The One Step Closer Foundation, a charity organization that assists people with Cerebral Palsy, presents its Seventh Annual All-In for Cerebral Palsy (CP) Celebrity Poker Tournament on Saturday, Dec. 13 at 2 p.m. at Bally’s Las Vegas Hotel & Casino Poker Room (Photo credit: Cassi thomas / KabikPhotoGroup.com).
The fun-filled tournament, hosted by actress Cheryl Hines and poker star Jamie Gold, will feature players of all levels and celebrity poker enthusiasts including Mekhi Phifer, Dean Cain, Jennifer Tilly, Montel Williams, AJ McLean, Coolio, Joe Cada, Noah Schwartz, Phil Laak, Playboy Playmates and more.
Join the action and watch as players battle it out for over $25,000 in cash and prizes including $10,000, dinner with three Playboy Playmates and an exclusive World Series of Poker Experience package that includes entry into a WSOP event, a two-night stay in Las Vegas and a private poker coaching session with poker pro Jamie Gold.
The tournament is No Limit Texas Hold-Em Poker with $300+ 30 entry fee and unlimited re-buys for first 90 minutes with stacks of 20% or lower. There will be add-on opportunities in later rounds. For more information and registration, visit www.allinforcp.com. Players can also register onsite the day of the tournament.
WHEN: Saturday, Dec. 13 at 2 p.m.
WHERE: Bally’s Las Vegas Hotel & Casino
3645 Las Vegas Blvd. S.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
The One Step Closer Foundation is a non-profit, charitable organization whose main goal is to ease—as much as possible—the lives of those with Cerebral Palsy. The Seventh Annual All-In for CP Celebrity Tournament brings together celebrities, poker pros, high rollers and everyday poker enthusiasts together to increase awareness about Cerebral Palsy and raise funds to assist people with the disorder and their families.
CP is an incurable disorder that affects the body movement, muscle control, coordination and tone. It impacts reflex, posture balance and sometimes fine motor skills, gross motor skills and oral motor functioning. Over 700,000 adults and children in the United States currently have CP. Two to three children out of every thousand born will be diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy.