Poker Superstars II
Poker Superstars II
1.0.21

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Poker Superstars II1.0.21

06 December 2007

A bigger tournament and a brand new poker AI.

Overview

Poker Superstars II raises the stakes with more superstars, a bigger tournament and a brand new poker AI. Import your own photo into the game and become a Poker Superstar.

Battle 15 of poker's top players powered by a 'first of its kind' artificial intelligence system that has learned to win by playing millions of simulated tournaments!

Features:

  • Try free for 60 minutes
  • No credit card required
  • No spam or spyware
  • No Internet connection needed to play
  • Own the game for $19.95
  • Instant activation to the full version

What's new in Poker Superstars II

Version 1.0.21:
  • Now a Universal Binary.

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1 Reviews of Poker Superstars II

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Flash1296
17 December 2007
Version: 1.0.21

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The computer players are supposed to be using A.I. The play is bad - absolutely beyond belief. All experienced tournament poker players like myself and every author on the subject knows that to bet MINIMAL amounts on strong hands in a tournaments is almost NEVER correct, with the exception of "slow-playing" a hand. This absurd game even has computer players "closing out" the betting by checking the nuts or calling "All In" with hand s that CANNOT win. I want my money back. I feel cheated. There is no point playing. There is NO option to play "no-limit" cash Hold Em either. "Limit" only. Normal tournaments are always played with 10 entrants. Not here. Not possible. You cannot play a normal tournament or a "sit-and-go"; just this tiresome silly television format. Tech support? Virtually none. iPoker is far far superior in every way.
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Flash1296
17 December 2007
Version: 1.0.21
The computer players are supposed to be using A.I. The play is bad - absolutely beyond belief. All experienced tournament poker players like myself and every author on the subject knows that to bet MINIMAL amounts on strong hands in a tournaments is almost NEVER correct, with the exception of "slow-playing" a hand. This absurd game even has computer players "closing out" the betting by checking the nuts or calling "All In" with hand s that CANNOT win. I want my money back. I feel cheated. There is no point playing. There is NO option to play "no-limit" cash Hold Em either. "Limit" only. Normal tournaments are always played with 10 entrants. Not here. Not possible. You cannot play a normal tournament or a "sit-and-go"; just this tiresome silly television format. Tech support? Virtually none. iPoker is far far superior in every way.
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