Poker

Houston’s Prime Social is already the fastest growing public club in the entire country, so why not add dominoes to the game playing?

Prime Social is now bringing the biggest domino tournament in Texas history to town. Domino players will compete for $10,000 in cash and prizes during the Universal Domino League Prime Classic Domino Tournament, scheduled for Noon to 10 p.m. on March 2, 2019 at Prime Social’s 7801 Westheimer Road game room.

First place winner of the tournament gets $3,000 in cash and a $500 gift card to WSS stores. Second place winner gets $1,500 in cash and a $250 gift card to WSS stores. Third and fourth place winners get $750 in cash and $125 worth of gift cards. Fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth place winners get $500 in cash and $75 worth of gift cards.

“Prime Social is already Houston’s hottest new entertainment venue, and the chance to team up with UDL to bring another classic game to Houstonian’s sounds like a great afternoon,” says Dean Maddox of Prime Social.

UDL Houston Prime Classic Domino Tournament will feature 128 players max and is set to be the biggest domino event in the history of the Lone Star State.

The entry fee to the tournament is $100.

Free giveaways, full bar and food will also be available at the event.

For the full rules of the game, please visit Ulitmatetexasdominoes.com. For more information about the tournament, call Prime Social at 832-377-7770 or visit them at primesocialtx.com.

Universal Domino League is based in Las Vegas. The organization is the first official gaming association dedicated to dominoes.

untry, so why not add dominoes to the game playing?

Prime Social is now bringing the biggest domino tournament in Texas history to town. Domino players will compete for $10,000 in cash during the Universal Domino League Prime Classic Domino Tournament, scheduled for Noon to 10 p.m. on March 2, 2019 at Prime Social’s 7801 Westheimer Road game room.

First place winner of the tournament gets $3,000 in cash and a $500 gift card to WSS stores. Second place winner gets $1,500 in cash and a $250 gift card to WSS stores. Third and fourth place winners get $750 in cash and $125 worth of gift cards. Fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth place winners get $500 in cash and $75 worth of gift cards.

“Prime Social is already Houston’s hottest new entertainment venue, and the chance to team up with UDL to bring another classic game to Houstonian’s sounds like a great afternoon,” says Dean Maddox of Prime Social.

The tournament is played, or course, in “Ultimate Texas Dominoes” style, where the dealer shuffles the dominoes to ensure fair play. This style delivers the classic game of dominoes with a Texas Hold ‘em poker style. The UDL Houston Prime Classic Domino Tournament will feature 128 players max and is set to be the biggest domino event in the history of the Lone Star State.

The entry fee to the tournament is $100.

Free giveaways, full bar and food will also be available at the event.

For the full rules of the game, please visit Ulitmatetexasdominoes.com. For more information about the tournament, call Prime Social at 832-377-7770 or visit them at primesocialtx.com.

Universal Domino League is based in Las Vegas. The organization is the first official gaming association dedicated to dominoes.

Prime Social is donating games and toys Tuesday, December 18th in Galveston for a Christmas party helping orphaned children.

On Sunday, they heard the story that thieves had stolen games ordered for the party so that volunteers could play with the kids.

On Tuesday morning, Prime Social will deliver toys to the party to make up for what was lost. For the past few weeks, Prime Social has held a toy drive at their location on Westheimer, collecting toys from members who want to give back to the community.

The Children’s Center is an orphanage in Galveston that helps hundreds of kids in need.

“We thought the timing was perfect during our toy drive to help lend a hand to a group that was going through an unfortunate situation right before their big event,” said Prime Social Founder Dean Maddox. “Our members have been generous, and we are happy to help out.”

The Children’s Center is also accepting donations tomorrow from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Sea Star Base, located at 7509 Broadway St in Galveston. They are accepting toiletry items and children’s clothes.

Houston’s biggest private poker club is going “All In” for the Holidays, betting poker players will bring a toy to get in free to the hottest game place in town.

Starting December 1st, 2018, Prime Social will waive the usual daily entrance fee to its more than 7500 members if they bring an unwrapped children’s toy. It is the latest goodwill gesture at the poker club getting known for more than just the hearts on some of their playing cards.

“We are so grateful that Houstonians are enjoying our poker club in droves, and we want to give back,” says Prime Social founder Dean Maddox. “We are gambling that our players will know how important it is to help make the holidays special for as many kids as we can.”

Prime Social isn’t just Houston’s biggest private poker club, it is the fastest growing poker place in the entire country, drawing players from all over. Food, a full bar, plenty of Sports TV, and poker tables for pots of all sizes.

Since it opened, Prime Social has tried to pay back, raising thousands for local first responders, and the club has held free brunches to teach more women how to play poker.

“Of course, our Christmas tree will be loaded with poker ornaments, chips and playing cards,” says Maddox. “We want to surround our tree with lots of toys and stuffed animals. Let’s make it happen.”

Prime Social is located at 7901 Westheimer, Houston, Texas 77063.

Did you know Vanessa Selbst made almost $11 million dollars in her twelve-year poker playing career?

So much for poker being a guy thing.

Wouldn’t it be great to learn how to join Houston’s poker craze and make some money for those Christmas gifts for the kids?

Prime Social already has 7,700 members and has become the fastest growing private poker club in the nation. The private poker club is opening its doors this Wednesday, November 14th for free poker lessons for the ladies.

Free brunch and drinks, including grown up ones will be provided. You will get to eat free bacon and learn how to take home the bacon too.

Dealers from the club will teach you how to bet and play. Learn what winning hands are while sipping mimosas.

The free lady’s brunch and lessons begin at 11am Wednesday, November 14th, 2018.

We invite you to bring your friends or make some new ones at our event! Take a break from work and take advantage if the kids are in school that day.

Prime Social will be waiving the usual small membership fee for anyone who wants to stay and play some real poker after.

LADIES, FREE POKER LESSONS!

Date: 11 am, Wednesday, November 14th

Location: Prime Social Poker Club, 7801 Westheimer Road Houston, Texas 77063

Did you know Vanessa Selbst made almost $11 million dollars in her twelve-year poker playing career?

So much for poker being a guy thing.
Wouldn’t it be great to learn how to join Houston’s poker craze and make some money for those Christmas gifts for the kids?

Prime Social already has 7,700 members and has become the fastest growing private poker club in the nation. The private poker club is opening its doors next Wednesday, November 14th for free poker lessons for the ladies.

Free brunch and drinks, including grown up ones will be provided.  You will get to eat free bacon and learn how to take home the bacon too.

Dealers from the club will teach you how to bet and play.  Learn what winning hands are while sipping mimosas.

The free lady’s brunch and lessons begin at 11am Wednesday, November 14th, 2018.

We invite you to bring your friends or make some new ones at our event!  Take a break from work and take advantage if the kids are in school that day.
We’ll be waiving our usual small membership fee for anyone who wants to stay and play some real poker after.

LADIES, FREE POKER LESSONS!
Date: 11 am, Wednesday, November 14th
Location: Prime Social Poker Club, 7801 Westheimer Road Houston, Texas 77063

The summer is over. The kids are back at school, and it’s time for you to take a break. Ladies, now is your chance to attend the social event of the season.

Prime Social, the premiere Houston poker destination, is giving free poker lessons this Wednesday. Free brunch and drinks will also be provided.

Dealers from the club will teach you how to bet and play Texas Hold ‘Em. You’ll learn what winning hands are while sipping mimosas.

Prime Social is the fastest growing private poker room in the nation. We offer games of Texas Hold ‘Em and Omaha Hold ‘Em in a luxurious setting with a full menu, and fully stocked bar.

The ladies brunch and lessons begin at 11am Wednesday, September 12, 2018.

We invite you to bring your friends, or make some new ones at our event! We’ll be waiving our usual membership fee for anyone who wants to stay and play some real poker after.

LADIES FREE POKER LESSONS
Date: 11 am, Wednesday September 12
Location: Prime Social Poker Club,

7801 Westheimer Road Houston, Texas 77063

It’s time to shuffle the cards and place your bets for Houston firefighters.

Saturday, Houston’s premiere private poker club, Prime Social is hosting a charity poker tournament to benefit the group Firefighters Helping Firefighters.

FHF provides assistance and financial support for sick or injured firefighters as well as the families of fallen heroes.

“We’re honored that our members want to play poker for such a worthy cause,” says Dean Maddox of Prime Social. “This is just the beginning. We want to show our Houston heroes that we honor their hard work.”

Registration is open now for the charity freeze-out tournament which begins at High Noon this Saturday, August 25, 2018 at 7801 Westheimer.

Prime Social will make a $100 donation to Firefighters Helping Firefighters for each entry, up to $5,000.

The poker club is planning a similar charity fundraiser this year for Houston Police as part of its commitment to give back to the City of Houston.

Prime Social is a members only private poker room in Houston, offering an upscale menu, fully-stocked bar, and free valet parking.

Media is welcome to attend.

Houston firefighters are being dealt some much-needed financial support for the sacrifices they make for us every single day.

On August 25th, Houston’s premiere poker playing private club will hold a special tournament to help raise money for sick, injured and fallen firefighters and their families.

“We are honored to play some poker and raise money for a charity that cares for our firefighters all at the same time’, says Dean Maddox of Prime Social. “This is just the beginning of our contributions back to a City we all love. We want to show our Houston heroes that we honor their hard work.”

The charity freeze-out tournament at Prime Social at 7801 Westheimer will include a $100 donation to Firefighters Helping Firefighters for each entry, up to $5,000. The tournament begins at high noon on August 25th, 2018.

Prime Social plans a similar charity fundraiser soon for Houston police, part of a commitment from Houston’s new private club poker hot spot to give back.

Let’s deal some winning hands for Houston firefighters!


State District Judge Michael Landrum said no when Post Oak Poker Club tried to get him to close us down, denying a request Thursday for a temporary injunction.

Prime Social Attorney Steve Grossman argued Post Oak just wants to get rid of the competition.

“We believe that this was a competitor who was trying to use the court system to try to shut us down, so they wouldn’t have the competition from somebody who’s doing a very good job,” says Grossman.

The lawsuit by Post Oak Social had complained they are losing employees, kitchen staff, and more than 100 poker players to Prime Social, quickly becoming a private club hot spot on Westheimer for poker, sports and food. Post Oak even complained attractive women had come into their club and convinced poker players it was more fun at Prime Social.

Post Oak has a license to operating random gaming machines at their place and tried to convince the Judge Prime Social should be closed because they don’t have that license, even though we do have plenty of tables to play our favorite game. The city of Houston hasn’t told any of the dozens of poker clubs opened around town they even need a license.

“We appreciate the Judge’s ruling and we work hard every day to make Prime Social a great place to legally play poker, watch sports and enjoy a great new entertainment venue for Houstonians,” says Dean Maddox of Prime Social.

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