Fox Poker Club to open in London’s West End

Fox Poker Club to open in London’s West End

Thursday, 3 June 2010

Shaftesbury Avenue in London’s West End is famous for theatres, music and now poker. The Fox Poker Club will open doors in August to all Hold ‘em and Omaha; cash game and tournament lovers.

The club, named after 18th century politician and renowned gambler Charles Fox, aims to be the world’s best poker room – from what we’ve heard, they’re definitely on the right track. Within a 10-minute walk of Piccadilly Circus, Leicester Square and Soho, the club is 6,500 square ft of dedicated poker space.

Chris North, managing director said: “We are a unique poker destination in London focusing on delivering the best table action alongside quality service. It will be a great place to take on some of London’s finest” 
The club can seat up to 200 players, providing full bar and food facilities as well as a break area with plasma TVs and super-comfy sofas. For those of us who suck upon nicotine’s black teat, a smoking deck is also provided.
The club is dedicated to poker with a camera table in the VIP / Final Table room if you want to feel like Daniel Negreanu on ESPN. Hell, it even has its own poker library with memorabilia from the world of poker – how cool is that?

The club is located at 93-107 Shaftesbury Avenue, W1D 5DY. For further information visit

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