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Poker Club Gameplay Video with Game Director Phil Gaskell - What to Expect in the Poker Simulation

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Poker Club Gameplay Video with Game Director Phil Gaskell - What to Expect in the Poker Simulation

Ripstone Games and Poker Club game director, Phil Gaskell have posted a new gameplay video, providing an introduction to the table and a preview of what you can expect from the poker simulation. Poker Club is scheduled to release on November 19 for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, PC and current-gen consoles for $24.99.

The game also offers Cross-Buy between PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5, and Smart Delivery on Xbox One and Xbox Series X, so players only have to buy Poker Club once to get the game on both generations of consoles.

Poker Club is designed as a social experience, in line with the increasing online community-led nature of the gaming landscape; Poker Club will connect players with friends and poker fans around the world, featuring tournaments for over 200 players. Players can create or join a club, complete with leaderboards, exclusive tournaments, daily chip bonuses whilst working towards shared goals that unlock rewards. Some customizable gear and events are club-specific, meaning the best way to play is together, connected with others from around the world.

Poker Club offers players more ways to play than ever before with a full house of Texas Hold’em online tournament modes and ring-games. Players are invited to take on the challenge of the PCC Poker Tour, an immersive online career mode that takes players on a journey from back-room games to big-money main events. From Single-Table and Multi-Table tournaments, to Freezeouts, Shootouts, Turbos, Super Turbos, Bounties and more, Poker Club offers a variety of online multiplayer modes featuring customisable private games, open tables and full-scale tournaments. With an advanced Poker 101 tutorial system featuring advice for beginners and advanced players alike, Poker Club offers a jackpot of poker fun for all.

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  1. As someone who still plays Prominence Poker and likes to sometimes sit and have a relaxing game that's in no way tied to real money, I'm definitely interested in this.
    This looks pretty awesome and is on my radar but online poker hasn't been something I have enjoyed too much which scares me. Too may yahoos that play dumb and online in general is pretty toxic. This probably won't change my mind but it looks like it might be worth a try.
    Prominence Poker is not bad at all. It has its moments, and I never even consider putting on a headset, but I've had some great games there.
    Would be nice to have a game with larger tables and multitable tourneys. PP is only six person sit and go's, which I like, but you need more than just one thing.
    What I wish is that we could get a game with the same stat tracking at the old Poker academy Pro game. A great way to raise the level of play is to give folks the tools they need to learn.

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