RE/MAX of Abilene will be hosting their 10th annual Texas Hold'em Poker Tournament and Casino Night to benefit Abilene's local Children's Miracle Network (CMN) on Thursday, November 11, 2021.

This year's tournament will be held at the 201 Mesquite Events Center (201 Mesquite St) in downtown Abilene from 6 to 9 PM. Doors will open at 5:30 PM, with the tournament beginning at 6 PM. A brisket nacho bar will be served from 5:45 to 7 PM, and fountain drinks will be provided. This event is BYOB.

A silent auction will also be available.

Want to get tickets?

Entry tickets for both poker and casino competition are $50, with $25 second-chance buybacks at the event on poker. To purchase tickets, please call (325) 695-3730 or stop by the RE/MAX of Abilene office at 2545 S Danville Dr.

Since poker is a game of skill (and maybe some luck), first-place through fourth-place prizes include Visa gift cards for $1,000 and $500, Yeti merchandise, and an Apple Watch. Casino prizes include a custom golf driver, one round of golf at the Abilene Country Club, and a Nintendo Switch.

The best part of this event? 100% of the proceeds from Texas Hold'em Poker Tournament and Casino Night go directly to Abilene's local Children's Miracle Network at Hendrick Children's Hospital.

Hendrick serves children in areas from Fort Worth all the way to Lubbock, Texas, and works hard to meet the medical needs and challenges of local children. they do this through programs like Asthma Day Camp, Camp Courage, HERO, the Child Life Program, and by purchasing specialized pediatric medical equipment for over 40,000 children in our area.

RE/MAX of Abilene has proudly sponsored Abilene's local CMN hospital for over three decades and is proud to serve the community of Abilene and its children with another year of Texas Hold'em Poker Tournament and Casino Night.

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