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World Series of Poker: Tournament of Champions

Release Date: 09/21/2006
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Used games include game, cover art, and case. Bonus downloadable or promotional content may have already been redeemed. Cleaning and repair was done as required. Game data from previous use may be present, but can be overwritten or deleted.

Beginning as a neophyte in the world of professional poker, gamers play through a story-based rise to virtual fame, and ultimately receive an invitation to the World Series of Poker: Tournament of Champions. As the protégé of Chris Ferguson, players must prove their skills in circuit events to qualify for the Tournament of Champions. Beginning poker sharks can visit the "Hold 'Em and Fold 'Em" tutorial before trying their hand at the real deal. Throughout the "Story" mode, gamers are challenged by real life poker buffs including Joseph Hachem, Scott Fischman, and Mark Seif, as well as Academy Award nominee (and World Series of Poker bracelet holder) Jennifer Tilly. As players progress, they unlock "poker tools" that let them check odds and track an opponent's behavior stats during gameplay. Online competition supports multi-table games for up to 21 players.

    Start Button = pause menu
    D-Pad = control betting interface
    Circel Button = peek at cards
    X Button = confirm
    Square Button = show hint, reveal cards, pre-move
    L Button = poker tools
    R Button = help screen
    Analog Stick = control betting interface
    D-Pad Up or Down = select menu options
  • Platform: Sony PSP
  • Release Date: September 21, 2006
  • UPC: 047875752696
  • Product ID: 2639317
  • Genre: Traditional

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