Patriot Poker Run 2019

Patriot Poker Run 2019

Eventbrite - The Fern 45 Crew presents 5th Annual Fern 45 Patriot Poker Run-2019 - Saturday, November 9, 2019 at 95A Speedway Fernley, Fernley, NV. Find event and ticket information. Join us for our 5th Annual Fern 45 off-road poker run for ATVs, UTVs, jeeps, baja buggies, and dirt bikes. Welcome to the NMA Poker Run page. The Poker Run series is geared towards fun for the whole family. Poker Runs are trail rides over a marked course with an opportunity to win a trophy based on the result of your poker hand! Just a fun reason to ride your bike and maybe come home with prizes. Bring the whole family and everyone has a chance to win!

PGRNY is a diverse group of patriots who come together to show respect and support to US service members, veterans, first responders who die in the line of duty, and their families by standing flag lines and providing escorts at memorial services, only at the request of the family. We also stand flag line for other events honoring veterans and military personnel by request. We do not have meetings, dues, or most of the other membership requirements of other organizations. Many of our members share a love of motorcycles and many are veterans, but neither is a requirement. The only thing our members do have in common is a deep feeling of appreciation of the sacrifices that our military and first responders have made and continue to make.

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We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit and 100% volunteer organization. Any donations received go directly to members of the Armed Services, veterans, families of deployed service members, and Gold Star families in need through our Help on the Homefront (HOTH) programs: Veteran's Financial Assistance Program and Veteran's Furniture Assistance Program. A small portion of the funds raised goes to the families of veterans in the form of a plaque at memorial services.

Richard Seymour's deep run into the 2019 World Series of Poker main event came to an end late Wednesday night in Las Vegas, as the former New England Patriots defensive lineman went out in 131st place out of 8,569 total entrants.

APRC will host their 3rd Annual Poker Run benefiting Dogs4Vets, also known as American Service Animal Society. American Service Animal Society is a nonprofit organization dedicated to enabling disabled veterans to live a more productive life through the use of service animals. Veteran’s Day 2019 Poker Run – November 2nd 2019. The Patriot Tour TM consists of one American Flag being carried through 48 continental states, escorted by tens of thousands for 110 days straight all in honor of America’s Armed Forces members. The Patriot Tour TM is a vehicle through which we strive to unite Americans beneath the colors of our nation’s Flag and behind the men and women. Richard Seymour had his competitive juices flowing once again this week as the former Patriots defensive lineman took part in the 2019 World Series of Poker. While he isn't able to add World Series.

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After starting Day 5 of the tournament in 35th out of 1,286, Seymour spent most of the day at the featured ESPN table. His stack rose and fell but largely stayed within a reasonable distance of the 2.75 million chips he started with. River cree casino buffet prices.

Seymour peaked early in the day with about 3.6 million chips and spent a brief stretch playing with another NFL alumnus, former Detroit Lions tight end Eric Stocz. Seymour's stack slowly dwindled, though, as he was forced to make a series of tough folds with big hands, until he was reduced to 725,000 chips with blinds at 30,000/60,000 (and a 60,000 big blind ante).

He bet all-in for 725,000 and faced two other players with his tournament on the line.

Richard Seymour: Kh-4d
Zhen Cai: Qh-Qd
Anuj Agarwal: Ad-3d


Seymour received a generous flop, as the Kc-6h-2d board gave him a pair of kings and the lead. The hand was lost for good on the turn, though, as the Q's gave Cai an unbeatable three-of-a-kind. The K's river was salt in the wound, giving Seymour three kings to Cai's full house.

For his efforts, Seymour earned a payday of $59,295 -- the second-largest result of his poker career. All told, Seymour has earned $638,293 playing poker tournaments, according to the Hendon Mob database.