Online Poker League Season 18 Set To Kickoff

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Online Poker League Season 18 Set To Kickoff
14:25
27 Oct

After a three-month hiatus, Online Poker League Season 18 is set to kickoff in a little over two weeks. Now is a great time to preview what this season has to offer.

Starting November 7th and finishing November 29th, season 18 of the Online Poker league is jam-packed with over 40 tournaments across ten different platforms.


Online Poker’s Best Platforms

Online Poker League players will have a chance to compete on some of the largest poker platforms like PokerStars, GGPoker and Natural 8, as well as Bet 365, Unibet, Bettson, and HighStakes.


Options For US Players

Additionally, US players can get in on the action by playing on DogeGaming, Intertops Poker, and of course, America’s CardRoom.


$25,000 In Prizes

This season, Online Poker League players will be competing for their share of the $25,000. With a number of freerolls and increased tournament prize pools, players compete for cash. Along with cash prizes, players earn points towards their ranking on the Online Poker League Tournament Leaderboard where additional prizes will be won.

Players will also have the chance at official Online Poker League hardware in addition to cash and leaderboard prizes.

Scoring:

  • 1st - 100
  • 2nd - 75
  • 3rd - 65
  • 4th - 55
  • 5th - 50
  • 6th - 45
  • 7th - 40
  • 8th - 35
  • 9th - 30
  • 10th - 25

In order to compete, be sure to register on the official Online Poker League website. If, for some reason, you’re not competing and would like to check out the action, check out new Twitch streamer jordanb7’s channel. You can also find live coverage on https://www.twitch.tv/bparispoker and https://www.twitch.tv/gripsed.

Be sure to leave your questions, comments and concerns in the forum of the Online Poker League website. There is also an official OPL Discord server for players and fans to have their voices heard throughout the season.


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Nikk from Western New York is a part-time journalist, a successful tournament poker player, and an avid fly fisherman.Read more

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