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1UP: Texas Cheat 'Em Preview

"Gambling with a videogame, playing a game of chance against a computer, is not very fun, or at least it doesn't meet our threshold for what we consider fun," says Wideload Shorts director Scott Corley. "So we started talking about how we could make a gambling game really fun when played as a videogame, and played online against people not in the same room. The idea of cheating came up. Suddenly we had a game that we would enjoy playing, because you could be clever and affect the outcome of a hand of poker in a skillful way."

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KLEPTOMANIAC3554d ago

cheating to overcome your adversary... sounds exciting