Ninety-Nines First Canadian Chapter Poker Run

June 10, 2017

The most fun you'll have this spring!

TERMINUS this year will be Edenvale Aerodrome.

The participating airports will be Oshawa, Lindsay, Peterborough, Buttonville, Simcoe Regional, Brampton, Burlington and Edenvale.

How do you play an aviation poker run?

At the first airport, you pick up as many poker hand score sheets as you want to play… remember the more you play, the more chances to win and the more funds we raise for scholarships. At the 99’s table you draw from the card deck a playing card for each of the poker score sheets, the 99 volunteer will stamp your sheet/s. Then you fly to the next airport participating in the Poker Run and pull your next cards for the score sheets.

Fly to four airports and then to the terminus for the final 5 th card. You can purchase extra poker score sheets along the way, but you will still need to fly to five airports total during the time period allowed – 09:00 to 14:30.

The game is the same as 5 card poker (no draws, no wild cards)…best hand wins.

Join us for a fun day of flying – proceeds go towards the 99s aviation scholarship program.

For up to date information and official rules, please click on the image below.

Brantford COPA Flight 148
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