March 16, 2006

Slots & MultiPlay Video Poker

From the reviews I've read this $10 buck video game for MAC and PC is a steal.

MultiPlay Video Poker Play the famous "MultiPlay" video poker games exactly as they are found in casinos throughout the world. Includes the best machines in Triple, Five, Ten, Fifty and Spin Poker variety. All machines include complete strategies that train you to win more often. Record and review your mistakes and use the strategy practice to become a better player. Also includes full tutorial programs for Slots, Blackjack, and Spanish 21. Play up to 6 player positions at a time. Customize all house rules with complete strategies for each variation. Learn to count cards the easy way. Full motion videos for each game offer valuable strategy tips.

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March 13, 2006

World Poker Tour for Gameboy Advance

We've been trying to find a poker solution for several of our friends who still have Gameboy Advance and haven't moved onto the Nintendo DS (which we prefer). Looks like the World Poker Tour folks have put out a Gameboy Advance title and this should solve getting some of my latent Gameboy Advance friends into some poker.

World Tour Poker includes an amazing professional poker player lineup and world-class poker venues and is based on the highly popular television series of the same name. This combination of world-class venues coupled with real pros, brings players authenticity and reality on found in the World Poker tour. These real-world locations are completely accurate, right down to the carpeting, lighting, room décor and floor layout.

At World Poker Tour

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March 9, 2006

Get Your Poker Stacked for PC

Stacked with Daniel Negreanu is an incredible new multi-table tournament system for realistic poker action! Compete in either casual non-sanctioned games or officially sanctioned "STACKED" Masters games, with seven Professional players. You can have a casual game with friends or go head-to-head with pro players, all from the comfort of their homes.

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January 26, 2006

Konami Enters Poker Game

Wsopoker 1It seems to be a little late but it seems that Konami has created a casino sim to keep us all busy and they're also calling Hold 'em Poker - All-In Poker - go figure.

All-In Poker for the Xbox heads to retail in March; casino sim features five poker variants, online tournaments.

Whether you are a card shark or a game developer, the poker game is apparently where the money is at. The explosion in popularity of the gambling game has led the way for a flurry of poker games on consoles and handhelds. The latest publisher to throw its hat onto the poker table is Konami, which today announced that All-In Poker for the Xbox will begin taking bets this March.

All-In Poker will feature five poker games, including the wildly popular Texas Hold 'Em, Omaha, and Seven Card Stud. Solo players will learn when to hold 'em and when to fold 'em with "extensive tutorials," and gamble in practice, collection, and bounty modes. Those who like to take virtual money from real opponents can jump onto Xbox Live and take part in online tournaments in an attempt to see their profile on the top of the online ranking list.

At Konami enters poker game - Xbox News at GameSpot

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January 4, 2006

PSP World Series of Poker Revisited

We can say now officially after playing this for the past 3 weeks - it's very good. The game really tries to give you the feeling of making the final table along with the players you'll meet (all the famous ones) acting and playing like they would. Great stuff.

As the officially licensed video game of the World Series of Poker, this game allows players the same intensity and excitement of going all-in at the WSOP final table and taking home the championship. Square off in a setting that realistically mimics Harrah's Rio Casino with ESPN presentation-style commentators calling the action. You'll start by creating your very own poker face, then you'll need to bluff and read tells to come out on top.


At PSP World Series of Poker

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December 19, 2005

Playboy Poker Chip Coasters

Get the best of both worlds in these cleverly designed thick vinyl playboy coasters that look like large poker chips! A fun way to protect your table during poker night, parties, and also a great gift idea. Officially licensed product.

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December 15, 2005

TMO's Guide to Playing Online Poker on Your Mac

Images-9Finally - a guide to playing poker online on your mac. Nice!!!!

If you want to play online poker on your Mac, you can either play at the sites that support the Mac platform natively, or you can use Virtual PC to access sites that cater to the Windows platform. I've done both, and I put together this guide to help make it less confusing for those looking to join the massive world of online poker.

I've divided my look at all the major poker sites into those that support the Mac natively and those that are Windows-only, and I've included performance information for sites that require Virtual PC. My recommendations are based on Virtual PC 7.x, the fastest version of the software yet put out, used on a fast Mac. I've also played on most of these sites with Virtual PC 6 on a 1.2 GHz PowerBook, so that, too, can be done, though I don't recommend it.

At TMO's Guide to Playing Online Poker on Your Mac || The Mac Observer

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December 7, 2005

Sega Casino for Nintendo DS

We're loving our DS. This will be our second poker/casino game for the DS and this one allows you to connect over wi-fi and play with up to 5 other players. NICE!!! SEGA Casino includes craps, blackjack, roulette, Texas hold'em, and baccarat. Players will also be able to unlock four poker variations, as well as Keno, and a dice game called Chuck-a-Luck. Three game modes are available; free play, in which players can play to unlock other games and levels, casino mode, in which players play against a computer to win play money, and wireless mode. In wireless mode, up to five players can connect to a single game, using only one cartridge, and play against each other.

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November 30, 2005

Stealth Online Poker Tool

Topa Ummm...wild. I don't think I'll be playing much poker online after I continue to read frightening things like this that give everyone the advantage but yourself.

Whatever happened to the idea of playing poker as a personal skill? With increasing talk of the threat of online 'bots and automated collusion one could be forgiven for thinking that some of the character is being bled from a great game by advancing technology.Take the latest product to be launched on the poker playing public - The Poker Advantage. The seller of this new tool, CMM Enterprises openly punts it as gaining an "unfair advantage when playing poker," describing it as a stealth software that makes winning at online poker "a lot more fun and profitable.

"The company claims that its product is a highly sophisticated poker odds calculator, hand strength indicator and learning tool. It automatically reads all visible cards on the table in real time. This enables the user to instantly know their hand strength so that they know when to fold, check, call, raise or re-raise. Using a highly advanced algorithm, the Poker Advantage let's the user know how their opponents are playing; passive, aggressive, profits and losses and errors they have made.

This apparently "... helps players 'read' their opponents."The Poker Advantage additionally keeps track of hand history up to twenty hands for both the player and his or her opponents. It graphs each player, play so that the user can visually see what each player has done for the past 20 hands at a quick glance. One happy customer is quoted as saying, "What I like best is the hand history. It gives me a pretty good idea of what kind of players my opponents are. In my opinion this is a big advantage, especially in online poker play, where you cannot see your adversaries."

At Stealth Online Poker Tool

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November 28, 2005

PSP World Series of Poker Reviewed

What can we say? Well - we tried it and really liked it. The PSP World Series of Poker doesn't seem to have any shortcomings and best of all it's on our PSP now. We covered this two months ago and have patiently waited for a long holiday weekend to play a round or two. The UI is great - the AI even better and we like the graphics and the fact you can take it with you wherever you go. Great Stuff.

World Series of Poker has the feel of the actual tournament, recreating the complete ESPN presentation style to add drama and suspense. All the sanctioned poker various of the World Series of Poker are available, including Texas Hold 'Em, 7 Card Stud, Omaha, and 5 Card Draw. With the flexible character creator, you can create your own poker face, wear Vegas-style threads and upgrade your looks/clothes as you gain money.

At PSP World Series of Poker

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