As you may have guessed by now, we’re big supporters of fan clubs. After all, meeting people with the same interests as you can only be a good thing, right? You get to hang out with fellow fans, talk about your favorite teams or stars, and you might even discover a few things about your passion that you didn’t yet know. Unlikely we know, but hey, it’s possible.
While there are countless NBA fan clubs and even fan clubs that organize watch parties for sports like golf, what about those other sports that fly under the radar? These are the sports that everyone plays but because of the nature of the game, they may not actively watch it on TV or even have a favorite player. We are, of course, talking about poker. The game that pretty much everyone can play, but that still manages to stay out of the spotlight until the World Series of Poker (WSOP) rolls around.
Interestingly, we’ve discovered that there are very few poker fan clubs in the US. Sure there are plenty of poker tournaments organized by groups on Facebook, but the sport is really lacking some dedicated fan clubs to bring poker fans together outside the normal setting of a competitive game.
So if you’re a regular poker player and an avid fan of the game, then it’s time you started your own fan club. But what’s so great about poker fan clubs anyway?