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Psst… Charity Poker Night with Chauncey Billups & Antonio “The Magician” Esfandiari2 min read

Charity Poker Night | The Denver Ear

The widely successful Charity Poker Night will take place on Thursday, September 13, 2018 from 6pm to 9pm at ViewHouse Centennial.

This fun and unique event, organized by Bo Brownstein & Francois Safieddine, will donate 100% of its proceeds to the children at Porter Billups Leadership Academy at Regis University & Morgridge Academy at National Jewish Health.

This year, 5-Time NBA All Star, World Champion, Finals MVP & current ESPN NBA Commentator Chauncey Billups as well as 3-Time World Series of Poker bracelet winner (widely regarded as a Top 10 poker player in the world) ESPN personality, Antonio “The Magician” Esfandiari are confirmed as players in the tournament.

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Photo: ©Charity Poker Night

“We are thrilled that Charity Poker Night has now raised over $350,000 for the incredible children at both the Morgridge & Porter Billups Leadership Academy.” said Co-Founder of CPN, Bo Brownstein. He added, “We are proud that 100% of the proceeds from our events have reached these remarkable programs and I’m grateful for both Francois and his exceptional concept ViewHouse which have generously hosted this event since inception.”

Suggested donation to enter the event is $1,000 per person and includes dinner, drinks, great prizes and of course, participating in the game.

Charity Poker Night | The Denver Ear

The “Prize Room” from previous CPN events. Photo: ©Charity Poker Night

Morgridge Academy is a free, Colorado Department of Education approved facility school which serves children in K-8th grade who have been diagnosed with a chronic illness. Morgridge Academy is the only school of its kind on a medical campus in the country, and its mission is to provide a safe, friendly, and healthy school environment committed to whole-child development. Learn more at morgridgeacademy.org.

The mission of the Porter-Billups Leadership Academy at Regis University (PBLA) has remained unchanged since it was established in 1996 – “to assist at-risk students with academic and leadership potential to successfully graduate from high school and have the opportunity to attend college.” Students who successfully complete seven years of the Academy and qualify for admittance, are provided scholarships for tuition and fees to Regis University.  Learn more at www.porter-billups.org.

Psst… To ensure your spot, register for the event by Tuesday September 11th, 2018!

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