4th Annual
Charity nO-lIMIT TEXAS HOLD 'EM Tournament

Kiwanis Club of Moorpark

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Event Information - age 21 & over

Event Details

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Saturday, October 26, 2019


5:00pm to 10:00pm (poker at 5:30pm)


McGregor's Craft Beer & Wine

144 W. Los Angeles Ave, Unit 105

Moorpark, CA  93021


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For Players

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Looking for 54 players!


Best charity poker event you 

will attend this year!


Professional Dealers &

Tournament Director!


Complementary 'heavy' Apps & 

Drink Ticket!

Splash Pots for the first hour!

Expecting over $5000 in donated prizes!

Prizes to Bubble Boy & Final Table of Nine!


$50 Buy-in (pre-sale) $70 (at the door)

$500 in Bonus Chips for pre-sale!


$20 unlimited re-buys (first hour)

$20, $40 & $60 add-ons (at the break)


$20 for Guests (receive Apps & Drink Ticket)


Accepting Cash & 

Credit Cards at the event!


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For Sponsors

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Various Sponsorship Levels Available!

Free seats and advertising awarded!


Pocket Aces

$500 - Final Table Sponsor


Pocket Kings

$250 - Outer Table Sponsor


Pocket Queens

$100 - Event Sponsor


Pocket Jacks

Donated Prize Sponsor


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Venue

Cafe Society: McGregor’s in Moorpark is family-owned affair with craft-brew flair

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Excerpts from article by VCS staff writer Lisa McKinnon, which appeared in the Ventura County Star


The family that studies and drinks beer together opens a taproom and bottle shop together.​That's the story behind McGregor's Craft Beer & Wine, which debuted in Moorpark's Tuscany Square shopping center on Father's Day.​


"We're really enjoying sharing our discoveries with customers," said Ormiston. "We only just opened, but we already have regulars."


​Decorated with comfy love seats and a bookcase equipped with board games and JENGA, the bar area looks a bit like an adults-only coffeehouse (entry is limited to those age 21 and older).​ Tables offer plenty of elbow room to gather over pints and taster paddles. Patrons can turn any beer into a float by ordering a scoop of ice cream ($1).​  Dozens of other craft beers in cans and bottles are stocked in a refrigerated case next to shelves of wine. Items from the bottle shop may be purchased to go or to consume on the premises.​


Read the whole article at the Ventura County Star! 

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