ICAN Win III! Charity Poker Tournament

Feel the Passion, Share the FUN!

Join ICAN and Emcee Chuck Clayton for ICAN's Third Texas Charity Poker Tournament!

Sidelines Sports Grille
Casino table image 200 Buttercup Creek Blvd.
Cedar Park, TX 78613

Saturday, May 20, 2017, 12 p.m. (High Noon!) Central Time

Over $2,500 in cash and prizes!

$40 suggested donation

Get ready for another awesome time playing Texas Hold'em for some great cash and prizes and helping ICAN, a unique, five-star rated and Platinum-seal ranked cancer patient advocacy organization.

The event starts at High Noon (12 p.m.) just like the old west shootouts, and you will definitely want to be involved in this exciting and FUN event.

Last time we had an awesome turnout at our October tournament, and this time we hope for many more! Everyone had a great time...we had many wonderful comments about all the camaraderie and excitement.

Not only that—there will be an amazing raffle with incredible prizes as well. An awesome time will be had by all!

There is a $40 suggested donation. And we're thrilled to announce that there is already more than $2,500 in tournament prizes lined up.

Please spread the word with your Texas Hold'em friends.

This event has been created to help raise monies and cancer awareness for the International Cancer Advocacy Program (ICAN) and to host an amazingly fun event to celebrate life and help others. The proceeds benefit the Claire Nelson Brain Tumor Program.

"Claire Nelson was my niece who passed away at the tender age of 16 in 2005. We still miss her a great deal today. ICAN helped my family when there was a great need and this event is to give back to this true charitable organization."

—Chuck Clayton

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