San Manuel Poker Tournament Release
LA KINGS AND ANAHEIM DUCKS TAKE THEIR RIVALRY OFF THE ICE AND TO THE POKER TABLE FOR THE THIRD TIME IN FOUR YEARS, SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA’S HOTTEST RIVALRY COMES TOGETHER FOR CHARITY
LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles Kings and San Manuel Indian Bingo & Casino are pleased to announce the Fourth Annual Rivalry No Limit Hold’em Charity Poker Tournament taking place Thursday, February 20, 2014. This is a joint effort with the Anaheim Ducks which will support the Kings Care Foundation and Anaheim Ducks Foundation. It is the third time the Kings and Ducks will be squaring off in the tournament.
The tournament, with a buy-in of $25 (with no re-buys), will be played inside the Yuhaviatam Room of the casino, located at777 San Manuel Blvd in the city of Highland, CA. The tournament will feature 500 Kings fans and 500 Ducks fans playing against each other, team alumni, Kings broadcasters, poker pros, and celebrities. Confirmed Kings alumni and broadcasters include Luc Robitaille, Sean O’Donnell, Jim Fox, Nick Nickson, Daryl Evans, Bob Miller, Patrick O'Neal, Ian Turnbull, Gary Edwards, Kyle Calder, Noah Clarke, Brad Norton and Pete Demers.
Fans will be playing for cash prizes totaling $10,000. Note: The Kings have sold out this event.
This tournament is part of the long-standing relationship each team has with San Manuel Indian Bingo & Casino. San Manuel Casino has been a founding partner of STAPLES Center and the Los Angeles Kings since 2008.
Note: Must be 21 to participate and/or enter Casino. Please gamble responsibly.
ABOUT SAN MANUEL INDIANBINGO & CASINO
San Manuel Indian Bingo and Casino is Southern California’s one-stop destination for entertainment and fun. The casino is just 70 minutes from downtown Los Angeles and a short drive from LA-Ontario International Airport. Guests enjoy over 3,400 of the latest slots, live poker and Vegas-style blackjack, high-limit gaming, high-limit stakes bingo, incredible entertainment, sumptuous dining and generous player’s reward program. Owned and operated by the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians, the casino has been providing fun and excitement since 1986. Since that time, players have received over $2 billion in cash, prizes and giveaways, making any visit to San Manuel an exciting and memorable experience. For more information on San Manuel Indian Bingo and Casino, please visit their Web site at www.sanmanuel.com or call 800-359-2464.