Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and WPT Foundation raises US$ 700000 for charity

Recently, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and WPT Foundation’s “All In” for Kids Poker Tournament put forward around US$ 700000 which would serve the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia quite well.
Along with the service of Phil Hellmuth, the fourteen-time gold bracelet winner, WPT anchor Lynn Gilmartin, as well as co-founder Dan Shak, the money put forward will lend support to the Division of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition, one of the biggest, most active programs of this type in the region which offers state-of-the-art aid to kids.
Childrens Hospital of Philadelphias CEO and president Madeline Bell told that every year, they are really proud to collaborate with the World Poker Tour Foundation on this important and exciting event. They especially thanked the Gitlin Family Foundation for their support, and all of the physicians as well as staff in Children’s Hospital of Philadelphias Department of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition, who work inexhaustibly every day to offer their patients with great care.

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Scott’s View About His Victory in Sunder Million

Scott Aggro Santos Margereson has become such a poker player who defeating all the players in Sunday Million of the PokerStars became the only player in the game. He received $ 194,479 as his first major tournament cash this on 26 April 2015.

This poker player belongs to the England, but, at present, he lives in Playa del Carmen Mexico temporarily. The Mexico is the city where he plays both ring games as well as the tournament. This is the time when this player is paying attention a bit on the ring games. In the Pocket Fives Worldwide Ranking, he holds 41st place. On the other hand, In the United Kingdom Ranking, he is at forth place just below three players: Jareth “jareth3542” East, Patrick “pletno1” Leonard, and Jareth “jareth3542” East.

Margereson caught the attention of the Poker world not through a single victory. First he participated in the WCOOP-18; $400 k guaranteed, $320 NL Hold’em of PokerStars on 12 September 2014, he won this event and received $106,896.51. 2 days later just after this victory, he again participated in PokerStars WCOOP-22: SundayWarm Up SE; $215 NL Hold’em, $1M Guaranteed. He again won this event and received $202,000. Continue reading