** WE HAVE REACHED OUR 120-PERSON MAXIMUM CAPACITY. **
All new registers will be placed on a WAIT LIST (in order of date/time registered) and will enter the tournament when a seat becomes available.
You are encouraged to register and join the wait list. Regular play and the inevitable no-shows will open seats in the tournament (we know multiple people who might not attend due to various circumstances).
Anyone on the wait list that does not get a seat, will be given the option of receiving a refund or given the option of donating all or part of their registration to the Autism Resource Foundation (ARF).
If you are going to be LATE, you must text both Anthony Hale (602-435-1251) and Keith Taylor (623-556-7603) BEFORE the tournament starts to reserve your seat.
All-In For Autism FAQs
What happens with my donations for the event?
Are my contributions to this event tax-deductible?
What is the cost to participate in the charity poker tournament?
Can I skip the wait lines and pre-register for the event?
Yes, you can pre-register online at AutismPoker.org. All early registers will receive 5,000 bonus chips and a free event t-shirt. Donate to ARF
Can I pay with a credit card?
Are add-ons available?
There will be a special one-time Bonus Add-On during the first break. The Bonus Add-On has a donation/cost of $10 for 10,000 chips and is available to all participants, regardless of whether they previously attained add-ons.
Are re-buys available?
Where is the charity poker tournament located?
The All-In For Autism charity poker tournament will be played at the Homewood Suites by Hiton Phoenix North – Happy Valley. The address is 2470 W. Charlotte Dr., Phoenix, AZ 85085 (located at The Shops at Norterra – I-17 freeway and Happy Valley Rd. exit).
Can I pre-register for the event?
Yes, you pre-register online at AutismPoker.org. Early registers will receive 5,000 bonus chips and a free event t-shirt. Donate to ARF
When does registration start?
Registration starts at 1:00 pm at the event.
We recommend that you avoid the long lines and pre-register online at AutismPoker.org. Early registers will receive 5,000 bonus chips and a free event t-shirt. Donate to ARF
When does the tournament start?
Can I arrive late for the tournament?
You can arrive up to 60 minutes after the start of the tournament. For those that arrive late, the current big blind will be deducted from your chip stack.
What type of poker is played?
What is the starting chip stack?
How long are the blinds?
The blinds are 20 minutes long before the first break. The blinds are 15 minutes for the remainder of the tournament.
What is the blind structure (Small blind/Big Blind)?
(15 minute blinds) 500/1,000, 1,000/2,000, 2,000/4,000, 3,000/6,000, 4,000/8,000 (Break – Chip Up)
(15 minute blinds) 5,000/10,000, 10,000/20,000, 20,000/40,000, 30,000/60,000, 40,000/80,000 (Break – Chip Up)
(15 minute blinds) 50,000/100,000, 60,000/120,000, 70,000/140,000, 80,000/160,000, 90,000/180,000 (Break – Chip Up)
The remaining blinds will be 15 minutes long and announced by Tournament Directors.
How long does the tournament last?
What happens if a card is exposed in the deal?
If the exposed card is for any other player outside of the small blind or big blind. The dealer will hold the exposed card. The dealer will skip the player with the exposed card and continue to deal the remaining cards. The player with the exposed card will receive the final card. The exposed card will be the burn card for the hand.
What happens if there is a dispute in play?
What prizes will be awarded?
This is a prestigious 4-day WSOP bracelet event with a choice of flight start dates on either Friday, June 24 or Saturday, June 25. The previous winner of this WSOP bracelet event won $1,000,000 in prize money.