John Juanda might be the most soft-spoken Poker Hall of Famer playing today. His resume speaks for itself with $20 million in career earnings and five WSOP bracelets. He’s confirmed to play the 2017 Super High Roller Bowl for the first time and intends to auction off 1% of his tournament action with the auction proceeds to benefit charity.

Juanda sent a second tweet reporting his last two high roller cashes if anyone was unaware of his record in high stakes. Should he win, 1% of his action would amount to 60,000, which is the sweat that winning bidder earns. Erik Seidel, an opponent at the SHR Bowl, was first to reply and bid $3,300. The auction ends May 13 at one minute to midnight.

Juanda is donating to the REG charity – Raise for Effective Giving – founded by poker players Philipp Gruissem, Igor Kurganov and Live Boeree in 2015. Kurganov, a board member of the charity, joins Juanda at the SHR Bowl felt.

Several players in the SHR Bowl field have gone above and beyond with charitable initiatives. Dan Smith raised $1.7 million for charity in 2016 that he donated to several of the REG recommended charities, Andrew Robl has a similar charity drive in 2017, matching donations on a month-by-month basis and Bill Klein quietly donated all his of earnings from the 2015 One Drop High Roller to charity.