingo games rather than existing as an entirely separate option.

Wink Bingo Players can wait to run into the Moneyball at the hangout bingo room from 7pm to midnight. The pattern will show up three times each hour and make members cross their fingers to catch all 12 required numbers during 34 calls. If not won the jackpot continues into the next game, rolling back to £250 even after it’s been awarded and assuring that no award is too small to make the luck worthwhile.

Wink Bingo Moneyball may end up being the perfect method for drawing new traffic to Wink Bingo while still keeping existing fans happy. The innovative new game certainly offers enough incentive to get players to log on to regular games during the evening hours and there is always the (at least) £100 progressive jackpot available at every 90-ball game to add to the successful network.

Ladbrokes Bingo Celebrates Father’s Day

Ladbrokes Bingo Celebrates Father’s Day

With Father’s Day fast approaching later this June, Ladbrokes Bingo has announced plans to help members of the popular bingo site to celebrate the Dad in their life through a special hour of gameplay. With £5,000 set to be awarded to players for only one hour the upcoming Sunday looks like it will be a Father’s Day to remember for many Ladbrokes Bingo players.  

2009 Father’s Day is on Sunday, June 21
st and Ladbrokes is hoping to bring in a big crowd as the day winds down. From 9pm to 10pm, members of the site can play in a special room with entry stakes set at a cost as low as 5p. The bingo network has guaranteed a pot of £5,000 for the event, promising bingo fans the chance to win large cash prizes with almost no risk required to join in. Jackpots will be set at an impressive £500 level meaning that there are a large number of prizes up for grabs from the £5K overall pot.

Aside from the already substantial Father’s Day promotion, Ladbrokes Bingo will also be bringing back the free games that proved such a hit with members throughout the month of May. The first three weekends of June will host free entry into Saturday and Sunday night games with players competing for the chance to win jackpot prizes at the £200 mark.            

Gala Bingo Dishes Up Two Weeks of Free Play

Gala Bingo Dishes Up Two Weeks of Free Play

Beginning on Monday, June 8
thGala Bingo is offering members of their site a special treat with two full weeks of games that allow play without having to commit even a single penny. The series of events has been promised to include an unprecedented set of prizes; over 70 free games and a guarantee of at least 200 cash winners throughout the promotional period.

Gala Bingo Players will no doubt be excited for the complementary games as they start up on the 8th and run for the following two weeks. The beginning of the week will kick off the fantastic celebration, allowing players from the UK the option to play for free from 10am until 11pm of each of the fourteen applicable days. Members only need to log into Gala Bingo then pick their appropriate club (broken up into the geographical regions of North or South England, Scotland and Wales) to get into some of the (entirely complementary) gameplay.

The decision to host two weeks of daily free games comes as yet another celebration of Gala Bingo success and the 80th birthday anniversary of the Gala Coral franchise. It’s definitely a good time to play at Gala Bingo as June (and the rest of the year) promise to hold a great number of no-risk opportunities at grabbing some extra money while enjoying the site’s variety of stellar game styles.