Kansas City K.C. Lowball Poker Grand Championship & Title Bracelet

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WHAT: The Kansas City K.C. Lowball Poker Championship

WHEN: Fri., Dec. 11, 2009.

TIME: Registration starts 6PM, Shuffle Up and Deal at 6:30PM

WHERE: The Brass Rail Billiard Hall & Restaurant
4940 NE 81st St (152 Hwy & N. Brighton), Kansas City MO
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BUY-IN: $20 (sugg. donation)

RE-BUY: This tournament will be double elimination. Every player may make one re-buy upon first bust-out. The re-buy will be equal to the average player's stack at the time of the re-buy. The champion will effectively have to "beat everyone twice" to win the crown!

GAME: Traditional-style No-Limit Kansas City Lowball. Deuce to Seven style. Straights and Flushes count as straights and flushes. Ace is high card. Played with small and big blind. 1st player to left of big blind must open for at least 2X the BB or fold. One draw only.

EXTRA STARTING CHIPS: Extra starting chips will be available to players bringing at least 3 food items for the Salvation Army food pantry (or $2 equivalent). Items in greatest need are high-protein items like canned tuna, beans, dry rice, dry beans, canned meat (like Spam), etc. For more info see: http://www.KansasPoke... (http://www.KansasPokerNews.com)

PRIZES: 1) Generous giftcard payout to top 10% of finishes. 2) Trophies to Top 3 finishers. 3) Title Bracelet to Champion. 4) All players reaching the final table will qualify for the Kansas State Holdem Championship Final Round (see that event, Dec. 19). 5) All players finishing in the top 10% will receive points towards the MoKanNeb Tri-State Grand Champion Title and Bracelet.

TITLE BRACELET & TROPHIES: Trophies to the Top 3 finishers. Title Bracelet to the Champion. Trophy honors Murph Harrold, history's greatest KC Lowball player.

MO-KAN-NEB TRI-STATE GRAND CHAMPION TITLE: This is one of 7 tournaments with qualifying points for the MoKanNeb Tri-State Grand Champion Title. The other tournaments are: The Topeka Texas Holdem Championship, The Kansas City NL Texas Holdem Championship, The Manhattan Texas Holdem Championship, The Omaha Texas Holdem Championship, The Kansas State Mixed Games Championship, and the Kansas State Texas Holdem Championship. The player with the highest combined score in this tournament series will be awarded the 2009 MoKanNeb Tri State Grand Champion title and bracelet. You need not compete in all events to be eligible for this title.

BENEFICIARY: 100% of net proceeds of this non-profit charitable event benefit the Arthritis Foundation and the Salvation Army.