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Myelin Media LLC, a publisher of interactive entertainment software, today announced that their Texas Hold ‘Em game, STACKED™ with Daniel Negreanu, has gone gold for the PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system, Xbox® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, and the PC. The most advanced poker simulation ever created, STACKED boasts an exclusive learning artificial intelligence solution, involvement from seven of poker’s most successful and charismatic players, as well as support for massive sanctioned online tournaments.

The first poker video game to capture the strategy and excitement of the game that has taken the world by storm, STACKED has exclusive license to the university-developed Poki AI system to deliver a remarkably advanced single-player experience. A learning system, Poki observes how each player approaches the game, devising and implementing new strategies for victory and encouraging the player to vary their style of play. Also, featuring seven of the world’s most successful poker pros, players will have the opportunity to go head-to-head against Josh Arieh, Jennifer Harman, Erick Lindgren, Juan Carlos Mortensen, Evelyn Ng and David Williams, each with a custom AI style that matches their real-world play style.

Further, STACKED takes Texas Hold ‘Em online like never before with MTV STACKED Masters, a breakthrough online system that lets players host large scale tournaments and single game tables with a group of friends. Sanctioned tournaments will be regularly announced on the game’s official web site, letting top ranked players compete in a multi-table ladder structure with hundreds of other players for a shot at poker immortality in the MTV STACKED Masters Hall of Fame.

STACKED is rated T for Teen by the ESRB and will be available on May 30th at a suggested retail price of $29.99. For more information about STACKED with Daniel Negreanu, please visit stacked.mtv.com.

Member Comments
# 1 dieselboy @ 05/24/06 05:03 PM
Never really understood buying a poker video game.

Just take that $60 to the casino. Or if you can't play legally yet, play online.

STEVE! Did you ever take the time to learn the game of poker? I've tried to get you into it about ten times now...
 
# 2 Steve_OS @ 05/24/06 05:48 PM
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Originally Posted by dieselboy
Never really understood buying a poker video game.

Just take that $60 to the casino. Or if you can't play legally yet, play online.

STEVE! Did you ever take the time to learn the game of poker? I've tried to get you into it about ten times now...
LOL, not yet. 10 more times might get me.
 
# 3 dieselboy @ 05/24/06 05:58 PM
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Originally Posted by Steve_OS
LOL, not yet. 10 more times might get me.
Damn, you are less willing than the girls at Acid's HS.
 
# 4 Acid @ 05/24/06 05:59 PM
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Originally Posted by dieselboy
Damn, you are less willing than the girls at Acid's HS.
 
# 5 Steve_OS @ 05/24/06 06:11 PM
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Originally Posted by dieselboy
Damn, you are less willing than the girls at Acid's HS.
It's not THAT bad.
 
# 6 dieselboy @ 05/24/06 06:15 PM
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Originally Posted by Steve_OS
It's not THAT bad.
Thats true, the ten times I've tried to get you to play poker, plus the ten more times you said it will take, are a LOT less attempts than Acid has been making.
 
# 7 Acid @ 05/24/06 06:15 PM
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Originally Posted by dieselboy
Thats true, the ten times I've tried to get you to play poker, plus the ten more times you said it will take, are a LOT less attempts than Acid has been making.


You guys suck.
 
# 8 ExtremeGamer @ 05/24/06 06:16 PM
I forgot this game even existed....
 
# 9 Skerik @ 05/24/06 06:21 PM
I've been waiting for this one for a while, yet I'm currently undecided on whether I'll pick it up. Odd....
 
# 10 The GIGGAS @ 05/24/06 06:36 PM
It's so on my GameQ.
 

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