5 Reasons Why You Should Play PokerStars NAPT Las Vegas
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PokerStars made a splash in the poker world last month when it announced the return of the PokerStars North American Poker Tour (NAPT) after a 12-year hiatus.
The 2023 NAPT Las Vegas will take place November 4-12 in Sin City at Resorts World and features a schedule that includes a $1,650 buy-in NAPT Las Vegas Main Event, a $550 PokerStars Cup and a $5,300 High Roller.
Here are five reasons why North American-based poker players should be sure to play the NAPT come November.
One Of The Best-Run Poker Tours
If you're looking for an enjoyable tournament series filled with action at various buy-in levels, look no further than the NAPT.
PokerStars has not only built a reputation as one of the premier online poker sites in the world, but has also proven to run state-of-the-art live stops across the world.
PokerStars has also had memorable stops on North American soil, including the currently underway PokerStars Summer Series in Pennsylvania, which has been a smashing success thus far.
Be Part Of The Next Chapter of NAPT History
What do the names Vanessa Selbst, Jason Mercier and Galen Hall have in common? These poker legends all have NAPT titles to their names.
The NAPT began in 2010 during the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure (PCA) and continued for another season before Black Friday marked the end of the NAPT for more than a decade.
Now that the NAPT has returned, players again have the opportunity to be a part of the poker stop's entertaining history, which PokerNews wrote about here.
Play In One Of The Nicest Poker Rooms In Las Vegas
Of of the best parts about the upcoming NAPT Las Vegas is the casino it will take place at. Resorts World, one of the newest casinos on the famous Strip, is home to one of the nicest poker rooms in Las Vegas and runs low and mid-stakes cash games around the clock.
To learn more about the Resorts World Poker Room, check out this PokerNews review.
Play With The Stars In The High Roller Events
If you've ever wanted to play across the table from some of the best poker players in the world, the NAPT may be a great opportunity to do so.
With several high roller offerings, including a $5,300 No-Limit Hold'em High Roller and a $10,300 No-Limit Hold'em High Roller, both of which are sure to attract many top-name pros.
Some of the well-known players who have grinded the NAPT in the past include Scott Seiver, Daniel Negreanu and Erik Seidel, while previous NAPT high roller winners include William Reynolds, Tom Marchese and Ashton Griffin.
Prepare For The Formula 1 Grand Prix
While NAPT Las Vegas is sure to be exciting, there's even more excitement right around the corner. That's because the most anticipated Formula 1 Grand Prix in history will be taking place on the streets of Las Vegas the same month.
PokerStars will have a presence at the Formula 1 Grand Prix, so there will be good reason for poker players to take a break from the felt and check out the racing action.