Blackjack Expert Uses Winnings to Help the Needy

Blackjack Expert Uses Winnings to Help the Needy

Latest Casino News 21 Sep , 2019 0

A professional blackjack player known only as "RobinHood702" (for reasons of anonymity) is looking to help those who are in need once again. Robin Hood 702 is offering to play high stakes blackjack to help you pay off your debts. All you have to do is submit your story and the amount of money you need to the official site but what's the catch?

There aren't any it seems. Even if things don't go as planned at the blackjack table at least half of the debt will be paid. Aside from the debt payment Robin Hood 702 is also treating the lucky recipients to a luxurious, all expenses paid weekend stay at the Palazzo Hotel and Casino. This stay includes a luxury suite, tickets to the latest Vegas shows as well as spa treatments and fine dining in the city's best restaurants.

Just last year he created the site which offered a chance for individuals and families in dire financial straits to have their debts paid off. After sifting through thousands of submissions he decided to help out the Kegler from Detroit whose 3 year old daughter's treatments for brain cancer had caused them to go in to $ 35,000 worth of debt.

True to his word the Kegler family was given the first class treatment in Vegas and given the full $ 35,000 after he won it playing blackjack.

RobinHood702 also won his friend Dr. Robin Richard Schulze over to his cause after meeting the Keglers in person and seeing them receive the money they so badly needed. This year he's decided to pay off the debt of one of the chosen families.

"I want ten thousand people to do this. It is one thing to hear about people helping people and it is another thing to be there in person," Dr. Schulze commented.

Dr. Schultze who is a medical herbalist, will not gamble to earn the money for the family he selects but rather will just present the money after the family's Vegas weekend stay.


Source by Calvin O Brown


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