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All-In to Fight Cancer

All-In to Fight Cancer is a grassroots nonprofit organization that hosts Texas Hold’em fundraisers in memory of Rob Eubank. Rob was a great friend, a great man, a good golfer, and a pretty decent poker player with an undeniably huge heart. We honor his life by supporting local cancer organizations, including the Paula Takacs Foundation, as well as healthcare providers, patients and families. Every All-In to Fight Cancer Texas Hold’em fundraiser is a great evening out for players and spectators alike. This year’s event will include dozens of tables, live entertainment, great food, exclusive merchandise and raffles.

Tournament Details

  • Doors open at 5:30pm. Stop by the registration table to get checked in, using your last name.

  • Cards hit the table at 6:30pm sharp. If you’re playing, you do not want to be late!

  • Reminder: No one under the age of 21 can be admitted.

  • If you get knocked out, you can buy back in to the tournament for $140, so be sure to bring cash and credit cards. We’ll provide details before the tournament begins.

Food, Drink, and Raffles

  • Non-alcoholic beverages are available.

  • Alcoholic beverages can be purchased from any of The Fillmore’s open bars.

  • There will be amazing raffle prizes! Be sure to get your raffle tickets early, as the first drawing will be immediately following the opening announcements. See itinerary here.

  • Fabulous food will be provided.

Entertainment

  • Live Music

Parking

  • See map for parking directions

  • The red arrows indicate the parking deck area

  • Follow NC Music Factory Blvd – Make a left onto Hamilton St. – Parking is directly in front of VBGB & behind the Avid Exchange buildings

  • Parking is free. If asked, please be sure to let any parking attendants know that you are attending the All-In to Fight Cancer fundraiser at the Fillmore.

FAQs Details & Ticket Purchase
Date: 03/31/2022
Time:

Doors open at 5:30pm.

Location: The Fillmore Charlotte

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