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Monday evenings at The Avenue Bridge Club, 
Third Avenue, Hove, Brighton & Hove 19:45hrs Phoenix Pub Poker

Fantastic Texas Hold’em poker tournaments for

just £13 an evening

Poker evenings are great ways to boost attendances on otherwise quiet nights. Successful evenings need hosting well and that’s what we do for you. We ensure that we deliver a well structured, tried and trusted format that leaves players happy and wanting to come back for more.


All our venue hosts are carefully selected to have the right combination of people skills with knowledge of the game to ensure this happens.


Our relationship with our pub partners is important to us. To make the evenings mutually advantageous we take best practise from six years of hosting such events and will put them into practice at our venues. We ask that some room is set aside appropriate for the number of players attending your evening and a little storage space for table tops. We provide postering to promote the evening and ongoing promotion on the website and through our active Facebook Group.  


If you are a landlord or pub or club manager in one of the following areas, you may be interested in Phoenix Pub Poker hosting evenings in your establishment. Please click on the location for contact details:


Adelaide

Aldrington

Bevendean

Black Rock

Bramber

Brighton

Broadwater

Brunswick

Coldean

Durrington

Elm Grove

Fiveways

Fishersgate

Goring

Hangleton

Hanover

Hollingbury

Hove

Kemp Town

Lancing

The Lanes

Mile Oak

Moulsecoomb

New England Quarter

North Laine

Ovingdean

Patcham

Portslade-by-Sea

Portslade Village

Preston

Preston Park

Queen's Park

Roedean

Round Hill

Rottingdean

Saltdean

Seven Dials

Shoreham-by-Sea

Sompting

Southwick

Steyning

Stanmer

Stanmer Park

Surrenden

Tongdean

Upper Beeding

Varndean

West Hill

Westdene

Whitehawk

Withdean

Woodingdean

Worthing

Sussex

Landlords and pub/club managers; this is a great way to increase your takings.

Pub and club Poker and the law

IMPORTANT


We advise you to speak to the licencing team at your local council before staging poker events on your premises. They will provide information as to the scope of what can be staged. The Gambling Commission’s website also provides guidelines see here.  


The Licensee of the premises is responsible for ensuring that poker games comply with legislation. And your license is at risk if the games fail to comply.