Harman Charity Reno Event Banks Big Bucks
March 16, 2022

Another Jennifer Harman Charity Poker Tournament took place recently as part of a two-day fundraising event to benefit the National Kidney Foundation, and by all accounts it was a great success.

Harman raised a significant amount of money as a result of the silent auction, "Full Tilt Throw Down Party," and Master Forum Poker Academy that took place last week, but it was the charity poker tournament itself, and its over 300 participants, that mainly contributed to raising over $110,000 for the worthy cause

Just some of those that attended the Jennifer Harman Charity Poker Tournament included Howard Lederer, Tiffany Michelle, Jeff Madsen, Lee Watkinson, Lon McEachern, Tido Fuentes, Andy Bloch, Roy Winston, David Plastik and Todd Brunson.

"This is the largest field of any charity event I've hosted," said Harman. "The outpouring of support exceeded any expectations. I can't thank the poker community enough for its generosity."

The eventual winner of the charity tournament was Reno local William Roberts who earned a $5,000 entry into the World Poker Challenge, a Legacy Alliance custom crystal trophy and a Curtis & Co. Watch for taking down the star-studded event on Wednesday.

The National Kidney Foundation is a non-profit organization close to Jen's heart, particularly as she herself has been fortunate enough to benefit from two donated kidneys in her lifetime. To find out more about the National Kidney Foundation or to make a tax deductible donation visit

Story by Mark Anderson

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