“This what it means to be a Raider.” -Marcel Reece
Raiders Alumni, Raiderettes, Raiders personalities and community leaders got together for a good cause as the Raiders Foundation hosted a Charity Poker tournament on Thursday night.
The event benefited the Nevada Youth Football League, a nonprofit organization that facilitates various competitions for both football and cheer programs to approximately 1,000 youth, ages 5-14, year-round in Nevada.
While giving back to the community, the grand prize of this event is seat at the 2020 World Series of Poker.
Lincoln Kennedy won the Charity Poker Tournament and will be competing in the W.S.O.P.
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