CSOP’s “All In For Epilepsy” Event Feb. 8 in Las Vegas Will Award $10,000 WSOP Seat

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Next week, the Charity Series of Poker (CSOP) will host an “All In For Epilepsy” event in Las Vegas, where attendees will have the chance to rub elbows with some major sports stars.

The event will take place on Feb. 8 at View Nightclub at Palms in Las Vegas and is scheduled to include the likes of former professional athletes Dennis Rodman, Lawrence Taylor, Ricky Williams and Willie Gault. There’s also a chance the event will be emceed by all-time bracelet leader Phil Hellmuth.

  • Where: View Nightclub at Palms in Las Vegas
  • When: Thursday, February 8. Cocktail Hour @ 6 p.m.; tournament at 7:00 p.m.
  • Dress Code: Business Casual
  • Notes: 10,000 chips per rebuy; 20,000 chips per add-on

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The cost of admission is $400 for entry into the poker tournament, plus a silent auction and cocktail hour. Proceeds from the tournament will benefit the Hundley Foundation, a nonprofit founded in 2019 to help families affected by epilepsy and other disabilities.

“From championing epilepsy and fostering epilepsy awareness and community development to our fatherhood program and providing grift to families during the holidays, the Hundley Foundation is a dynamic force for change,” CSOP wrote about the event. “We believe in the power of collective action and are resolute in our mission to create and support initiatives that focus on health, wellness, and education in disenfranchised communities.”

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The night will kick off with cocktail hour at 6 p.m. where attendees will be treated to appetizers and an open bar.

The turbo tournament will then kick off at 7 p.m. as players compete for several prizes with the eventual winner getting a $10,000 seat into the World Series of Poker (WSOP) Main Event.

The charity event also features a silent auction with packages including a two-night stay at ARIA, two Vegas Golden Knights glass seats, a Brad Garrett Meet and Greet and comedy show and a celebrity cash game seat.

Hellmuth isn’t the only poker star whom attendees will have the chance to rub elbows with. Just last month, Mike Matusow finished runner-up in the CSOP Awards Tournament as he spent hours playing with fellow attendees.

Mike Matusow
Mike Matusow (left)

Save the Date

The CSOP has also revealed that on February 24, Event #60: “All in Gala” benefiting UNLV Hockey will take place at The Stirling Club in Las Vegas.

CSOP Event #60

About the Charity Series of Poker

Founded in 2014, the Las Vegas-based Charity Series of Poker provides an easy way for poker players and celebrities to give back to their communities and the world through poker.

The CSOP has raised millions of dollars and has been supported by well-known pros like Daniel Negreanu, Phil Ivey and John Cynn.

To learn more about the CSOP and the upcoming charity tournaments, visit the organization’s website at charityseriesofpoker.org or check them out on X (formerly Twitter) at @TheCSOP.

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