Throughout the years, charity poker events have proven to be something that works in raising money for good causes, and this one event in California managed to get an extremely famous host on Sunday night.
It's quite an unusual crossover of ESPN's World Series of Poker meets E!'s Keeping Up With The Kardashians in this charity poker tournament.
The charity poker tournament is called "If Only" [...] Read more » Phil Hellmuth and the Kardashians Raise Dollars and Bitcoins for Charity Poker
Joined: Jan '17
Age: 61 (M)
It is.very good to have big famous people to organize dome charity tournaments and they collect goof money to some people or organization that need it a lot. If; have more money i too play charity event
Joined: Oct '11
Age: 27 (M)
I always like it when successfull people give back by organizing events like these. Everything that is done for charity is a good thing. The money that gets raised will go a long way towards helping people that really need helping.
Joined: Jan '10
Age: 56 (M)
Maybe online casinos should be follow that, create some tourney for charity ( real money not play money like PS few month ago). separate cash game and others gambling games from poker tournament so not many country band pokercasino or restrict country policy from casino so that more people can enjoy poker
Joined: Mar '09
Age: 42 (F)
It is good when you see people raising money for good cause and others in need. There are always many, that step in trying to help however they can. We had bright examples here lately. Something that still keeps us being "humans"
Posted by doubletop777: What a clash of the ego titans this was, Hellmuth v The Kardashians!! I am really looking forward to watching this when it airs and must congratulate them for raising money for charity
Makes very little sense to do this in a dome though. They could have find a cheaper solution to host this IMO.
Joined: Apr '17
Age: 32 (M)
This is very nice to see that in addition to poker players, they are people who do these types of events to raise and help others ... Phil Hellmuth and the others expect to continue doing these good deeds
Joined: May '08
Age: 34 (M)
well what can I say, famous dudes and dudettes had a great night doing their own famous nonsense and a bunch of fellas who needed money will get a piece of the cake. not a band night overall. I just wonder if hellmouth managed to stick one...
Joined: Jan '14
Age: 40 (M)
Charity organizations for raising funds to help all sorts of people with problems or big problems is a very good thing and this should be done more often in every country in the world. Unfortunately, these things rarely happen in many countries and it's not good. People with money could donate more often for different causes and they will not lose much.
Joined: Dec '16
Age: 49 (M)
Helmuth and the Kardashians should all be in the minivan that runs off a cliff of their own perceived self worth. Unbelievable. Helmuth has some talent of course, how in the screaming Hades could he associate himself with the Kardashians for some charity which they probably don't care about in the slightest? Day of the rope, I'm still biding my time for that occasion.
Posted by pochui: well what can I say, famous dudes and dudettes had a great night doing their own famous nonsense and a bunch of fellas who needed money will get a piece of the cake. not a band night overall.
I did not get a piece at all, but if Kourtney or Kendall wanna call me apologizing about this 'fiasco' then so be it.