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World Series of Poker

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  • Available on PC
  • For fans of Sports
  • Release Date(s): TBA
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I used to have a Tekken face. You know the type – very stiff, very stoic. It really baffled my opponents. They couldn't understand why I wasn't angry when I lost, or why I didn't smirk or smile after a glorious win. Most of the time they'd walk away feeling down and defeated. Every once in a while an arcade junkie would fire a few angry words, hoping to break my... Read Review

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