"The Fantasy Poker League...

is a community of unique individuals who share a common passion to learn and play competitive poker in a social environment."

The Fantasy Poker League is an entertainment company that directs and runs Freeroll No Limit Texas Hold ‘Em Poker Tournaments 7 days a week in Austin, Cedar Park, Round Rock, and San Marcos, Texas. TFPL is owned by Jason Floyd – Aces Over Texas, LLC and operated by Lance Clarke, who both have a passion and commitment to create a professional environment to learn and play competitive poker.

TFPL strives to create a comfortable, social, and fun atmosphere for all players and clients.


How it Works

Welcome to The Fantasy Poker League – TFPL, South Texas’ #1 Bar Poker League with over 1000 registered players and growing. TFPL is absolutely free to play and cash prizes are given out each session, 7 days a week.

As a player you will accumulate points throughout each 15 week season to be used towards Poker Palooza. Points = Chips at Poker Palooza, so naturally the more you play, the larger starting stack at our Main Event. 1st prize at Poker Palooza is a $1000 seat at the World Series of Poker, airfare, and 4 night hotel stay in Las Vegas. We give away this prize at least 3 times a year, and every player that reaches the main event final table will receive a prize.

To play in our daily tournaments a player must register, or sign in with the Tournament Director, and you will be assigned a seat – That’s it. TFPL is always free to play and is a great way to gain some live experience and make some new like minded friends.

Tournament Structure

Tournaments average 30-50 players and points are given to everyone who shows up! Top 16 receive base points as follows:

1st place
1225 points
2nd place
875 points
3rd place
775 points
4th place
675 points
5th place
575 points
6th place
475 points
7th place
375 points
8th place
275 points
9th place
175 points
10th-13th
125 points
14th-16th
75 points
All Players
25 points

Bonus points are rewarded to players throughout the season for various reasons – 4 of a kind, Straight Flush, Royal Flush, eliminating a Tournament Director or Bar Owner, etc.

Blinds start at 100-200 and increase every 13 minutes until break after 500-1000. At 1000-2000 blinds are 12 minutes from then on. On average a tournament will last around three hours.