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Register Now for the 2017 I'Maul In
No Limit Texas Hold 'em Charity Poker Tournament

San Diego, CA (January 23, 2017) - Want to be a part of the Vegas action? Then cap off your Friday night at the USA 7s by taking a seat at the 8th Annual I'Maul In No Limit Texas Hold 'Em Poker Tournament. The action takes place at the Poker Room at the Monte Carlo Hotel & Casino.

Located in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip and host to the international teams playing in the Las Vegas Sevens Tournament, the Monte Carlo Hotel and Casino is ideally located for the annual I'Maul In tournament.

The first hand will be dealt at 10:30 pm. In order to take part in this year's I'Maul In Tournament, participants must pre-register. The cost to register for the I'Maul In Tournament is $40 (this does not go towards your buy-in, rebuys and the add-on). Seating is limited to the first 100 players so register now to save your seat.

The buy-in for the I'Maul In No Limit Texas Hold 'Em Poker Tournament is $60 per player with $50 rebuys and a one-time $50 add-on also available. The Monte Carlo receives a portion of the initial buy-in for hosting the event. The remainder from the initial buy-in and all monies from the rebuys and add-on will go into the player prize pool. 10% of the number of total registrants will get paid so spread the word so we can get to the full allotment of 100 players.

In addition to the first place money, the winner will also receive the coveted 2017 I'Maul In No Limit Texas Hold 'em Poker Tournament crystal trophy. Last year's winner, Todd Komori, took home the crystal trophy and nearly $1,050, and had four hours of fun in the process.

Don't be on the outside looking in on this fun fundraiser. Sign up now.

The USRF would like to thank the following for their support of our Vegas events: USA Sevens LLC, Building Infrastructure Group, Canterbury, Tilted Kilt and TaylorMade. Proceeds from the USRF I'Maul In and Scrumble events will further the youth and high school programs offered by the USRF.