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Poker Player Daniel, Phil, And Bernard Do Charity at Christmas


Poker Player Daniel Negreanu raises funds for troubled small businesses.

Poker player Daniel Negreanu is raising money for something other than Polk's retirement fund. The legendary player, the winning Grand Prix of the tournament. Daniel, through his friend Eric "Barstool Nate" Nathan, will match up to $25,000 in donations for the Barstool Fund. This is a charity event to raise money for small businesses struggling to survive during COVID-19.

Following the billionaire entrepreneur Marcus Lemonis challenged Barstool founder Dave Portnoy. Portnoy expressed his gratitude and created a charity event that has raised more than $4.6 million this month. And Daniel will also join the fundraising. He will match up to $25,000 in donations to the Barstool Fund. And promised to receive up to $25,000 in donations from the charity work of "Barstool Nate". Daniel will raise an additional $25,000, bringing the total donation to $50,000.

Poker Player Daniel Negreanu

Phil Hellmuth and Bernard Lee perform good deeds

For many people, the holiday is a carnival day. But for a poker player and media person Bernard Lee, this means this is a season of dedication. They will continue the annual tradition of donating in the Boston area. Phil Hellmuth, the winner of 15 WSOP bracelets, is busy distributing random acts of kindness.

In the week before Christmas, Hellmuth shared two tweets on Twitter. He revealed that he would donate $100 to ARIA and Las Vegas Airport employees, Starbucks employees, and many people in Los Angeles the next day.

At that time, he tweeted some remarks about increasing the contribution of upcoming benefits. But these tweets have caused controversy on social media. Some people think that the "poker kid" is just for publicity. They think he should do it anonymously.

Despite some criticism, many others sided with Hellmuth. Many supporters even pointed out that in a difficult year, Hellmuth's tweets were actually more positive. Many of these tweets may inspire others to act generously.

Phil Hellmuth and Bernard Lee do good deeds

Poker player Bernard Lee leads the Full House Charity Program

In fact, since 2011, Bernard Lee has led the Full House Charity Program. The program has provided items and funds worth more than $100,000 to child-centered organizations in New England. The program has helped about 400 families and 600 children in its ten-year history. And this year, they will also cooperate with FamilyAid Boston for the fifth consecutive year. And they provided holiday gifts to 35 local homeless families. Each family will receive customized gifts for adults and 55 participating children.

Since the start of the event, Lee and his children have actively participated every year. They spent hours personally packing each customized gift package from the family's personalized wish list. In the past ten years, several companies have helped the "Whole House Charity Project" succeed. This year is no exception. Tana Karn, President and Founder of, also said: "I am proud that the RunGood Family Ambassador has stepped up to work during these difficult times."