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Show them all, the Governor is not to be trifled with!
Governor of Poker 2 takes you back to the Wild West, straight to the roots of this very exciting card game. You can play against the old western pros. Now it’s time to use your poker skills to start small, win big, buy houses, claim industrial assets, collect rent and finally take over Texas! The main goal is: To get a hold of Texas!
Why is this game so great? A completely new poker engine will challenge beginners and pros alike. Refine your tactics to match the countless playing styles of your opponents and watch them go "Steamy" after showing off your outrageous bluffs!
Governor of Poker 2 starts where the first game ended, but nothing is what it seems to be. A new Dallas government decided to put a ban on all poker games and now considers the game to be illegal. Time to take matters in your own hands and prove them wrong!
• Over 80 challenging opponents to beat
• 27 stunning saloons in 19 amazing cities
• Get a hold of the 5 big industrial assets
• Travel by Train, Casino Boat or Stage Coach and play poker whilst on your way to the next city
• Every city has lots of exciting cash games and big tournaments with even bigger prizes. You’ll experience more checks, calls, raises, folds and all-ins than you can imagine!
Let’s get on the train to Amarillo now and show them what you’ve got!
This game contains the following languages:
EN / DE / FR / NL / ES / IT / SV / PT
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We have some great fixes and updates thanks to all your support!
- Major Crash Fixed!! Flushed it on the River ;)
- Fix for tight and aggressive opponents
- AI improvements
- Turkish language added
- Latvian language added
- Japanese language fixes
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Play regularly, pretty good game
I play this while listening to podcasts or the radio, and it’s a decent game. I’ve played through several times, so I change my personal rules for how I acheive a victory to mix it up. I have felt like I was cheated on hands, but when I look at the dealer’s summary, I find that I am wrong. It is not messing up on which hand is the winner, like some reviewers have said. It’s not really hard to get a wallet built up, either, so those players must be pretty bad at poker. Play tighter. Most AI players are way too aggressive so you have to be careful how much you pay for a flop. I have dry spells, or have gone all in when there were clues that I shouldn’t and blow it, but overall I win. I’m the best player in Texas, ha ha. The head-to-heads to win special properties can be frustrating due to tight AI players and low blinds relative to how much you have to win to beat them, and they will suddenly bluff big or bet big, but you can find and exploit their weaknesses. Sometimes it’s hilarious what is lost in translation, and cultural mistakes. For example, you can play to win a National Park (location of Big Bend, but not named)! uhhhh… first, National, second, owned by the people, not an individual, unless certain politicians get their way! Lot’s of typos and weird phrasings. Did you know that playing poker is fun for the whole family? LOL.
Governor of Poker
It would be a big improvement if it didn’t miscalculate the winning hand on a regular basis. It would be nice if there was a button to push to find out why the computer thinks a pair beats a high card straight etc. There is no help available in the program.
Examples: 1. The program gave the hand to a four card straight of low cards over a high singleton. 2. It gave the win to a low pair in hand over a higher pair in hand. The common cards were lower in rank then the higher pair in hand and didn’t help either player.
Today a pair of 2s beat an ace high flush.
This game surprised me. It is extremely enjoyable, and I hardly play any computer games because I usually find them tiresome pretty quickly. The AI is excellent and the players provide a challenge to me, although I am not an experienced poker player so bear that in mind. Presumably Nate Silver would have no trouble at all :) But I am a newbie to poker and find it challenging but still manage to win and make money overall. So I think it is well-designed and nicely tuned. Sometimes the players bluff and sometimes they don't. Some are aggressive, some tight, and everywhere in between. It's a lot of fun and as long as I'm not fooled into thinking this means I can go to Vegas and make a fortune it's simply done me a big favor!
I just saw that other reviewers have a problem with crashes, so it should be helpful information that I am running mountain lion on a macbook pro and it hasn't crashed for me.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.