NPL

Nuts Poker League (NPL)

History

The Nuts Poker League (NPL) is a premiere poker league based in UK. It is one of the most popular pub poker league and organises its tournaments at various small & large pubs across Britain.

Tournament Format

No-Limit Texas Holdem Poker is played in all the NPL tournaments, where a player can bet up to all of his chips at any time in the game, when it is his turn to bet.

Highlights

The NPL was officially awarded the title of the best poker league at the British Poker Awards, 2011. Still, joining the Nuts Poker League is simple. All you need to do is to turn up at any venue and inform the Tournament Director or Pub Owner that you wish to play. He will take down your details and you will be issued a unique membership number that is used every time you play (even in diverse venues).

Main Event

The NPL National Finals, a no-limit Texas Holdem poker tournament, will be held in May/June 2012.

Player of the Year

Lee Simons from Cardiff, Wales was crowned “England / Wales National Champion 2011” while Chris Matuszczyuk won the “Scottish National Champion” title in Nov, 2011.

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