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Join us at the Moneyweb High Society Poker Evening


Bring your best poker face and join us on June 17th 2015 for a fun evening of High Society Poker, brought to you by Moneyweb. It’s all in the name of fun, so no real money is played with, but you’ll get to have a Poker and swank-filled evening, plus rub shoulders with a few Jozi’s elite businessmen. By being there you also stand the chance to win loads of cool prizes from a host of sponsors as well as Mantality prizes and vouchers.

How does it work?

R1500 per person, which includes dinner, drinks, buy-in, plus a 3-month subscription to iTrip – the take-you-home service!

That gets you a seat at the table and buy-in to the game. Unfortunately it’s not traditional gambling/poker so no cash prizes, and you’re not playing with real money. You need a gambling license for that. But on the night there will be a bunch of hot prizes – like a R10 000 Vunani investment fund, a wealth management course worth R8,000, some leather goods from Burgundy and of course R4,000 in prizes and vouchers from Mantality.

Everyone gets chips to start, as part of the included buy-in, then if anyone is knocked out there will also be a black jack and roulette table to keep them entertained.

Texas hold ’em is the style of poker to be played on the evening.

The evening will be held at: The Venue, Green Park, 3 Lower Road, Corner West Rd South, Sandton
June 17

Got a group?

If you’ve got a group, you’re in luck. You’ll automatically get 15% off the table price.

Sounds like fun doesn’t it.

Register here



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Lover of gadgets, men's culture, cool stuff, Earl Grey tea and all things manly. An optimist in his prime. When he's not keeping the wheels turning at Mantality HQ you'll find him trawling the web, and visiting trade shows to find the newest and coolest gadgets. During his down time he's usually with his 2 dogs, on the golf course, cycling or basking in the literary company of Oscar Wilde, Bret Easton Ellis or Martin Amis whilst drinking espresso strong enough to strip paint.

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