Sunday, January 25th, 2015
LANESBOROUGH TREE & FOREST COMMITTEE No Limit Hold'em Tournament directed by Berkshire Poker.

Great Payout Structure!


CLICK HERE TO PREREGISTER ONLINE
Email Michele Raty michele.raty@gmail.com
Call Jim (413) 499-4440

Proceeds to benefit LANESBOROUGH TREE & FOREST COMMITTEE

THE DETAILS:
DATE: Sunday, January 25th, 2015
LOCATION: Skyline Country Club, Route 7, Lanesboro
DOORS OPEN: 11:30am
TOURNAMENT STARTS: 1:00pm
$75 Buy In for 10,000 starting chips (No re-buys)
Pre-register by Thursday, January 22nd, for 2000 chip bonus!*
Optional $10 donation for 2,000 additional chips available at the door
Light lunch to be served at noon.
Cash bar
50/50 Raffle
Volunteer dealers
NO ONE UNDER 18 ADMITTED

**PREREGISTER FOR THE TOURNAMENT BY THURSDAY, JANUARY 22nd, & RECEIVE 2000 BONUS CHIPS!**
CLICK HERE
Email Michele Raty michele.raty@gmail.com
Call Jim (413) 499-4440

Ring Games will begin as soon as there are enough people to start a table! Walk-ins are welcome. Come & Go as you please!

10% rake benefits LANESBOROUGH TREE & FOREST COMMITTEE.

$0.50/$1.00 NL Hold'em: Minimum $20 / Max $150 Buy-in. Max rake $6.00 per pot
$1.00/$2.00 N/L Hold'em: Minimum $40 / Max $300 Buy-in. Max rake $8.00 per pot
$2.00/$5.00 N/L Hold'em: Minimum $100 / Max $1000 Buy-in. Max rake $10.00 per pot
$5.00/$10.00 N/L Hold'em: Minimum $500 / Max Uncapped Buy-in. Max rake $10.00 per pot

Lanesborough is home to one of the largest elm trees remaining in New England, named “King Elmer” by town school kids. The LANESBOROUGH TREE & FOREST COMMITTEE has been recognized by the National Arbor Day Foundation for its work to keep “King Elmer” healthy, as well as preserving many other shade trees and forests. They’re a small group of hard-working volunteers that hope to raise money to help pay for regular maintenance of “King Elmer” against Dutch Elm Disease and the many other trees this committee had planted.

You may also pre-register with our online list of interest, please click here.

NOTE: Prizes and donations are set by, and are the responsibility of, the charitable organization that is conducting the tournament. Berkshire Poker has been hired by the charitable organization to provide the equipment and run the tournament. Berkshire Poker does not set or distribute the prizes.