Justin Shronk Memorial Tourney @ Full Tilt

Earlier this year in April Justin Shronk, a well known person in the poker industry passed away.  He was only 27 years old at the time and this Sunday, December 6th poker players can help honor him.
On Sunday, December 6th at 6pm EST Full Tilt Poker is going to host the Justin Shronk Memorial Tournament.  This tourney is going to be a $5 + $5 No Limit Hold’em event.
Half of each buyin is going to go the Justin Shronk Memorial Fund at the Temple University School of Communications and Theater.  The fund got started when his brother, Brian Lemke donated $20,000 dollars last summer when he won a WSOP Bracelet.
Before Shronk started working in the poker media field for PokerRoad, CardPlayer and Bluff Media he attended Temple.
If you want to play in the tournament you can find it under the ‘Private’ tournaments in the Full Tilt Poker Lobby and the password is Justin Shronk. Join Full Tilt Poker today and when you make your first deposit you could get up to $600 dollars extra with their 100% deposit bonus.

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