Small Town Poker Tour to Donate to Your Charity

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The Small Town Poker Tour, the world's largest amatuer poker tour, will offer a special bonus for any poker player.

The Small Town Poker Tour announced today a special bonus to all poker players. The STPT will donate $25 to the charity of your choice, to any new player registration and cash deposit at the online poker room Noble Poker.

"The STPT is all about giving back and what a better way to give back then to donate directly to the players charity", stated Mark Fracalossi STPT Executive Producer.” Poker has proven to be a great charity vessel and we are just taking it to the next level," Fracalossi added.

Just go to and click on the “Register to Play” link and follow the instructions. In addition to the bonus, the STPT will run weekly events at Noble Poker all geared toward the amateur poker player.

The tour will add a new grass roots look to the nation's fastest growing card game Texas Hold'em. It will also raise money for charity along the way. It is also being filmed for television. Production duties have gone to award winning Make It Happen Productions and Executive Producer/Creative Director Billy Frank.

The tour will be not of the flashy set productions you see on television. "Our show is unique. The finals will be in a casino, but the rest of the show is a tour of world," Fracalossi stated. The tour will make promotional stops as it travels the country. "Our goal is to make this a fund raising machine for the towns we visit," he said.

The STPT travels the world searching for the number amateur poker player out there; The STPT also lends its hand behind the scenes in many high profile charity, corporate and celebrity events. "We work with many celebrities and charities who want to use poker as a tool to raise money for their cause. We can do an event for 10 or 1000," Fracalossi said.

Upcoming Events include the Small Town Poker Tour Baltic Championships, with stops in Denmark, Sweden and Estonia. The STPT will hold a series of Texas Hold ‘Em poker tournaments at Indian casinos across the USA. Proceeds from the tournaments will benefit the North American Indigenous Games. The North American Indigenous Games (NAIG) celebrates the sport and culture of indigenous peoples across North America. Recognized by the Aboriginal Peoples and Governments of Canada along with Tribal nations throughout the U.S., the 2006 North American Indigenous Games will take place July 2 – 9, 2006 in Denver and Colorado Springs, Colorado. All charities are encouraged to contact the tour. To sign up to play in the event or to learn more about the STPT please visit .


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