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World Series of Poker Tournament of Champions 2007 Edition - Xbox 360 (2007)

Platform : Xbox 360
Rated: Teen
12 customer reviews
Metascore: 69 / 100
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Building on last year's most successful poker title and the number one brand in poker, World Series of Poker: Tournament of Champions takes a story-based approach. Take a seat next to Chris "Jesus" Ferguson as his prot g , a new professional poker player. Test your skills against the world's best poker players, in this invitation-only, winner-take-all tournament at the Rio Resort in Las Vegas. There's a seat at the table just waiting for you. Raise the stakes with Xbox Live play - Host multi-table tourneys, read your opponents tells via camera footage, or even test your psychic skills by playing Blind Man's Bluff


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Platform: Xbox 360
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  • ASIN: B000GABCIS
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.5 x 0.8 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: September 19, 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #21,136 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By aquarices on October 14, 2006
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
This game isn't horrible, but it certainly is in no way, shape or form a realistic poker simulation. If all you want to do is play a little online with your camera and talk trash and you don't really play poker for money, sure, have a blast. But for people who read poker books, play for money, and take the game seriously, this is, as one reviewer put it, arcade poker.

Overall, I think the developers need to take a serious look at what kind of poker game they are trying to make. It's fairly obvious that the developers made this with the "no fold em hold em" players in mind, as opposed to serious poker players. That's the main problem right there. The other is that they feel like the WSOP license and some big name pros will sell the game, not substance. Those are two deathblows. It's casual fun, but nothing that serious players will enjoy over the long haul. After spending more time with it, it just got more and more annoying as the game's numerous flaws became more and more glaring.

Once these poker games start taking advantage of the next-gen hardware and use multiple types of A.I. opponents, with adaptive A.I. that adjusts to your style of play, then we'll finally have a serious one player poker game. They also need to beef up the online portion with more options, like cash games. Hopefully, they'll also put in some real next-gen graphics, player models that actually resemble humans, and some better presentation. It would be nice to see WSOP games, and poker games in general, start to use some real production values, like EA Sports and 2KSports games. I think poker fans would rather have a killer poker app for $50 or $60 than this for $30.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By S. J. Parkinson on March 8, 2007
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
I was given this game as a gift. I play poker competitively as well as for fun and do use software to practice (such as DD Poker) but the person who gave it to me had no experience of poker and just thought this would be fun for me and my new 360.

Fair enough, I'll give it a go. I was a bit taken aback that the introduction was both simplistic and time-consuming, but I'll try anything once. I set up a career and entered a tournament. Sat out a couple of hands, blinds at 5/10, in the cutoff, player under the gun makes a raise. Person next to him also raises. Then the entire table calls. I'm baffled at this point (early raise means power, re-raise of a power hand means a monster, so everyone else should have folded, not called), but of course I've now been given great odds so I'll play whatever I have. I look down at AA. Nice. So I bet the pot to clear most people out. And everyone else instead follows me in... and of course my As get cracked.

I'm not sure who this game is aimed at. The betting makes no sense, the AI will play any two cards, the BB ALWAYS calls if no-one else does making it impossible to steal the blinds - in other words it's all hugely unrealistic and won't teach you anything about poker. I think that it is, as the title says, an arcade game for those who want to dabble and pretend that it's the real thing without wanting to take it so far as to understand poker strategy and tactics.

As a final aside, I was very disappointed in the graphics and sound - 360 is all about the visual and auditory experience, and this game takes no advantage of that.

Overall, avoid this game.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jeff Redfern on January 3, 2007
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
I was so looking foward to this Xbox360 version of the WSP, but I must say

I am disapointed, with the overall gameplay. The AI is a step up from the old xbox version but the game can be very tedious. Plus I have to play with the game background off due to the same old lame comments and background noises (sneeze ect)
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By K. LE on March 21, 2007
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
I was looking forward to play poker on 360. Everything everybody has mentioned above is true. Also the game is so slow. They "try" to make it realistic timing but that failed. There are times when i'm pressing bet, bet or fold, fold but my player whats to take 5 more seconds to think about it before acting on my command.

Horrible poker game.
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By stormydad on October 22, 2012
Platform for Display: Xbox 360 Verified Purchase
i love this game it is so addicting i play everyday the game is a little slow to load up but it is worth it it has a variable of texas holdem called omaha very fun a lot more things to plan for before i got this game i never heard of it before i have even bought a second copy just in case of breaking mine or losing it .
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By Dan on October 12, 2011
Platform for Display: Xbox 360 Verified Purchase
it is a good game and it came to me on time and it was a xbox 360 game and not a pc game like one of the games i got.....it the game i really wanted...
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