Texas Hold ‘Em poker is keeping lawyers busy these days, but not at the tables.

The wildly popular card game has created a buzz over the legality of using poker tournaments to raise money for charitable causes. Over the last year, organizations nationwide, from schools to churches to plain old poker-junkie groups, have turned to lawyers for help in battling what they deem as rigid charity poker laws.

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