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Play like the pros in World Poker Tour Texas Hold ’Em on the Nintendo DSiWare service, the official game tested and approved by the experts at the World Poker Tour.

Whether you’re just learning to play or you’re an old-school player wanting to hook some fish, Texas Hold ’Em has tables for all players. Choose to play solo in two unique tournaments designed specifically for the Nintendo DSiWare version or use a local wireless connection and play with your friends and take down monster pots. The action is in your hands in one of the most authentic poker games ever brought to the Nintendo DSi system.

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Posted by Jon Wahlgren

Nice try

For a portable poker game, World Poker Tour: Texas Hold 'Em could've been great. It uses probably the biggest licence in the game in a faithful way to how the tournaments are shown on TV along with a pretty meaty single-player component and a few nice...

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User Comments (5)



cheapogamer4life said:

@ plankton88:
this is what yahoo says about it.......
"It stands for "wireless fidelity", and, to tell you the truth, I didn't know the reason why they would call it that until a few weeks ago, when I decided to look up the word. Fidelity means to "to adhere to promises", and WiFi promises to be compatible with almost any wireless card, so I guess it is a good name."



Gecko_the_freak said:

Wifi was actually invented in Australia so umm... maybe they will add it for our release
Why do they make it look so hard to develop a good poker game. Their mistakes always seem so obvious, it's as if the game designers wern't poker players before starting and couldn't crasp the game fully during the dev process
..at least a (solid) wifi option would remove the single player pitfalls... and how often would you bother playing with friends on a dsi rather than just using real cards. None of my poker friends have DSis anyway :S

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