World Championship Poker: Featuring Howard Lederer - All In Image

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  • Summary: All In features some of the most recognizable and successful poker stars in the world, including Howard Lederer, his sister Annie Duke, Greg Raymer, Amir Vahidi, Paul Darden, and Robert Williamson III. Joining the roster for this year's edition are noted international poker superstars Marcel Luske, Thomas Bihl, and Erin Ness, who parlayed a victory at a Maxim Magazine office tournament into a seat at the 2004 World Series of Poker. Features 18 types of poker, including Texas Hold'em, Five Card Draw, Seven Card Stud Omaha and More. Multi-Table Online Tournaments. Scenario Mode: Players are presented with a series of poker "puzzle" challenges that gradually increase in difficulty. Lucky Charms: Players can improve their luck through this Career Mode skill. Mixed Games: Play two or more variations of poker during a single game, with the game changing every time the dealer button makes it around the table. [Crave Entertainment] Expand
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  1. There’s not much you can do screw up a poker sim, though the AI players make erratic and strange plays regularly. Also, if you don’t want to play all the variations of poker, you might have to work your way around the career mode.
  2. The main issues we found with WCP2 stem from the career mode, with wildly fluctuating difficulty levels...and no real way of gauging opponent strength until you're at the table. [Issue 25, p.58]
  3. Kids or casual players may find some fun here, but serious sharks will seek cleaner waters. [Dec. 2006, p.84]
  4. While World Championship Poker featuring Howard Lederer: All In for 360 isn’t the worst poker game ever made, it’s in the running.
  5. It's a bad version of a bad way to replicate playing poker, badly pieced together. [Aug 2007, p.75]
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    Even for you gamerscore whores, sitting through this one for the 1000 points would kill you. Even with its budget price, it’s not worth the headaches that the anything but random card shuffling and tedious tournaments would bring you.
  7. Deals a very poor hand. [Aug 2007, p.84]

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