According to a report by Cardplayer, as everyone is all set and excited for summer, so is the National League of Poker (NLOP) is all excited to offer you a schedule of exciting cash freerolls this July. And especially since it is Father’s Day this weekend, a $500 Father’s Day Freeroll is scheduled to go down on June 19 at 4 pm ET (Eastern Time) on NLOP.com. Reports state that the registration window has been opened in the NLOP lobby. So, if one wishes to participate, they can head to the online registration desk now. Other announcements about token codes and tourney announcements are available on NLOP’s Facebook page.
Reports stated that in addition to the Freeroll on Father’s Day, NLOP has scheduled a $1000 Freeroll on the fourth of July. But this is not the only thing exciting that is scheduled for the month of July – Drumroll please!! NLOP will soon have their very own app for all the players to download on their devices. So, keep an eye out for the launch date and all the bonuses that will come along with it.
Further reports state that the $25,000 Summer Splash Series is still on the house and qualifying step 8 games are being played every Wednesday and Saturday. Reports state that players can work their way through each step or else they can make use of tokens to get straight into the qualifiers.
Cardplayer stated that the Summer Splash Series is not a series to miss out on as the player in first place will receive a $10,000 payout and some other major prizes to brag about.
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Jochebed Mendes is a Content Writer at Gutshot Magazine. Transitioning from the beauty and lifestyle industry to the gaming industry, she is keen and enthusiastic to learn everything about cash games and non-cash games while also trying to take a chance on the hot seat of poker and rummy. Apart from trying her luck at writing for many genres, she also loves surfing through bizarre content on the internet, engaging in philosophical topics and sharpening her cooking skills every now and then. Other than her many go-to activities, her most favorite are playing the Violin, singing, and composing poetry; and when she’s not on board playing the role of a content writer, she takes off to teaching the violin to kids, adults, and people of all ages.
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