Joined: Apr '11
Age: 50 (M)
If you're into computer games then the latest release from Telltale games should pique your interest. Poker Night 2, an Xbox and PlayStation game, was released earlier today and features a host of characters from popular cartoons and computer games. Taking place inside a secret club called The Inventory, the game offers a range of features, including the ability to get your opponents drunk. While it might not be as exciting as winning real money, it looks like a great way to de-tilt yourself.
Lacking engaging AI, a particularly good interface, or any online play whatsoever, World Series of Poker is a miserable failure on the PC. The Good Scotty Nguyen is in it Decent player models. The Bad Pushover AI Bad commentary Fails to capture the pageantry of the World Series events Pro players are badly represented Career mode has somewhat of a pointless feel to it after a while. Games included in the World Series of Poker package are Omaha, Omaha hi-low split, seven card stud, seven card stud hi-low split, razz (seven stud lowball), and, of course, the Cadillac of poker itself, Texas hold 'em. The bulk of the single-player experience comes from the career mode, where you're given the opportunity to create your own poker persona
might be a good way to de-tilt yourself as you are saying but it only seem to me like a great way to lose some time... PS and x-box games are great to change your mind or relax a little but poker game on console just seem to me as a good way to introduce poker to newbie.
Honestly if you just wanna play poker to de-tilt, yourself, play some freeroll there<s plenty available on every poker site. Just dont get emotional for these games
Joined: Feb '12
Location: New Zealand
Age: 46 (M)
Well its not real life, But i learnt how too play poker With WSOP 2005, Hold'em , all games thats been said above, and if u can play like a bot u be "not" wining player, lol IMO Basic's of poker, WHATwheres classic poker ()5- card draw?) lol
Edited by 0HighTimes0 (Friday, April 26, 2013 @ 12:28 GMT)