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I didn't want to learn, though. I wanted to play a video game. WSOP is a good way learn poker, but not so good if you want to win first and ask questions later, like most gamers do. That tells me that poker doesn't have the substance to hold up a video game on its own (unless there are 41 other games and online play to support it). If you look at Tournament of Champions 2007 as an aid on your quest to become the next multi-millionaire, then it's worth a little something. If not, dump the $40 you would have spent on it in the slots the next time you hit up Vegas. You'll have better a better chance of winning that way.
As the first poker game for the Wii, World Series of Poker is serviceable, though the lack of online play and lackluster presentation don't help its cause.
World Series of Poker: Tournament of Champions 2007 Edition isn’t a bad game by any stretch of the imagination. However, there is very little in this title to set it apart from any other poker game on the market. If you need your Texas hold ‘em fix and can’t find a group of friends to play with, you’re just as well off playing a bargain title for an older system or any of a number of free online programs. Poker on the Wii can wait until a game with more features is released.
The game plays identical to the PS2 version, looks terrible, doesn't make use of the Wii controller, and costs more than any other version. We fold.
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