Summary: This game does fine replicating the casino classics. The downside is you have to unlock some of the games by reaching some achievement levels. It kind of bothered me because the game I wanted was locked and I did not want to sit and play this thing until I could get to it.
Summary: It could be faster when it deals the cards and when others bid back and forth, but it was really useful when I was trying to learn the basics on games I wanted to play on a trip to Vegas. It did help me out a lot. I lost my original copy so this is to replace the one I lost. I enjoy it.
Summary: I guess I didn't read all the reviews so thought I could play Keno on this game. No way! You have to unlock a kazillion points - which are almost impossible to get - in order to unlock the next levels which include Keno. There is no way I'm capable of that. So. since I don't play cards that well...
Summary: This is the only DS casino-type game I've tried and I use it mainly for blackjack and video poker. Both games are fine for me. (I am an occasional low-stakes casino gambler.) It's too bad you have to play hold'em poker to earn enough to open the video poker, but it's fairly easy to accumulate money.
Summary: Sega Casino really was a pleasant surprise. There are so many bad casino games out there that I have played, I didn't have really high hopes for this game. But I was delighted when I started playing.
Summary: This is a great game and the Texas Hold'em Poker is a lot of fun to play. It's not a big deal that some of the games are locked, if you are losing, you can just turn off the system and restart, and then you can only elect to save once you've earned enough money to unlock the more advanced levels.
Summary: I only play texas hold em on this game although I've unlocked everything. The AI is pretty stupid but it allows me to brush up on some basics while I'm on the go. Umm... I've tried the other games and they're alright but didn't really hold my interest.