PlayNationTM Poker Ltd. is a non-profit, amateur poker league
2019 Alberta Championship Grand Prize Sponsored by:
D-TECH Non-Destructive Testing & Consulting
Owned/operated by a veteran and created for the exclusive benefit of veterans meaning no one at PlayNationTM takes a salary or any other kind of management fee. It is administered completely on a volunteer basis.
We host live Texas Hold’em games every week
Each week there are games happening in several venues across Alberta, nearly 100 locations in fact, and one in Manitoba.
Home or private games can be also be included in our league standings. For more information about home or private games and how they can be included as part of our standings contact us directly or hit the button below to register your game.
You can play and compete in as many venues as you wish.
PlayNation Poker Ltd is a non-profit company that was created with one single purpose, and that is to support veterans. We have free Texas Hold’em games in locations across Alberta and Manitoba, mostly in Branches of the Royal Canadian Legion, but at some other venues as well. If you play at a Legion Branch, all was ask is that you support that Legion with your food/beverage purchases and perhaps some free will donations. Remember, we exist to support veterans. We also allow private games, including home games, to be part of the league. Start a new venue anytime. Every four months there is a championship night at each of our venues, where a player can win a cash prize, sponsored by PlayNation Poker. The top players from that game can win a ticket to the annual Provincial Championship.
Win your way to Las Vegas and a seat in the World Series of Poker!
The winner of the Provincial Championship qualifies to represent PlayNation at the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas, with the entry cost paid for by PlayNation Poker, along with travel money. In the past few years, we have had two people come back from the WSOP with cash. Gary Pion from Olds represented PlayNation at the 2018 WSOP and came home with over $2,000. He finished well ahead of a previous WSOP champion who got knocked out early on the first day.
One third of our champions have been women.
Are you up for it?