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Play me in a game of HORSE for charity

The 29th annual Caper, a post-game party to benefit Family & Children's Place, will be going down this Saturday from 2-5 in the Cascade Ballroom of the Kentucky Convention Center. The event features a live and silent auction, fun and games and a delicious selection of food and desserts from local restaurants.

One of the items this year is the chance to lose to me in a game of HORSE, which you can bid on here. The winner of the auction item is going to get:

--2 VIP tickets to the Caper on Saturday February 6th that includes a branded mini-basketball, drink tickets, and reserved seating. All food samples are complimentary at the event

--The opportunity to play me in HORSE at the Caper while I'm being ridiculed by ESPN Louisville's Jason Anderson on the microphone

--A shout-out to the winner on my radio show the Friday before Caper

--A highlight on Card Chronicle after the event with the photo of me standing triumphantly over your broken body

The cool thing about all of this is that it benefits one of the best causes in the city, the Family & Children's Place. Family & Children's Place provides individual, family, group and school-based counseling to help trauma-impacted children and families, supervises parent-child visitations, helps at-risk families stay in their homes, assists new parents to better engage and bond with their newborns and works with students to improve grades and relationships.

If you're interested in bidding on the HORSE game, you've only got until the end of the day and you can do so right here.