On December 23, New England's media personality and top professional poker player Bernard Lee, donated holiday packages to more than 50 children in Milford, Massachusetts as a part of The Full House Charity Program. Lee even delivered the holiday packages in person, along with the help of his son and daughter.
The Full House Charity Program, launched in February 2011 by Lee, has provided a min[...] Read more » Children in Need Receive Holiday Packages from Poker Player Bernard Lee
Joined: May '08
Age: 35 (M)
hats of to poker pros and other dudes involved in this great act of giving children new decks of cards and sets of poker chips. there's nothing like growing your customer from the young age. i can smell pokerstars has something to do with this fantastic idea. did they include booze in the package?
Posted by pochui: hats of to poker pros and other dudes involved in this great act of giving children new decks of cards and sets of poker chips. there's nothing like growing your customer from the young age. i can smell pokerstars has something to do with this fantastic idea. did they include booze in the package?
Nope, but I cannot really tell who's "great" idea was to give the kids Sports Illustrated issues either.
Joined: Mar '12
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 41 (F)
This guy is not someone I can remember ever seeing play poker but well done to him for at least taking the time to give something back.I am sure this will be greatly appreciated by the kids who got a holiday.
Joined: Feb '11
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 55 (M)
Whoever this guy is he should be seen as setting a very good example to the rest of the sporting world, like football and soccer, with players who make millions of dollars playing games yet don't appear anywhere near the parapet of charity donations.
Joined: Nov '11
Age: 29 (M)
why this disgusting world finds ok those individuals that make wide announcements about how good they are?! otherwise what is the purpose of spreading news of such basic gesture, other than people in your circles look at you with different eyes? And no, the purpose is not to take example, people usually applaud the gesture and move on. when larger organisations are involved is necessary to hit the news so people can contribute. there are more individuals that gives to charity from a humane instinct, just that they don't let the world know. f**k this worlds stereotypes
edit: this is actually like those youtubers that helps homeless guys in America, only to film the whole process and put on youtube for views and to show what great persons they are. this article is the same, just at a larger scale. be quiet about it or f**k off