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Chris Moneymaker’s World Poker Championship

Chris Moneymaker’s World Poker Championship is a Texas hold ‘em-focused game that happens to feature a few other games like five-card draw, seven-card stud, and Omaha hold ‘em.

The game boasts a few different modes, but they’re really all the same mode structured differently. You can play in some single-elimination games, tournaments, and a season, which is a series of tournaments where you play head-to-head against Chris Moneymaker at the end.

Chris Moneymaker’s World Poker Championship does, at the very least, feature a decent poker interface that’s easy to use and manage. The game itself isn’t much to look at, with just a top-down view of an eight-player table that generally looks crusty and pixelated. The players rarely move or emote, and despite the fact that the back of the box boasts "10 exotic international casinos," the only time you see them is when you’re choosing your game at the very beginning. There’s very little audio, save for some annoying announcer chatter, some awful music, and some generally unassuming shuffling of cards and chips. It’s bare-bones stuff that’s probably best left turned off.

There’s a certain irony to be noted in the fact that Chris Moneymaker, of all people, is the one hocking this half-baked poker game. This is, after all, the same guy who acts as the spokesperson for one of the better free poker sites on the Internet, one that features a ton of people playing online at any given time and costs absolutely nothing. Yet now he wants you to drop $20 on this slightly functional, altogether bad game of poker that features nobody playing online and atrocious computer opponents? I

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