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Taser Foundation to Hold Poker Tournament Fundraiser in Phoenix

November 16, 2006  | 

The Taser Foundation, a non-profit that benefits families of fallen officers, is holding a Charity Poker Tournament on Dec. 9 at the Fort McDowell Casino in Phoenix. The event will be hosted by 10-time World Series of Poker winner Phil Hellmuth.

If you’re interested in attending, there are packages starting at $200 buy in, a $1,000 "high roller" area, and $5,000 VIP packages that include a full night of exclusive entertainment, limo transportation, and a hotel suite.

Last year, poker pro Phil Hellmuth had such a good time at the event and the after party, that he agreed to do the event again this year - for free.

This is a real poker tournament, with 50 percent of the entry fees going to the winners pool and the other 50 percent donated to the foundation. The winner of the tournament will receive a $10,000 seat at the World Series of Poker.

For more information visit www.taserfoundation.org.

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