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Discussion in 'Casinomeister's Poker Room' started by jetset, Feb 10, 2007.

    Feb 10, 2007
  1. jetset

    jetset Ueber Meister CAG

    Senior Partner, InfoPowa News Service

    A powerful Lederer and Oxygen team

    XBox360, Playstation 2, PSP and PC poker players don't have too much longer to wait for Howard Lederer's latest version of "World Championship Poker 2 : All In" According to producers Oxygen Games, this uprated iteration of the inaugural offering first launched in 2005 will be available on the shelves by the end of March this year.

    The latest edition once again features famous poker pro Lederer and a cast of characters with plenty of attitude and a ton of action. Players can customise their own one-of-a-kind avatar who will muck, check and raise in a dynamically changing environment as he or she moves up through the competitive levels.

    With the 2007 version, players must work their way up the poker ladder, starting out in a basement home game locale. As bankrolls grow, the playing environment improves to include increasingly luxurious casino and poker room surroundings. The highly entertaining offering also features poker-related options such as 14 different poker varieties with different levels of simulation depending on the player's skill level.

    According to material from Oxygen, players can also expect to see multi-table online tournaments, smarter AI and support for Xbox's Live Vision Camera. The game will be available for Xbox Live, featuring a world scoreboard and voice-chat functions.

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