Texas Hold’em Dreidel Tournament Extravaganza

The 1st Annual Zipporah Stein Memorial No Limit Texas Hold’em Dreidel Tournament Extravaganza!

In honor of my mother Zipporah Stein who passed away on the eighth night of Hanukkah 3 years ago. May her memory shine eternally like the light of the 8 candles of Hanukkah! Register today because spots are limited!

Saturday December 15th. Yarzteit Minyan will be starting at 9:00pm and the tournament will start at 9:15pm. You must make it to the tournament by 9:30 or your seat may be lost. The tournament will be held downstairs at the new Chabad building on campus, 909 14th Street Boulder, CO.  The Chabad young adult wine and cheese party starts at 8:00pm upstairs for those interested in attending.

$36 buy in required to save your seat at the tournament (must be 21 to play). All proceeds go to the Breast Cancer fund. Free drinks and gelt for all the players! Awesome 1st 2nd & 3rd place prizes!

Register here! Click here to learn how to play.


About Yadidya Greenberg

Yadidya Greenberg was born in Israel and moved to Boulder, CO at eight years old. He has spent three years learning in Yeshiva and is pursuing a degree in animal science. He is a certified Shochet and is acting co-director of the local Jewish community egg co-op and is starting a Kosher meat co-op as well.

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