Bodog Poker Player Turns $1 into $27,000 at the 2010 WSOP Main Event

by Dirty on July 19, 2010

If someone told you that with a single dollar bill you could take a seat at the world’s biggest poker event and walk away $27,000 richer – would you go for it?

Online poker player Dennis Scott did exactly that with Bodog Poker’s 2010 World Series of Poker tournament series, an event that rewarded players with seats to the Main Event as early as July of last year. Scott was part of a group of 21 winners in the promotion, but his achievement stands out as singular because of the circumstances.

Scott (whose Bodog Player name is dgs) entered into a $1 Tournament and was awarded entry into a $15+1.50 tournament, whose winner got access to a $100+$9 WSOP Semifinal event on Bodog. He took the top spot in that event and from there got access to a $470+30 tournament where the grand prize was a complete prize package that got him into the World Series of Poker.

Like the legendary Chris Moneymaker, Scott has turned a miniscule amount into poker history as he proves that Bodog Poker gives players with any size bankroll access to the biggest and best events in the game.

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