Governor of Poker 2 Platinum Edition
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Governor of Poker 2 Platinum Edition 

Fight for your right to play cards in Governor of Poker 2 Deluxe, a skillful poker adventure set in the Wild West. The Texas Gambling Committee has declared card games illegal and banned poker. As the titled Governer of Poker, it's up to you to convince the government of the state that there is no Texas without poker.

  • feel the spirit of the Wild West in this fun poker adventure
  • travel to dozens of towns and challenge over 100 opponents
  • enter and organize tournaments to win money for purchases
  • unlock extra tricks, trophies, follow statistics, and more
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Reviews of Governor of Poker 2 Platinum Edition
 | Added on: July 15, 2010
This game looked really cool but after playing it for an hour or more if you know anything about poker or at least texas draw poker you will notice that this game cheats who ever designed this game either didnt know about poker or designed it to cheat you I have been playing these 2 kinds of poker for a long time and the hands you are supposed to win with you dont. So dont spend your money on this play the trial and thats all its good for.
 | Added on: November 29, 2010
I love this game. I started out with the original version and I wanted more and that is why I purchased the Platinum Edition. I love it because you can play for 10 minutes or two hours at a time. The value for the purchase of this game is one of the best that I have found yet.
 | Added on: August 9, 2010
I enjoy this game and have acquired a few towns, etc. My main problem is getting back to the original town in order to catch the train. I love the people and their comments I just wish that my character was able to speak/comment. Otherwise it's fun and I LOVE winning the trophies.
 | Added on: July 15, 2010
I am not a poker player but I really liked this game. I even liked the fact that I got beat on good hands with these characters. Everyone at my house likes it. We take turns playing.
 | Added on: July 26, 2010
 | Added on: December 2, 2011
I loved this game. Not only is it fun, but it has to many things you can do, buy whatever you want, play poker, buy properties and win a bunch of money, along with all kinds of awards, What fun. The graphics were so cool, with bright colors and all set in the west. This is a great game.
 | Added on: August 10, 2010
This was just one great game! Play poker and win houses, towns, etc. Be careful not to move out of a town too quickly though. Sometimes it's difficult to get back to it. I'm still playing this game every day. I've made some progress and won some real estate. This game is definitely a good value because of its long play time and good replay.
 | Added on: July 16, 2010
I love to play poker (especially on-line poker). My curiosity got the better of me and I tried the trial version. The game is kind of cool. Its actually has a story to tell you as you become interactive with many of the famous old west Texas towns. I like the quirky humor within the game. The comments are entertaining and the hats are crazy. You can even buy new hats to suit your moods. The story starts you in a one horse type town. You can play poker at two different parlors to earn (and lose) more money. It has a Monopoly feel since you can purchase different properties and collect rent. The train rides and the horse rides between towns are unique. The game play during the poker matches is slow, but go into the options to pick up the pace of the game. This unfortunately turns off the players comments. Not sure how long it will hold my interest, but it has more to offer than I expected. Try it out for yourself.
 | Added on: April 29, 2013
I bought this game when it first came out and I still play regularly. The game is well thought out and presented. The graphics are great. Having first done the tutorial your first challenge is to become owner of the yellow properties simply by winning poker cash and buying all the houses - that becomes your daily income for buying property. If you lose you can borrow from the bank - free of interest! As you work through the property colours hopefully winning more than you lose, your reputation increases and so does your chance of winning. Apart from property purchase you can play for a horse, a wagon, the stagecoach business, a car and the steamboat all of which gets you around Texas to build up your bank balance. In between you are challenged by notorious players - no problem they are fairly easy meat. Finally you are challenged by the Governor himself. No problem and you have an audience to cheer you on. This game is all based on keeping a good poker reputation. Play fairly aggressively and it will be to your advantage. Play either male or female. Note: Make sure you are wearing the right hat colour for advantage tournaments - stagecoach, car, riverboat etc. What I like best about this game is the fact that even after you have booted the Governor out of his mansion, the game isn't over. You are on your own to play when and where you like and revisit all the poker places in Texas to your heart's content as you've unlocked all the notorious players during progress. A chance to build up a fortune with what you have learned. This game is always on my desktop for a relaxed quick game or a longer tournament and you can play whoever you like when you become Governor of Texas. Talk to the people (quite funny really) they give you tips too. It adds to your popularity. If you can't yet play poker - this is the place to learn. I highly recommend this game and it's a worthwhile purchase. Aces up!!
 | Added on: August 23, 2010
Great game with a lot of depth. They start you off with a tutorial that explains the basics of poker. Game has a western theme, you are working to overcome the poker ban the governor has placed on the city. You can acquire homes which earn rent for you and play in tournaments (you must place at least 3rd in order to earn stars). There is a bank you may take loans from if you end up poor. The characters are lively and the game takes it a step further as some players will get steamy (mad!) or start sweating profusely (you know they are nervous - maybe a bluff or a great hand). You have the option to be a little cocky yourself by flipping your chips between turns, choosing whether to reveal your cards or not when you've won a round. Game can be difficult as the players are good. One thing I LOVE about this game is that you can always see a summarization of your hand at a glance (the game provides a chart that shows you what your cards form (including the river). Even when you fold out of a hand, the game tracks what you would have had had you stayed in. Great addictive gameplay. This one is really well done.
 | Added on: January 26, 2014
At first I really liked this game and found it to be one of the best poker games I played. I was doing really well in the game gaining houses and money through winning. I was doing great in this game and had to take care of family stuff. I was up 1000 bucks when I came back to my game it would not let me play but showed my character at the table playing one hand and losing everything! including all the houses I accumulated. Takes all the fun out of the game if it cheats like that what's the point of playing? Answer to that NONE!!! I am sorry I wasted my money on this game. Gamehouse should not sell junk like this. No more youda games for me!
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