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Governor of Poker 2 - Premium Edition
Howdy! Do you want it all? Then go for the Governor of Poker 2 - Premium Edition packed with lots and lots of extra's!

What's the deal?
Lots more cities to conquer and tournaments to play, interactive wallpaper, downloadable theme music, an extra ‘Pro’ difficulty mode and more.

Are you a real governor? Then get ready for the most exciting adventure in the Wild West!

Governor of Poker 2 starts where the first game ended, but nothing is what it seems to be.

A new Dallas government has entered and decided to put a ban on all poker games and consider the game to be illegal. What’s even worse… you lost your title of Governor of Poker because of all this! It’s up to you to convince the minister of the Texas gambling committee and show him poker is all about skills!

Fight the ban on Poker!

Learn how to play the best poker with the poker-tutorial. Play all new tournaments up to 120 opponents in 19 cities and 27 poker locations. You can choose to play all new poker tournaments, including a bounty hunter game, where you win cash prices when eliminating an opponent or play against a whole team of players! Organize your own tournaments, get loans at the bank. Travel by train, river casino boat or stage coach and play another game while travelling. Claim your transport and special locations like oilfields and mines. Buy the hats that suit you best or to get admitted to new locations. Judge your opponents based on new emotions, including nervous, on fire, steamy and tilt. Finally defeat the 9 best Notorious players to reclaim your title!

Let’s get on the train to Amarillo now and show them what you’ve got!
  • A whole new Wild West story
  • A renewed poker engine
  • 13 cities and 17 poker locations to play
  • Large tournaments up to 120 players in lots of new places
  • New more realistic and various opponents
  • A poker tutorial
  • Dozens of new hats to show off
  • Options to organize your own tournaments
  • Lots of new achievements and awards
  • An exciting challenge to reclaim the title of Governor!
  • The Premium Edition includes:
  • 6 extra cities
  • 10 extra poker locations
  • Extra 'Pro' difficulty mode
  • 5 more Notorious opponents to defeat
  • 5 extra player colours to choose
  • Quick Poker game against all 9 Notorious Players
  • Unique interactive wallpaper (Windows)
  • Downloadable theme music
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  1. Schönes Pokerspiel
    by Tini Eckardt, Germany - Jul 10th 2013

    Dieses Pokerspiel ist nett gestaltet und die Story drumherum tut ihr übriges für einen abwechslungsreichen Pokernachmittag… wird nicht so schnell langweilig, wie die üblichen Pokerspiele, bei denen man "nur" Pokert - wer das allerdings möchte, ist hier fehl am Platz.

    This poker game is nicely designed and the story around it does the rest for a fun afternoon poker ... is not as boring as the usual poker games where you "only" Poker t - who wants that, however, is out of place here.

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  2. A Great Casual Poker Game
    by DJW, USA - Oct 21st 2010

    I have spent many hours enjoying this game as I took over Texas towns one after the other through poker tournaments and cash games. I recommend this to anyone who wants a fun, casual card game with multiple features and decent replay value.

    Features
    There is a lot to do in this game! You start by playing poker tournaments to earn money and buy up all the properties in each town. The games become larger and the stakes get higher as you move from town to town. Trains, riverboats, and automobiles can also be won in poker games so you can reach additional towns. You can also win a wide variety of awards for different achievements as a poker player. The "professional" difficulty option and quick games give decent replay value. The features in this one go a long way and will keep you coming back for more.

    Poker
    The poker game itself is easy to play and fun. The computer AI is pretty good and can surprise you from time to time, but I suspect that people who have experience playing real opponents would find the AI to be limited. Once you get into a rhythm with your strategy, the games will become more predictable.

    It's nice that they have tournaments, cash games, and one on one games to give variety (you can even set up your own tournaments how you want), but the game is always Texas Hold 'em. There are no other varieties of poker. This game is probably best for people who want to learn poker or who just want a generally good casual game.

    Graphics and Sound
    The computer voices and announcers were pretty cool at first. It felt very realistic. As you continue to play, they will become repetitive. Fortunately, you have the option to mute the voices so it's not a problem. The music is not that varied, but it's decent and not annoying.

    The animation is nice and the hats were colorful. The poker tables and other scenes look nice. I applaud their efforts to provide some variety to the scenery of the locations, such as larger towns later in the game, but nevertheless the towns and poker venues start to look pretty similar after a while.

    Bottom Line
    I definitely got more than $20 worth of game play out of this, and I continue to enjoy it even after playing all the way through. You will always have a solid poker game ready to play whether you have only 10 minutes or several hours. It's best for casual gamers or those new to poker. I list a few cons below, but the pros far outweigh them. I'm happy I got this one.

    Pros
    - Many towns, vehicles, properties, and hats to acquire
    - Increasing stakes and larger tournaments as you advance
    - Quick games are available for when you only want to play for a few minutes
    - You can speed up the play; eventually you will want faster games without the sounds
    - Good, solid Texas Hold Em game
    - It runs well on my 5 year old, non-Intel Mac
    - Flash demo versions are online, so you can try those for more than an hour before you buy the full game

    Cons
    - There were a few minor typos not affecting game play
    - The towns are all very similar; I wish they had more features that were unique to each town
    - The computer opponents eventually become a little predictable, but they're pretty good for a computer game
    - You don't make rent money from your properties while traveling
    - I didn't experience much difference among the Notorious players; I guess they were supposed to have different playing styles but they seemed pretty similar to me
    - I didn't really require or expect this, but multiplayer online capability would be an amazing option they could offer in the future.

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