Texas Hold’em Fundraiser Charity events


♥ How to Host a Charity Fundraiser VIP-Poker Tournament ♥

Your Local Non- profit charity must be a 501 c-3. (Non-Profit)

Each guest will be giving a donation for a seat in the Poker Tournament.

Donation amounts are determined by what your clientele can afford. We suggest $50, $100, $200 per seat for your Tournament.

“Providing Professional VIP-Poker Supplies to the Poker player”

Your charity must be a 501 c-3. Each guest will be giving a donation for a seat in the tournament.

Donation amounts are determined by what your clientele can afford. We suggest $50, $100, $200 per seat for your Tournament.

Vegas Concept’s computer will randomly place your guests at the tables as they register.

After play has begun, the computer moves the blinds up every 7 to 15 minutes for the first hour. The blinds will start at 100/200 and increase every 7 to 15 minutes 200/400, etc.

As this happens, players will be eliminated from the Tournament. Tables are consolidated as we see 3 or less player at any given table.

Customs VIP-Poker Tournament each player starting chip  3,000.00 or  2,500.00 in chips for a three hour tournament.

VIP-Poker Tournament Buy In-  $25, $50, $100, $200 per seat for your Tournament. Additional purchase options Re-buy’s.

RE-BUY’S

Re-buys are 1,500 or 1,250. Re-buy’s should always be one of half of the starting donation. Re-buy’s will be for the first hour only

What we have experience at Fundraisers is that UNLIMITED re-buys give the Tournament a new flare. Basically, a player could pay to win the Tournament. We have raised more money for our charities by allowing unlimited re-buys. You will need to have 2 committee members selling the re-buys along with our Pit Boss.

The first two hours your tournament director will do an eliminations style tournament. The Pit boss will consolidate the tables, move the players. As players they are eliminated drop out of the tournament.

The top 12 players will be at the final table in the last hour. We will give the players a voucher for the total value of their chips at the end of the tow hours. Each player will come to the final table with the amount of chips they had at the end of the first two hours of play. They have to present the voucher to the Pit Boss on the final table to get their chips.

Then as we move your player to a final table progresses, your guests will start rallying for their favorite players. The final table really gets the gallery into hooting and hollering for their favorite players.

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