Event #6 was another great tournament as our players helped raise more than $15,000 to benefit Habitat for Humanity of Atlantic County and Community FoodBank of New Jersey. It was a fun, enjoyable event and we were joined by film critic Richard Roeper, WSOP bracelet winners Jeff Madsen and Vanessa Selbst, 3-time WPT champion Anthony Zinno, One Drop champion Tony Gregg, and 2015 Borgata WPT champion Asher Conniff.

November Niner Neil Blumenfield earned a bonus for holding the chip lead when registration closed and Borgata favorite Esther Taylor-Brady grabbed one for the most re-entries for charity. New Jersey pro Jamie Kerstetter was a late entrant but was the last player standing to earn the CSOP title. She picked the first place prize, then tiny glass Borgata trophy, and a $500 gift certificate from ProCaliber Poker Tables.

Thanks to all our players who participated, the Borgata for all their hard work (and added donation!), plus everyone who took time from their busy schedule to help made Event #6 a total success.

Stay tuned this spring as we prepare ourselves for Event #7 in Las Vegas in the summer.

Mission Statement:

Established in 2014, the Charity Series of Poker is a non-profit company founded to organize and promote charity poker tournaments and other events that raise money and awareness for worthy charities and causes. We strive to make it easy for poker players and celebrities to give back to their communities and the world in a very tangible way while playing the game we all love.


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