We invite you to help us celebrate 21 years of Darius Weems! To mark this special day, pro poker players/DGW fans, Bryan Devonshire and Gavin Smith are throwing a No-limit Texas Hold em’ tournament in Las Vegas, Nevada. You can reserve your seat today. OR, if you’re not into poker, you can celebrate D’s 21st with a birthday lunch! Click here for more info.

The poker tournament will be attended by Darius and most of the Darius Goes West crew. There will be a cash prize, major material prizes, and a silent action. All of the proceeds from the event will benefit Duchenne muscular dystrophy research. Check out the details and reserve your seat below!

What: No-Limit Poker Tournament, Silent Auction, & Birthday Lunch
Where: Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, NV
When: October, 2, 2010
Hosts: Pro poker players, Bryan Devonshire & Gavin Smith and Darius Weems
Total Seats: 200
Price for seat: $220
Prizes: Cash Prize + Material Prizes (we’ll be announcing these soon…and they will be awesome)
How: Scroll down to sign up!!!

Tournament Details & Structure:
A red carpet walk and silent auction will start at 4PM. The no-limit Texas hold’em tournament will start at 5PM. There will be unlimited $50 re-buys available during the first three 30-minute levels and a one-time $50 add-on for twice the starting stack. Fifty percent of the initial buy-in, combined with generous product donations, will be distributed among money winners. Fifty percent of the initial buy-in, re-buys and add-ons, along with general event proceeds, will benefit DMD research. This tournament is limited to 200 players, and seats will be filled on a first-come, first-serve basis. To guarantee your seat, please fill out the form and make a donation now. We will notify you when you’ve been added to the comp list.

This Darius Goes West Charity Poker Tournament is a GreasieWheels production.

Steps For Reserving A Seat
1. Fill out the form below.
2. Click here and make a $220 donation.

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