Summary: This game would be good for people who really know how to play poker or need to learn how to play poker, and just a heads up, I would fold a lot on this game, because usually whille you have a sucky hand everybody else has a good hand.
Summary: This game has been around for a few years but still plays fine. If you enjoy poker then it's hard to go wrong with this one. The main issues with this game are the poor graphics for the announcers, repetition of speech with both the announcers and players. After the first play I end up fast forwarding thru the all the repetition.
Summary: I recommend this game. The graphics aren't good, though, they're actually kind of weird, but I guess that doesn't matter much if you're a true poker player; you're basically looking for a challenging match. Well, this game is pretty challenging, and has plenty of tournaments, including the WSOP main event for "10,000" entry fee. It has more than 10,000 players so it will take you many hours of play to finish it.
Summary: I looked and looked for a poker game that had a feature where I could set up and play my favorite poker games without having to go through a story mode or career mode. This game has a career mode which I have not used. The reason I purchased this game was the quickplay option which allows me to set up my favorite games seven-card stud, pot limit omaha high, and no limit holdem. The AI's can be set to All Pros if you want a more challenging game. It is very fun.
Summary: The game itself is difficult, and if you want realistic difficult poker this is the game. There is no way to skip through the tournaments and they usually take like 1-2 hours to complete. The PSP game doesnt offer much customization as I hoped. And once you beat the one tournament (the main event) you basically are done. I played the main event and placed 130 in it, In order to compete in it again I had to create a new profile and new person.