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National League of Poker

National League of Poker
Play free, online poker at National League of Poker. Over $4.5 million in cash and prizes have been paid to players, and it is free to play and 100% free.

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Welcome to the National League of Poker! Here, you’ll be sure to find high quality, U.S. legal, poker games for both novices and wizened card sharks. We offer great competition, high-action Texas Hold’em games, and awesome prizes!

The National League of Poker uses a graduated system of Texas Hold’em tournaments. Playing is always 100% free, and you progress to more challenging games and tournaments as you hone your ability. The difficulty of the game you’re playing as well as the money you are eligible to earn is proportionate to your skill level, and NLOP allows players to progress at their own pace. The system allows players to improve their online poker skills and continue to be challenged, so that you can turn yourself into a finely-tuned poker machine!

As players ascend in the online poker ranks, they acquire “tokens” which allow them to enter into “Fastcash” Texas Hold’em tournaments, where the pace of the game is more brisk, and the potential winnings are even greater. Many tournaments culminate with prizes totaling $500, $1,000, and even $25,000!

Best part of all? It’s free to get started! We also offer an accessible, user-friendly site which features useful online poker tips and tactics to aid you as you hone your skills. That’s right! Not only are we a great place to stop for free online Texas Hold’em tournaments, but we can also serve you as an online learning resource for the game of poker.

Ready to dominate a table? Sign up for a free National League of Poker account today, and let the games begin!

And make sure to connect with us through our social networking accounts! We regularly give away promo codes to players via email and through our Facebook and Twitter feeds.

Welcome to the National League of Poker, and good luck!