Governor of Poker 2

Our Governor of Poker 2 Cheats & Walkthrough is a comprehensive guide to this exciting card game full of effective strategies, hints, tips, and cheats to help you complete the game. The Governor of Poker walkthrough provides some general Texas Hold 'em tips as well as advice on how to beat specific people in the game.

Howdy Partner and thanks for joining us at the [b]Governor of Poker 2 Cheats and Walkthrough[/b] created by the staff here at CGG. Here, you'll find everything you need to play this fun and addictive poker adventure game. [b]Opening Story:[/b] In[b] Governor of Poker 2[/b], poker has been banned and it's up to you to prove it to the minister of the Texas Gambling committee that poker is in fact a skill and not a game of chance. Travel from city to city and put your poker skills to the test in this exciting poker game. [gimg]/Governor-of-Poker-2/images/intro-general-tips-01.jpg[/gimg] [b]Texas Holdem Tips[/b] In Governor of Poker 2, you will need to know how to play Texas Hold'em. The first stage of the game will walk you through a tutorial on how to play, but sometimes the terminology can be a bit tricky to remember if you are a newbie. The following is a few basic terms you will need to familiarize yourself with in order to play Governor of Poker 2. Fold - To fold means to give up your hand. Do this when you don't think you have a great hand. The sooner you fold, the less money you will lose. It gets harder to fold the more you get involved in a hand. Call - To call means you match the bet that's currently on the table. Raise - To raise means you are increasing the amount of money needed to stay in the round. Check - To check means to stay at the amount of money you are at. If no one raises in the round, you can check. As soon as someone raises though you will have to either call (meet their bet) raise (increase the bet) or fold (give up your hand.) Bet - To met means to raise the amount of money needed to stay in the round. Bluff - When you don't have a good hand, you can sometimes still win the round by bluffing or pretending that you have a better hand than you do. Flop - The initial three cards dealt to the community. Turn - The Turn is the fourth card that is dealt to the community. River - The river is the fifth and final card that is dealt to the community. [b]Hand Ranking List[/b] [gimg]/Governor-of-Poker-2/images/intro-hand-texas-holdem-02.jpg[/gimg] It's a good idea to become familiar with what hand beats what in Governor of Poker 2. Here's a quick list of hands you should know. You can also access this list in the game by clicking on the top right hand corner with the "i" icon. Royal Flush - This hand will be all the same suit so for example all hearts, and has to be 10, Jack, Queen, King, Ace. Straight Flush - This hand is all the same suit but can be any cards as long as they are consecutive. Four of a Kind - This hand consists of four cards that are the same card, i.e. four queens. Full House - A Full house consists of three similar cards and two similar cards. For example, three Kings and a pair of Aces. Flush - This hand consists of five cards of the same suit... for example all hearts. Straight - A straight is five cards that are in sequential order, for example two, three, four, five, six. Three of a Kind - Three of a kind is simple three of the same card. Two Pairs - Two pairs consist of just that... two cards that are the same matched with another set of two cards that are the same. A Pair - A matching pair of cards. High Card - If no one has any of the hands above, the highest card will always win. [b]General Tips[/b] Click on the question mark icon next to the dealer to view the previous hand. [gimg]/Governor-of-Poker-2/images/GUI-Last-Hand.jpg[/gimg] If you want to check how good your current hand is, click the "i" icon in the top right. [gimg]/Governor-of-Poker-2/images/GUI-CheckToSeeHandRank.jpg[/gimg] If you want to check your current ranking against other players, click the podium icon in the top right. [gimg]/Governor-of-Poker-2/images/GUI-Ranking.jpg[/gimg] To impress your fellow card players, click on yourself to do a chip trick. Click on yourself after a hand has been dealt to show if you are angry. [gimg]/Governor-of-Poker-2/images/intro-hat-shop-03.jpg[/gimg] While in town, click on the hat icon to go to the hat store so you can upgrade your fashion. You'll also need to acquire certain hats in order to play in certain towns or areas. The dollar sign in town will let you visit the bank. Go here to pay off any debts you may owe. Click on the train icon to travel to the next town. The spade icon means there is a tournament to be played. Click on this to start. To go to sleep and start a new day, click on the calendar icon in the top right. Do this once you've complete a poker tournament. There will be a new one the next day.