Las Vegas Charity Poker Tournament Will Benefit Boys and Girls Club – CardsChat.com

On December 1 at 7 pm, South Point Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas will host a charity poker tournament to benefit the Boys and Girls Club of Southern Nevada.

Chai Poker will host a charity poker tournament at South Point in Las Vegas on December 1 to raise money for the Boys and Girls Club of Southern Nevada. (Image: myabgc.com)

Half of the prize pool ($120 buy-in) is donated to the charity. Those who cash in the tournament receive the remaining money.

ChaiPoker.com, a poker-related website that promotes charitable organizations, is sponsoring the charity poker tournament. Ben Abrahams, a local grinder who owns the website, is passionate about raising money for good causes.

Earlier this year, he hosted another event at South Point in which he raised over $2,500 to send underprivileged youth to summer camp.

About Boys and Girls Club

Boys and Girls Club is the largest children’s charity in America. The organization provides after-school programs for underprivileged kids. Many famous athletes support the non-profit charity.

“I chose Boys and Girls Club for my next charity event because their mission is solely to support kids,” Abrahams told CardsChat. “That’s something I have always been passionate about.”

Having worked with children for years, Ben certainly knows the impact B&GC has on society.

“I volunteered for a club was I was in college at the University of Pittsburgh,” he said. “After college, I worked at a club outside of Boston for a couple of years.”

Most low-income children who join B&GC, according to the organization’s website, perform well in school. The charity serves nearly four million kids and also has 4,300 clubs in the US.

Las Vegas Charity Poker Tournament

Abrahams said he chose South Point because of its “supportive staff.” And also for the “free parking,” which

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