New Jersey Mayors To Participate For Charity In World Series Of Poker

Inaugural New Jersey Mayor's Poker Tournament will be held in Atlantic City poker room

The World Series of Poker is to achieve further brand awareness in New Jersey following the announcement Saturday that the brand's online poker platform WSOP.com is to host a new competition in which New Jersey mayors play for charity.

WSOP.com will host its inaugural New Jersey Mayor's Poker Tournament on May 22 as part of the week-long World Series of Poker National Championship festivities in the WSOP-branded Bally's Poker Room in Atlantic City.

The competition will be a winner-takes-all NLHE challenge, played on computers before a live audience, with the winner donating the $10,000 first prize to a local charity of his or her choice.

To ensure a reasonably level playing field, WSOP.com has offered participating mayors a free one-hour tuition session with a top professional player before the event.

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