Membership

What fees does the club charge?

The club only charges a $10 annual membership fee at the time of enrolling as a member.

Can the Club Host a Casino Party?

Yes! We offer Craps, BlackJack, Roullette, Poker, and other table games on-site for any size crowd. Contact Michele Reppond @ 713-806-8012 for more information.

How do I become a Member?

If you are approved by our initial Patron Scan, you will pay a $10 Annual Membership Processing Fee and will granted provisional membership. Approximately once per month, the FreeRolls Poker Club Membership Committee meets and reviews provisional members and makes a recommendation to approve or deny permanent membership status.

Can my membership be revoked?

Yes. The Membership Committee and Management can choose to revoke Memberships for violation of Club Rules, breaches of etiquette, non-payment of dues or fees, on a review of criminal background checks, or other reasons.

What types of poker games do you have?

We will spread any game or limit that our members want. But the most common games are $1-3 NLH, $2/5 NLH, $5-5 NLH, $1-2 -5 PLO.

Is there a dress code?

Casual but classy. Shorts are allowed but no tank-tops or ripped t-shirts.

Does Freerolls Poker Club allow for private events?

Absolutely! We are more than happy to accommodate any private or fundraising event.

What days are you open and what are the hours?

Mon - Thur: 11am to 3am (or later if games are still going) Fri: 1pm to 6am Sat - Sun: 1pm to 3am

Why can’t I tip my dealers?

Our dealers cannot legally accept tips in the form of poker chips under Texas Law.

Do you serve food?

We have snacks and pre-packaged food that members can purchase, but we also have several partnerships with outside vendors that provide a full menu and delivery service.

Is the club only for poker players?

Absolutely not! As a member, you can come in and enjoy the lounge, watch sports, play pool, or just relax at the bar area.

Do I have to check in just to watch TV or hang out?

To protect our status as a private club, FreeRolls Poker Club manages access consistently for all Members. Every Member must check-in each time they visit the Club. This is important because Texas law requires any poker games to be played in a private setting. Among other operational details to ensure compliance, managing access in this manner properly maintains our private status.

I have friends that have never played poker but would like to learn. Does Freerolls offer poker lessons.

Yes. One of the perks of our members is taking advantage of our free poker lessons. For the convenience of the members and “teachers’, we will be doing lessons as a group and during certain days and hours.

Do you serve alcohol?

Yes. FreeRolls will have a full bar with mixed drinks, beer, wine, wine coolers and more.

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