Russ Bailey Texas Hold' Em Poker to Donate 100 Percent of Proceeds to Charity

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For one month, all proceeds from Internet sales of Russ Bailey Poker, the newest and most popular Texas HoldÂ?em Poker strategy guide, will be given to charity. Puelio West Publishing will be raising money for Childrens Hospital Los Angeles.

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Los Angeles In celebration of the First Anniversary of its hugely successful book, "The Russ Bailey Guide to Limit Texas Hold'em Poker" by Dan Krier, Puleio West Publishing will be donating 100 percent of proceeds from one month's book sales to the Childrens Hospital Los Angeles, one of the world's top pediatric facilities.

"Russ Bailey Poker" tells the story of poker expert Russ Bailey - a simple, considerate man who lived a calm and comfortable life winning money at Texas Hold'em for years on end. Upon Bailey's death in late 2003, every single cent of his poker winnings were donated to charity. Puleio West Publishing's fundraiser commemorates Bailey's life, and hopes to make the same positive impact that Bailey was able to achieve.

The books, which were featured at the 2005 World Series of Poker WSOP Store at the Rio Hotel and Casino, can be purchased online at http://www.RussBaileyPoker.com.

On July 20 at 9:00 p.m. Eastern Standard Time, Krier will make the announcement on national television on "Barry Chappell's Fine Art Showcase," which airs on Celebrity Shopping Network - DirectTV channel 239 and Dish channel 225.

The fundraiser will last from July 20 until August 19. At the end of August, Krier will present a check to Childrens Hospital Los Angeles.

Puleio West Publishing encourages people to give directly to the hospital. Any donation, no matter how small, will greatly help the care of sick children and will aid in necessary research. People can donate online (http://www.childrenshospitalla.org) or contact Stephanie Eversfield at the hospital's foundation hotline at (323)-669-2308 for more information.

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