Summary: I've had so much fun with this game. Cute little story line but best part is being able to play poker when no one is available. Minor glitch as my security system won't let it play, but I just disable so game will play. I'm only a recreational player, not a gambler, but should be fun for anyone who wants to play without going on-line.
Summary: Two times I purchased the game, and it wasn't cheap and my husband and I loved playing it. We both became governor and then it stopped and someone elses name was on it. Did it twice. Too bad, nothing I can do about it.
Summary: Fun program but doesn't offer information provided in Governor of Poker 2. Version 2 lets you compare cards after each hand to see why the winning hand won and has other benefits to it. Note that there are several versions of GP2 and it is unknown what "extras" are provided in each version.
Summary: This game started off really fun and then when I went to stop playing and quit for the night it would not save my game. next day I had the same problem and then it would not let me sell my houses. Some bugs need to be worked out in this game. Amazon refunded my money. My machine is a dual core XP O.S.
Summary: As a poker novice I find this game well worth the money. It has helped me to greatly improve my game. I wish, however, that the advice would carry at least through the flop, but it stops at the deal and also stops when the number of players falls below six. If the designer decides to do any updates, the biggest suggestion I have is to improve the graphics. The game is very hard on the eyes!
Summary: What makes this game not better is the poker/card dynamic is all out of skew with logic, and reality. A basic example of this is that is far way too common for your opponents at the table to have you beat by one card (if not, the game will feed their hand as it goes through). It will periodically happen the opposite way, but your best option being to bet high early and bluff them out.