World Series of Poker: Full House Pro shuffles onto XBLA, Windows 8 this Spring

Microsoft’s Full House Poker gave your Xbox 360 Avatar a seat at the table in 2011. This Spring, the publisher plans to deal in Windows 8 users with a free-to-play sequel, World Series of Poker: Full House Pro.

Unlike Full House Poker’s $10 pricetag, Full House Pro will allot players a free stack of chips everyday in single-player, multiplayer, and tournament play. It will also bring back the “flashy Avatar accessories and amazing chip tricks” that the first game was known for while adding real-world casinos and Xbox 360/Windows 8 cross-play compatibility. The head-to-head Pro Takedown Mode and the All-in Pro Takedown Tournament will also make a reappearance.

And to really give you the feel of a World Series of Poker event, ESPN’s Lon McEachern and Norman Chad will provide card-by-card commentary.

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