Ever want to hone your poker skills by learning from the best players in the world?  If you're out near the Rio Convention Center this summer, you could get free advice from some of the game's greats as well as contribute to a great cause.

According to CardPlayer.com's Brian Pempus, "The WSOP has teamed with its official charities, the Prevent Cancer Foundation and the Nevada Cancer Institute, to offer the first annual Bad Beat Seminar Series." Pempus continues, "the WSOP hopes that attendees will either consider a $20 donation, or agree to pledge one percent of their WSOP tournament winnings to benefit Bad Beat on Cancer."

The likes of 11 time WSOP bracelet winner, Phil Helmuth, bracelet winners Annie Duke and Vanessa Selbst and even the legend, Doyle Brunson, will all be hosting free seminars in relation to different poker subjects. The schedule starts on June 4th.  Time for ol' Monte to put in his vacation request.