World Champion will give an expensive poker lesson to help the victims of the pandemic

17.5 thousand dollars-such a tidy amount will have to be posted for a 2-hour poker lesson from the most titled player in the history of WSOP Phil Helmut. However, the owner of 15 bracelets will not put money in his own pocket, but sacrifice them for a good job.

Phil Helmut has joined the numerous army of poker professionals who hardly help the victims of the Crownavirus pandemic. As part of the All In Challenge action, the American put a poker master class of 2 hours on an online auction to invest in a charity fund. One of the bidders rated the service at $ 17,500 and after the removal.

Nine fans will have to pay your attention to Helmut. Auction winner has the opportunity to share an unforgettable experience with eight friends. In addition, as a bonus, Phil Helmut’s students will have 3 rooms at the ARIA Resort and Casino 5-star hotel in their disposal.

Phil Helmut and Phil Ivei. Photo: PokerNews

Chop and join the collection of Fil Helmut’s funds calls for his star colleagues at the Phil Ive and Daniel Negrean shop. In general, a poker community aims to raise $ 100 million to help victims of the pandemic who need it most.