Houston Poker Club to be Featured on World Series Game
Prime Social Poker Club will be featured on Game Six of the World Series.
Tonight’s Game Six pits the Astros Ace Justin Verlander against the Nationals Ace Stephen Strasburg, so where did Fox Sports go to shoot aces in a real poker game?
Just minutes before the opening pitch the poker room will be featured with a custom deck of cards created for the event, representing the two teams, the World Series, and pictures of the starting pitchers.
“Prime was honored to be chosen by the World Series TV. One of the Prime dealers known as Jimmy Chips dealt the special cards, and you will likely see him tonight,” says Wayne Dolcefino, consultant for Houston’s fastest growing poker club.
The Prime Social coverage should begin about 7 PM CST, just minutes before the first pitch.
Prime Social is trying to get back to a full house after the club was closed for months as the result of a raid last May. The FBI has been investigating possible corruption since DA Kim Ogg dropped all criminal charges. Other poker clubs opened and operated, while Prime Social suffered big financial losses and more than 100 employees lost their jobs.
“Prime Social is getting back to their charity work for the community. They are asking players to donate turkeys for free admission and time at their favorite games during their Full House Feast in November, and in December they will be doing their second annual toy drive for needy families,” said Dolcefino.