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All Articles: World Series of Poker: Full House Pro
After several delays (it was originally supposed to be out in the Spring), Microsoft is ready to ante up the Xbox Live Arcade release of their new free-to-play poker, title World Series of Poker: Full House Pro. Promising real world casinos, Avatar support, and a daily bankroll deposit, Full House Pro might just be the best poker platform on the XBLA yet:
There’s no other event like it — the World Series of Poker. Build your bankroll as you compete against players from around the world. Personalize your experience with flashy avatar accessories, amazing chip tricks, and real world casino venues. Download today and play for free, and be sure to come back daily for more free chips!
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.