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Jennifer Harman Celebrity Poker Tournament on November 14 Benefitting Nevada SPCA

Celebrities and Poker Pros Converge On Planet Hollywood To Raise Money For Good Cause

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The Jennifer Harman Celebrity Poker Tournament on Friday, November 14 at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino will see some of world’s best poker players joined by stars from Hollywood, the Las Vegas Strip, and the sports world, all to benefit the no-kill animal rescue work of the Nevada SPCA (Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals).

The charity poker tournament will feature a $200 buy-in, with single and double rebuy and add-on options for $50 and $100 respectively. Those interested in participating can RSVP to save a seat at www.nevadaspca.org. The buy-in is paid at Planet Hollywood on the day of the tournament. Prizes will go to the top ten finishers, with the eventual champ set to earn a set to the 2015 World Series of Poker main event or $10,000 cash.

In addition to Jennifer Harman, a two-time WSOP bracelet winner, top cash game pro and host of the event, the tournament will also feature dozens of celebrities. Some of those confirmed to attend include: author & TV host/producer Zak Bagans (“Ghost Adventures”), actress Julie Benz (“Dexter”), pro poker player Andy Bloch, master magician Lance Burton, actress Charisma Carpenter (“The Expendables”), poker pros Chip & Karina Jett, actress Clare Kramer (“Buffy The Vampire Slayer”),three-time WSOP bracelet winner Jeff Madsen, actress and model Shanna Moakler and among many others.

The Nevada Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is dedicated to the belief that every life is precious. Funded entirely by private donations, the Society operates a no-kill shelter in Las Vegas for animals who have been abused, neglected or abandoned, or otherwise face homelessness and danger. It works to provide medical care, rehabilitation and adoption services for thousands of animals each year and then place them in loving, forever homes.

You can get more info on the Nevada SPCA at their website. or by following their twitter account.