Poker tournament raises $1,230 for Beat the Odds


October 24, 2019

Brian Varela / Petersburg Pilot

One of the Annabelle Baker Poker Tournament's organizers, Jeb Morrow, came in first place and won $2,000. From left to right: Eric Castro, Jeigh Stanton Gregor, Jeb Morrow and Daisy Morrow. The tournament raised $1,230 for the Beat the Odds organization.

Twenty poker players were all in on Sunday for the sixth annual Annabelle Baker Poker Tournament, which raised $1,230 for the Beat the Odds organization.

The tournament was first established by Jeigh Stanton Gregor to remember the late Annabelle Baker, who was known as a competitive poker player.

"This is the first year in a couple years where we had a good time near the end reminiscing about Annabelle and her poker skills," said Stanton Gregor. "I think we all enjoyed that, talking with Pat about his wife and having a good

laugh, remembering a good friend. It was a really nice evening."


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