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Score Breakdown Based on 760 ratings
  1. 10 (89)
  2. 9 (77)
  3. 8 (225)
  4. 7 (177)
  5. 6 (79)
  6. 5 (48)
  7. 4 (15)
  8. 3 (13)
  9. 2 (7)
  10. 1 (30)

What Gamespot Users have to say about World Championship Poker: Deluxe Series

  • Rating:2.5

    World Championship Poker, it says that on the box, but thats not what you get in the game.

    I feel I have been forced to write a review about this game. I have spent up to 40 hours playing it (self employed, quiet time of year for trade), and have now just nearly completed it. But, to complete it, you do not ne... Read Full Review

    0 of 0 users found the following review helpful
  • Rating:5

    The game itself is bland. But I like that it actually has different versions of poker to practice.

    The gameplay is nothing. It's an easy game to beat. The computer players call down with nothing. And really poker when your not playing with real people atleast online isn't much fun. However, the game did help me become... Read Full Review

    0 of 0 users found the following review helpful
  • Rating:7.7

    Desirable because of its portability and cheap price - check your bargain bin for this one!

    I've been a huge fan of Texas Hold 'Em for years. When I have some extra time on my hands, I like nothing better than to log onto various websites and play a few rounds against the computer or other people around the wor... Read Full Review

    2 of 3 users found the following review helpful
  • Rating:3.1

    A game which misses the mark completely.

    Being a regular online Poker player I can appreciate the difference that experience brings to the table for a player in a real game, as with most games the more you play the better you get (in this case at knowing what t... Read Full Review

    0 of 0 users found the following review helpful
  • Rating:7.5

    A great poker game for the DS

    Notice the title of this review. I said, "A great poker game for the DS." That's because it's the only one, but hey. It's great nonetheless. You first crate a character with a moderate variety of options. You can drastic... Read Full Review

    0 of 0 users found the following review helpful
  • Rating:6.5

    WOO HOO!!!

    lol just kidding!! It is ok to play this there is a ton of glitches that make it a lil less enjoyable. Such as the money one that you can save it and keep it and if you loss the money you can quit out and come back in ... Read Full Review

    0 of 0 users found the following review helpful
  • Rating:6.5

    Poker is good on just about any platform.

    It's poker. Poker is the best card game ever. Not to mention they also put blackjack, video poker, darts, and air hockey on here. It's a fun game, even if the graphics aren't good, the soundtrack is horrible(just mute... Read Full Review

    0 of 0 users found the following review helpful
  • Rating:7

    A solid poker game

    This was one of the first poker games on console and if you asked me this game set the bar high for all poker games alike. from medeocre to satisfying graphics, but extremely good for a card game. This game has all the d... Read Full Review

    0 of 0 users found the following review helpful
  • Rating:2.9

    Save up an extra $149 for this blue disc after it kills your PS2

    Generally a terrible game. Poor graphics, for environments and especially for player models. Slow, annoying game play. Sound effects are weak. The AI players aren't at all challenging. Tight play wins every time.... Read Full Review

    0 of 0 users found the following review helpful
  • Rating:5.8

    Not Worth the money gets very boring!

    Wow this game is very very dull repeated stuff over and over again. It did not catch my interest at all. Do not buy this game. I repeat do not buy this game. It was terrible... and im a poker fan I had to turn the sound... Read Full Review

    0 of 0 users found the following review helpful
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