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The Kosher Poker Tour (KPT) stop in Atlanta, originally set for July 14, is being rescheduled. In making the announcement, tour officials said the change is being made to accommodate additional sponsors and firm up additional prizes.
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Included in the expanded prize pool, KPT officials announced the top prize will now include a seat at this year’s World Series of Poker Main Event and a Champion’s Bracelet.
Current ticket holders, officials added, will receive additional chips for play for attending on the new date.
Remaining KPT tickets are $200 for individuals; presenting sponsorships are also available and include additional VIP seats in the tournament. Newly announced, corporations and businesses can now buy their own table of 10 players and sit together at the start of the tournament for $2,000.
Those who are looking to grab a seat before corporate sponsors buy out tables can contact Gregg Woodman via (770) 378-2037 or gwoodman@StarFinancial.com or call Congregation Dor Tamid at (770) 623-8860.
For additional information, contact the KPT for more details on the VIP program, sponsorships and for tickets at kosherpokertour.com.