Bushfire Appeal Celebrity Poker Tournament

Posted at 19:02 2009-02-27

Like all Victorians, the team at Full House Group (Sportspick and the National Poker League), were deeply moved by the devastation of the Victorian Bushfires.

In true Australian spirit they have rallied their crew to see what they can do to make a difference. Tomorrow they will run a  celebrity charity poker event that brings people together, entertains and in this case raises substantial funds for this critical cause.

PokerNetwork invite you to join us in this event where their target is to raise over $50,000.

Date: Saturday 28th Feb from 10.30am at Caulfield Racecourse

EVENT DETAILS:   $50 entry with $50 re-buys and add-ons No Limit Texas Hold ’Em Celebrity Bounty Event

(This entitles you to one seat in the tournament and two free entry tickets into Caulfield Race Course Futurity Stakes Day)

PRIZES:  Aussie Millions Main Event Seat (SPONSORED BY 888 POKER) + many many more cool prizes

INFO:  The tournament is only limited to 40 tables with 7 spots and there will be a celebrity player on each table. Knock out the celebrity bounty for a great prize. Some of the celebrities include AFL legend Glenn Archer, Poker heroes such as Tino Lechich, Mel Judah, Billy the Croc and many more…


Photos with your favorite celebrity
Punters Challenge on the Futurity Stakes Day
Live broadcast by SEN Radio
Raffle for a deluxe poker night in your own home!
Entertainment and much more….

HOW TO GET INVOLVED:    Call FHG on 9644 1600 or visit their website LOCATED HERE  to purchase your $50 entry ticket.

All entry fees, re-buys and add-ons will be going to The Variety and Shane Warne Foundation Bushfire Relief Fund

Remember this day is about one of the most tragic events to occur in peace time in Australia so remember your wallet and help people who really need our assistance.
Our target is $50,000 – helps us get there!

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