Players Poker Club In Houston Opens With A 50K Guaranteed Poker Tournament

HOUSTON, TX – 03-29-2019 ( — Players Poker Club located in Houston’s Westchase area opens its doors with a 50K guaranteed poker tournament starting on April 4th, 2019. “We are excited to bring poker to the west side of Houston says Bernard Doherty of Player Poker Club. Our goal is to provide a relaxed atmosphere with great accommodations for our poker players in Houston to come and enjoy 7 days a week!” Grand Opening With a 50k NLH Poker Tournament. “This poker tournament will give players the availability to come and play and experience our poker room and staff as well as giving them the potential to win a chunk of change.” Says Doherty. The tournament will stretch across 4 days. Players can enter and play in one of four flights. The winners will then all play against each other on the final day. For details on this event visit our events calendar at for details. You can also call the poker room for details. In addition to paying the regular entry fee for this tourney there are satellite tournaments for a seat running daily! Why Locate A Poker Room On the West Side Of Houston? The poker room location was carefully chosen to make it convenient to visit for as many poker players in Houston as possible. The room is located at 11326 Westheimer Rd. Ste. A, Houston, TX 77077 which makes it very easy to get to from Beltway 8 as well as I-10 or Hwy 59. This Houston poker room can easily be gotten to for anyone living on the West Side of town including Sugar Land, Katy, West Chase, Memorial as well as any of the surrounding areas. Being located very centrally on the West Side of town makes it easy to get there from any of the major freeways.

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Company Name: Players Poker Club Houston
Full Name: Bernard Doherty
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