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National Pub Poker League Points Schedule

Who Gets Points?

Any individual, who plays at a National Pub Poker League (NPPL) sanctioned event, granted that this individual has a registered Player Profile online at www.npplpoker.com.au and has created a valid Username prior to any NPPL event.

OR

Any individual that has filled out a Player Registration Form and has entered a valid Username prior to the start of any NPPL event.

Tournament Points Pool

For every participating player there will be 50 points put in the player tournament pool. (Example: 100 players; 100 x 50 = 5000 pts. 40%x5000=2000 Points for 1st Place in this example.

Points are distributed as follows for all NPPL sanctioned events:
1st Place = 40% Of the Players Pool
2nd Place = 24% Of the Players Pool
3rd Place = 13% Of the Players Pool
4th Place = 7% Of the Players Pool
5th Place = 5.5% Of the Players Pool
6th Place = 4.5% Of the Players Pool
7th Place = 3.5% Of the Players Pool
8th Place = 2.5% Of the Players Pool

NPPL reserves the right to change the points schedule at any time.

Ranking Points

Players receive points based upon their final rank (1st through 8th Place) and the total number of players in a specific event session determines the final point distribution.

What do the points count towards?

Points are accumulated over the season and will count towards entry into Regional and National Finals. The only way to gain entry into a Regional event is to win a nightly tournament, or be ranked in the top 5 at the venue (this excludes nightly winners). There is no set amount of points that you will need to make this top 5 - this all depends on the points of the individuals at the venue. The best guide we can give is, if you can't be the winner, always try for 1st runner up!

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