Reviews and Problems with World Series of Poker 2008
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Not a very good poker game
6 April 2013
Summary: I play Texas Hold Em ' on my android phone and do quite well.I have won and placed in the top 3 in many sit n go tournaments.This game is nearly impossible to win!! The computer is very tough.The price of this item was good(for a used DS game).The item arrived on time.I would highly recommend the...
Summary: My son loves poker. I bought him this game because he always wants to play poker on my husbands phone and he really likes to play and get better. I did not know they had poker for the DS. He loves it, he was showing my 60 year old father how to play on Christmas day.
Summary: While this is a great game to play this cd rom & others mentioned on the net has a serious glitch in programming that makes the players flicker & the skin layer disappear the icons have changed to squares & the exit page is one big mess There are patches but apparently none officially from...
Summary: The card play is decent overall. There are always the times when you ask yourself 'huh?' at some of the other player's behavior, but you probably see that with most games. It takes awhile to get the hang of things and there is no rushing through games or you end up losing very badly - much like real...
Summary: This game rates very high with me. I like the phone calls from pros inviting you to cash games. The AI is fairly easy to beat but still will provide hours of good poker fun with no money risked.LOL the no money risk is important...
Summary: I guess if you want to play poker with virtual players and have good eyes, this is fine. The type is very small and hard to read (maybe me just getting older). When only playing 4 players, the screen still pans back and forth which can cause unnecessary nausia.
Summary: I like this game well enough but it takes a while to play a game and you cannot not save the game you are currently playing. So if you quit, you lose. Who's idea or lack of forethought was that.
Excerpt: Introduction Card games have been around for many years with varying degrees of popularity. Over the past decade with the growth of the internet, these games and, in particular, poker have grown massively.
Pros: Cannot lose real money, educational
Cons: Slow to play some hands, scrolling screen, cannot save game in mid tournament