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July 22, 2006

Because It's How You Roll

by Luckbox

Because you know if you were in little Peyton's shoes, you'd want people to help you.

Because you know if you won the WSOP Main Event, you'd make sure some of your riches went to help someone like Peyton.

Because that's just what Bobby Bracelet would do, and who doesn't want to roll like him?

Get out your poker bankrolls again and pull off a few bills. We've got some outstanding new additions to the ForPeyton auction and you only have a few days left to bid!

  • As mentioned a few posts below, it's an invitation for two to the Full Tilt Poker WSOP Gala on the night of July 26th in Vegas. It's the kind of poker party you don't want to miss.
  • And if you're in Vegas for that, might as well bid on what might be the most entertaining offering, an invitation for two to Howard Lederer's 4th annual World Series of Beer and Karaoke Championships. It's on July 27th.
  • Of course, the East Coast is not left out. Poker Pro Steve Zolotow wants to take you to his favorite New York restaurant for dinner and a chat about poker strategy. If you have an opportunity to win this auction, don't pass it up!
  • Robert Mizrachi doesn't want you to have to go anywhere for his offering. It's a 2-hour poker lesson from anywhere. All you need is a phone line. It's the kind of lesson that will likely pay itself back pretty quickly at the poker tables.
  • Annie Duke has two offerings for the auction. First, it's an autographed hardcopy of her book and a copy of her DVD. Second, it's a signed paperback copy of her book and two of her DVDs.
  • You pretty much either love the Duke Blue Devils or hate them with a passion that burns deep inside your soul. I'm part of the latter. Either way, getting your hands on a Duke hat autographed by Mike Kryskewiksi Chechefski Krewioasdfhklhuyrewoioski Coach K would be quite a coup.
  • There's another CardPlayer package up for bid that now includes a one-year subscription to the magazine plus a Phil Hellmuth DVD, a Poker for Dummies DVD and a CardPlayer mousepad.
  • Finally, Phil Hellmuth has another stellar offering including Phil's DVD, a poker book, two CardPlayer T-shirts and a one-year subscription to the magazine.
    | Luckbox's Thoughts