15th Annual Charity Texas Hold-em
The Montclair Lions are proud to announce the 15th annual “Winter Classic” charity Texas Hold-em tournament has moved online.
Date: Sunday, 9 Aug 2020
Location: Stock Poker Online You must register with Stock Poker using the same e-mail provided when you make your Winter Classic donation. A PIN will be provided to all PAID players, before 9 Aug. to complete your tournament registration.
First Deal: 1 PM Registration open until completion of Level 10
Cost: $60 donation per seat.
Re-Buys: $15K in chips for $60. One re-buy opportunity, per player busted out, before completion of Level 10 (approx. 3:30 PM). Re-Buy are on the honor system. Please make your additional donation via PayPal after the tournament.
Table and Prize sponsorships: Are full for 2020.
Prize pool: Guaranteed $14K Pick Your Own Prize selection via ZOOM .
First Place Prize – Fall Color Cruise on Royal Caribbean, 8 nights for two in Oct 2021
Entertainment: Salute to Elvis , provided by recording artist Lionel Ward, will return in 2021
Snacks: Stock up your home supplies
Learn to play online: Stock Poker is offering two “FREEROLL” opportunities. $500 prize pool on 12 July and a $300 Winter Classic FREEROLL on 26 July (PIN # 11223344) both at 1 PM.
“Last Woman” (not making the Final Table) and “Last Lion” standing prizes will be awarded. Classic
See the attached Texas Hold-em Tutorial for those newcomers to our event.
Questions? Send an e-mail to [email protected]
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