Mark Ward

GamesAid Poker Tournament at Develop 2014

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The GamesAid Poker Tournament at Develop , Sponsored by Relentless Software, will take place from 8pm on Tues 8th July 2014 at The Grosvenor Casino, Brighton Seafront.


There will be 70 places available on a first come first served basis. To take part and guarantee a place please register your £50 buy-in on this Justgiving page today.

PLEASE ENSURE YOU BRING PHOTO ID WITH YOU ON THE NIGHT, either in the form of a valid driver's license or passport. This is a UK legal requirement and you won't be able to access the casino without it.

The semi-final of the World Cup starts at 9pm on the same night, however, rest assured we will be showing the game on plenty of screens in the casino.


There won’t be cash prizes available this year, however, a number of other exciting prizes will be announced in due course.


The game is Texas Hold 'Em No Limit with a £50 buy-in. Re-buys and add-ons will also be available on the night.


As always, all levels of players are welcome.


To find out about GamesAid and where the money raised from the poker tournament will be going please check out


Many thanks to our friends at Relentless Software for their help in making this year's tournament happen and to you for your continued support of GamesAid.


Best of luck on the night!


Mark Ward

GamesAid Ambassador

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Games Aid

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Games Aid is a UK based games industry charity, acts as an umbrella charity for charities supporting children and young people. Games Aid's mission is to use the skills and passion of the gaming industry to raise funds for these causes. Games Aid is a non-profit organisation run by trustees.

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