NostraPoker has announced an exciting leaderboard offer. This ongoing high and low stakes leaderboard offer is valid till 1 July and has a total cumulative prize pool of ₹15 Lakh.
Players can get a spot for themselves on these leaderboards every time they earn an activity point. For every ₹15 rake generated, one activity point is awarded to players. Only rake made on 10/20, 25/50 and 50/100 Pot Limit Omaha cash tables will be considered for Mid stakes and 100/200 and 200/400 PLO Cash tables will be considered for high-stakes.
To participate in this mid-stakes leaderboard offer, a player must generate a minimum of 8,500 NostraPoker points on mid-stakes and 12,500 points on high-stakes. Take a look at the points that players can get depending on their hand strength.
The prizes for the high stakes on Nostrapoker vary from that of Mid stakes. A player who ranks first on the high stakes can win ₹1,50,000, a mid stakes ranker would get ₹70,000. This is just the first rank, there is prize money for players who get placed up to the 25th position. Take a look at the top 10 prizes awaiting the high stakes and mid stakes players.
Just like the brand’s tagline, ‘play across your favourite formats and win money daily,’ NostraPoker allows you to be a winner every day. Offering a plethora of games, the brand is always big on offers and prizes. Hurry, registrations have already begun.
With over 8 million Nostragamers, the platform has fans from across the country. Wouldn’t it be fun to grind and win on a platform which has witnessed more than 1 crore rounds of poker being played? Get grinding folks!
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