World Poker Championship Crack/Patch

World Poker Championship Poker champions are made one hand at a time. Now it’s your chance to play in a no-holds-barred tournament showdown. Play your way through the World Poker Championship series at 6 international casinos to earn a place in the championship round of No Limit Texas Hold ‘Em. Do you have what it takes to risk it all? Outmaneuver 20 of the world’s best poker players, each with unique play styles, tendencies and aggressiveness. Experience the most challenging, most realistic game play with WPC’s advanced poker AI. Progress through tough tournament rounds where the entry fees are steeper, but the prize pools are enormous. Pick Your Poison: No Limit Texas Hold 'Em, 7 Card Stud, 5 Card Draw, Omaha Hold 'Em. [ValuSoft]

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Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 31 / 100
User rating
3.4
Downloads 863
Genre Miscellaneous, Parlor, Gambling
Players 2 Online
Company / Developer
ValuSoft / ImaginEngine

World Poker Championship reviews ( 3 )

HaroldM., Feb 8, 2006

I'm new to poker and bought this to learn to play. It didn't take me long to out-wit the IA and win & win big. This game taught me nothing. If you're really tempted to buy I have a copy to sell.

MrPeee, Dec 2, 2005

Poorest poker game I have played. Blinds never increase making for a slow grind to try to beat the game. AI players never fold pre flop if they have a half decent hand regardless of bet.

[Anonymous], Jun 14, 2005

Everyone is trying to capitalize on the Texas Hold 'Em craze. Some games are winners and others are losers. This game is a big loser. The gameplay is terrible. For each hand, the view jumps from character to character as they complete their action for the given hand. This only serves to slow down the pace of the game. In other words, instead of finishing off 5 to 10 hands in a couple minutes, you may only complete a couple hands (depending on how involved you become in the particular hand). The computer opponents who seem to be very involved in a hand suddenly lose interest or decide to go completely aggressive. This creates an AI that is completely off-the-wall. Given a small amount of time, you will have no problems reading the AI and making adjustments in order to beat the AI. In my honest opinion, you are better off sticking to a game like DD Hold 'Em Poker or Poker Academy. Gameplay in both can be edited in order to suit your particular interests and the AI provides the challenge you might be seeking to improve your overall poker game. As far as this game is concerned, save your money for the next time you gather around a poker table with a bunch of friends.