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Fox Poker Club

The Fox Poker Club has been open since September 2010 and already boasts a staggering 20,000 members on its books. They are attracted by the warm, friendly atmosphere the club produces and the great mixture of tournaments and 24-hour cash games that have buy-ins to suit all bankrolls.

Currently the Fox Poker Club spreads a variety of cash games including Hold'em, Omaha, Seven-Card Stud, Razz, HORSE, Dealer's Choice in No Limit, Pot Limit and Limit betting structures. Starting from October 20 the Fox Poker Club is introducing the £2/£5 Thursday Big Game which is a £2/£5 cash game that has a £250 minimum buy-in but has had the rake reduced to just 5% with just a £5 cap, which makes it one of the best, if not the best value game in town.

If those stakes are out of your bankroll then the Fox Poker Club also offers £1/£1 with a £25 minimum, £1/£2 with a £50 minimum and a £1/£3 with a £100 minimum. They will also cater for £5/£10 or high upon request so if you want to host a big cash game at the Fox Poker Club or you want to guarantee your seat for the Big Game on Thursdays contact them on +442074943020

Tournament grinders have been looked after too as the Fox Poker Club has added 10% to all prizepools during October making the Fox Poker Club the place to be this month, espcially with the London Calling events just around the corner (details of which will be coming shortly).

The Fox Poker Club has a great relationship with the only truly 3D online poker site, PKR. Online grinders can enter satellites on PKR for the land based events at the Fox Poker Club and if you download PKR through Pokernews you will be eligible for a 120% match up to $800 first deposit bonus. All you have to do is enter the special bonus code UKPN800.

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