Charity Series of Poker on its way to organize the grand Rivers Casino on August 29
The Charity Series of Poker (CSOP) tournament has set its way to leverage Habitat for Humanity of Schenectady County. The tournament is scheduled to happen on Thursday, August 29, 6 pm at the Rivers Casino & Resort Schenectady Event Center.
All the fundings and net collection from the built houses will go directly to Habitat for Humanity of Schenectady County. This will help them fuel their mission to create a safe, secure, and reasonable living spaces along with proper support to foster bright home trading and responsibility.
The buy-in tournament of about $250 will see participants play for a whopping $5,000 in cash, this together with $1,000 reward in cash for leader of the tournament and the one with maximum rebuys.
Besides the cash prizes, other rewards will include, bounty, final table, and other entities. This will be carried out in parallel with a silent auction and a steady raffle of 50/50.
This will accompany a VIP reception with all sorts of luxuries and free cocktails for the participating players. The invitees who will not be playing will be free to join the reception but for pay to donation of about 50 dollars.
The tournament is free to be attended by the public whereas the participants can apply beforehand at the main cage of Rivers poker room. They can also register all through the day of the tournament at the reporting place of the Center. Players should carry along a valid ID and a Rush Rewards player card.
The Charity Series of Poker is well acknowledged to raise money for noble causes at various venues in the country. This tournament will add another wing to its cap. St.
They have already raised more than $1.4 m with an extremely successful charity plan execution. They have now been helping HABITAT, and more organize raise funds for some mission-critical objectives.
Matt sout, the founder of CSOP, stated “the event is special to me due to my engagements with nonprofits that began at Habitat for Humanity. I hosted a $10 fundraiser tournament while serving as the Vice President of Habitat at The College of New Jersey”.
“Two years ahead, I began playing the game for a living, and using poker I choose to give back on a humongous scale quickly was my only motive.” He added.