Palatine's Little City hosts poker tourney March 7

 
Daily Herald report
Updated 2/24/2014 5:11 PM

Poker and casino players can test their skills and luck while raising awareness and funds for hundreds of children and adults with autism and other intellectual and developmental disabilities at Little City's "Seeing Hope Together" Poker Tournament & Casino Night on Friday, March 7, at The Montgomery Club in Chicago.

Poker players will compete for the grand prize of a seat at the World Series of Poker, valued at $10,000. The evening also includes an all-night buffet, open bar and many other prizes, along with casino games like black jack, roulette and craps.

 

Funds raised from the night will help Palatine-based Little City provide innovative and personalized programs and services to individuals with disabilities.

Individual casino players and spectator tickets are $150 per person. Poker players can join the game for $250 per person. Poker lessons will be available from experts before the event so all individuals can have a chance to play.

Tickets and sponsorship opportunities are available at www.littlecity.org/poker.

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