The Bovada Royal Flush Bonus and Bad Beat

Bovada, the US friendly Online Poker room, sportsbook and casino has always given it's members a little bit more. From great welcome bonuses, continuous promotions and more. Poker players get to play some of the best online tournaments to be found along with competing for seats in land based events from Punta Cana to Vegas. OK, so these two promotions may not be the biggest they offer, but they do offer everyone the chance to get a little bit more from their poker playing.

How They Work

Poker players hate to lose, especially in a hand that under normal circumstances they would have taken down the pot, so to ease the pain a little Bovada Poker has introduced the Bad Beat Bonus. Being beaten is bad enough, but having a full house and then losing is just a bit too much to take, so now when you are playing in Texas Holdem cash games at Bovada and have a full house with Aces full of Kings or better and you get beat by four of a kind or higher, you'll get rewarded. Any time that this happens you'll get a Bad Beat Bonus of 100 times the big blind up to $1,000, surely that goes some way to putting a smile on your face. Here's a quick 1, 2, 3 of how it works...

  • Both pocket cards must be used by both the losing and winning hand.
  • 3 or more players must be dealt into the hand.
  • Both the winning and losing hand must go to showdown.

Should that happen then contact customer support within 48 hours who will verify the hand and payout the bonus, which by the way has no rollover, simple!

The Royal Flush Bonus means that not only will you take the pot but it also means you'll get a sweet cherry on top. This fantastic win win promotion gives you 50 times the games big blind up to $200 should you be playing a Texas Holdem cash game when you hit it. Once again there is no rollover attached to the bonus and you need to contact support withing 48 hours. Here's the deal.....

  • Both pocket cards must be used.
  • 3 or more players must be dealt into the hand.
  • Your hand must win the pot, but does not have to go to showdown.