Have a Good Poker Story, It May Get You on Television

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The Small town Poker Tour is searching America for the number one amateur poker player and looking for unique stories. Send us your poker story and have it featured on our television show.

The Small Town Poker Tour(STPT) is a unique new poker show to hit the air soon. The STPT is traveling the highways and byways of America setting up Texas Hold'em games in some of the nations most unique locations searching for the best non pro poker player out there. Along the way Mark Fracalossi Executive Producer of the show has received many poker stories.

"Now you have your chance to be heard," Mark stated. "We always have people coming up and tell us bad beat stories, how poker has changed my life, and how long I have been playing poker. This unique bond all players have, provided unique tales for the show. "We still receive many everyday, and have decided to post some on our Web site in the next few weeks and some will be featured on the show. "So if you have a poker story that you feel should be told, go to http://www.smalltownpokertour.com and send it us," Fracalossi stated. "Poker has always been a grass roots game and our goal is to bring that feel to life, not the circus atmosphere on television today but the real feel of poker."

The STPT production duties go to Billy Frank of Make IT Happen Productions, know for his award winning productions and amazing production style.

The Small Town Poker Tour will not only search the USA, but also plans tours of Canada, Europe and Asia. The STPT will also lend it's hand in many high profile charity events. Friday November 11, the STPT will help sponsor an event at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, "Vince Neils Off the Strip Tournament. There will be a huge prize pool, plus money will be raised for the Skylar Neil Foundation and the T. J. Martell Foundation, a music industry organization dedicated to the innovative life saving research into the treatment of leukemia, cancer and AIDS.

The STPT will be giving all participating players a bonus. "Anyone who plays in this event will get to play in a STPT event free of charge," Fracalossi added. "I encourage all to get on board and come to Vegas to support this cause."

The Small Town Poker Tour and the Off the Strip charity tournament are projects of THE DIVISION, poker's marketing and promotions agency. For more information, contact Stephen Connolly at 970-376-5798.

The Skylar Neil Foundation, http://www.skylarneil.org

The T. J. Martell Foundation, http://www.tjmartellfoundation.org

The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas, http://www.hardrockhotel.com

The Small Town Poker Tour, http://www.smalltownpokertour.com

Make It Happen Productions


THE DIVISION, http://www.divisionpoker.com


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