Bovada offers its customers the premiere place for sports betting action that includes all major leagues, as well as tournaments and events in North America. They also have a prosperous and lively poker community, along with a loaded Vegas-style casino!
Continuing a tradition of excellence service and promotions to their customer base, Bovada is back with another great promotion that allows for their players to compete in a great contest for great cash prizes.
The NBA season is in full swing and the excitement is reaching a fever pitch as teams scramble to make the NBA playoffs. LeBron James and the Miami Heat are seemingly in line to repeat as NBA Champions as many other teams try to knock them off their pedestal. Meanwhile out west Kobe Bryant and the Lakers are just fighting to get into the NBA playoffs. With all of that action going on, it is fun to bet on basketball and Bovada just made it sweeter with a NBA parlay contest with a $10,000 Prize Pool.
The rules are simple. All the player has to do is go to Bovada and open an account. Then navigate to the promotions area and sign up for the NBA Parlay series and then start betting on the NBA with a series of parlays. All parlays placed between March 4th and March 10th with a minimum of ten dollars wagered will be eligible. For example: Place a 4-team NBA parlay of $10 and a 6-team NBA parlay of $20 and you’ll receive three points and a chance at part of the $10K Prize Pool.
The more points that are collected the greater the chance of getting a piece of the big prize pool. Now is the time to sign up for one of the best sports books and join the NBA parlay series to take a shot at the big prize!
Cole started off as a part time handicapper and a full time computer programmer. After developing a computer program that consistently provided winners in NFL, NBA, MLB, and college sports Cole went into full time handicapping. The computer program and his knack for winners made him a rising star in the handicapping world. His complex computer program based on algorithms and analytical calculations have led to a 60% ATS rate.