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Texas Hold 'Em Electronic Game


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  • Play with up to eight players
  • Handheld version of popular card game
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  • Shipping Weight: 5 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0002ZQPCU
  • Item model number: 1350655
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 12 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #323,785 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 2.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
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Texas Hold 'em game play with up to eight players with this electronic handheld version of the popular card game

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Define on January 7, 2007
The computer players play entirely at random, including randomly folding top hands. Therefore, you can win every single game by pressing the raise button every single time, since this forces the computer to make the most decisions, giving them the most opportunities to fold a winning hand. This device will therefore not improve your poker game at all, and isn't any fun.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Anne Leigh on June 20, 2010
I had an older version of this game that I played all the time despite the fact that it was very slow. When I folded a hand I'd have to wait sometimes several minutes before the computer was done with the hand before I could play the next hand. Maybe more like real poker but awfully boring waiting because I fold a lot. This updated version rocks for me. I didn't get it to be a better player at Texas Hold 'Em as I don't gamble. The first one I had was a free gift with something we ordered and I started playing it just for kicks and grins and got hooked. It died on me and I had to replace it and I'm so glad I did. Winning is based on knowing when to fold and I've never lost a game yet. Contrary to the the other rater, I did not win just by raising. A bad hand is a bad hand and you can't win no matter how much you raise if you have a bad hand. I haven't tried it with this one but my older model beat me senseless until I figured out I could just fold on a bad hand. Once I figured that out, I've won every game. Being a winner all the time gives me a much needed emotional boost, and that's a good thing. If you're a person who suffers from low self esteem, mastering this game might give you a lift too. Most of all, I just like to carry it in my purse so I have something to do when waiting somewhere. It's a great way to kill time. I got mine for $4.99 and $4.99 shipping so I can't complain at all.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Joel Luna-Menjivar on August 9, 2011
Listen, this toy is just for starters which this leads to being a 7 year old toy. This toy is whack and I'm about to turn 14 in January. I'm twice the age when its January of 2012 already. I got this for my 13th birthday back in January as my gift and I insert fresh batteries back then and now I'm still using the batteries for almost 7 months. Look, I can't open the battery door anymore because accidently I opened it with the knife. What if the battery died, I won't have a way to play the game anymore to insert new triple A batteries. This unit doesn't have an all in button and you have to call/raise limited or you may fold. If you lose without money you can't do buy-ins instead you'll have to start the game all over again. This only gets 7 players instead of 8. A real Texas Hold'em game has to have 8 players. This unit can't have a no-limit mode or a tournament. Closing: This is a fake Texas Hold'em toy.
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