Enter To Win Entry Into Poker Tournament Honoring Dr. Buss

JerryBussJune2010This Sunday, the World Poker Tour will be hosting the Frank Mariani & Jerry Buss No-Limit Hold ‘Em Poker Classic benefitting the Lakers Youth Foundation in honor of the late Lakers owner Jerry Buss. Buss was an avid poker player and competed in a myriad of tournaments during his lifetime.

This tournament will be held at the Los Angeles Bicycle Casino at 4 p.m. and will feature some of the biggest names in LA sports and the Lakers Girls to raise money for the Los Angeles Lakers Youth Foundation.

Preceding the tournament will be a ceremony honoring the life of Dr. Buss.

Lakers Nation and the World Poker Tour have partnered to offer our readers a chance to win a seat in the tournament, a $365 value, and a chance to play for the $20,000 grand prize. Here’s how to win:

  • Log into Twitter and RT this tweet using the hashtag #playatthebike
  • You must be at least 21 years old to win.
  • You must be able to get to and from the Los Angeles Bicycle Casino. Neither Lakers Nation nor the World Poker Tour can provide transportation.

That’s all you have to do to win. We will be contacting the winner via direct message on Twitter. The winner will have three hours to respond. If there is no response, Lakers Nation will select a new winner.

For more details about the Frank Mariani & Jerry Buss No-Limit Hold ‘Em Poker Classic, click here.

—————————————————————————————————————–

VIDEO: 2013 Nike Slam Dunk Contest

 

You May Also Like

Lakers News: Anthony Davis Responds To David Griffin’s ‘Big Market’ Comments

When David Griffin became the New Orleans Pelicans executive vice president of basketball operations, he made it clear…

Lakers Rumors & News Recap: Happy Labor Day, If You’re World Peace

Metta, Metta, Metta… never change. My favorite Laker goof made my Twitter…

Kobe Bryant Would ‘Love To Get Another Crack’ At Spurs In The Playoffs

Over the last two decades or so, the Los Angeles Lakers and…

Kyle Kuzma: Lakers Learning Young Core, Team ‘Can Do More’ While LeBron James And Rajon Rondo Are Out

After an impressive showing and signs of promise during the 2017-18 NBA season, the Los Angeles Lakers young core ultimately proved to be a selling point for LeBron…