Ante up with World Championship Poker 2: Featuring Howard Lederer! WCP2, the sequel to the best-selling World Championship Poker, will put players at the high stakes table, bluffing and trying to steal the pot from some of the world’s toughest professional poker players, including Howard Lederer, Annie Duke and more!
Born in Iran, Amir Vahidi is a Southern California-based tournament professional. Many people recognize him from the WSOP final table in 2003. He had a considerable amount of chips until he went up against Sammy Farha in a hand. He was ranked 1st for "tournament player of the year" for 2003 with his nine no-limit final table appearances in 2003. This includes his sixth place at the WSOP (where he has lifetime earnings of $300,000.) in 2003 where he made it to the final tale for the third time. He was also named "No-Limit Texas Hold'em" Player of the Year as well as "Best All Around" award at the Poker Finals at Foxwoods in 2001.
- 14 types of poker, including Texas Hold'em, Five Card Draw, Seven Card Stud and Pineapple
- Different levels of simulation - "Real Deal" for the more experienced card shark and "Power Play" for the casual players
- Active tell and bluff systems.
- Third-person "TV" mode (including the popular in-bumper "card cam") or first-person mode to watch human and computer opponents more closely for signs of tells and bluffs
- RPG-like upgradeable skill system
- Play with the pros - in game character likenesses, as well as play styles and iconic signature personality traits of some of the world's top poker players including: Howard Ledrerer, Annie Duke, Greg Raymer, Robert Williamson, Matt Savage, Amir Vahedi, Clonie Gowen, and Paul Darden.
- Detailed character customization feature - really put yourself in the game
- More attitude - truly colorful color commentary including player controlled taunts, bluffs and tells
- Poker tutorials, as well as hints and tips on strategy
- Dynamic one player game - upgrade your pad and host online tournaments. Hock your stuff if you're desperate for funds for the next tournament
- Compatible for online play between World Championship Poker 2 PSP and PS2 users.
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