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The Tables Are Now Open: Prominence Poker Arrives On PlayStation 4

PlayStation 4 owners hoping for an authentic, engrossing, and most importantly, fun poker experience will be happy to hear that Prominence Poker is now available on PlayStation 4 in the US for the low, low price of “absolutely free to play.” Don't worry, European players, you'll have access to the game within the next 24 hours.

Prominence Poker invites would-be card sharps to the city of Prominence to seek their fame and fortune in high stakes poker games amidst the sort of crooked folks who populate a city built on fat chip stacks, luck, and human greed. Only by defeating the cunning, cutthroat factions of Prominence can players earn the opportunity to go up against “The Mayor” – the mysterious town founder, who controls both the city’s bankroll and its intimidating muscle.

Thanks to the input of four-time World Series of Poker bracelet winner Max Pescatori, Prominence Poker offers PlayStation 4 players the most legitimate poker gameplay available on the console. Boasting gorgeously seedy locations, intricate character customization, and unprecedented, high-stakes poker action, Prominence Poker provides unparalleled immersion, whether you’re playing against computer-controlled players in singleplayer, or placing bets against other people in Prominence Poker’s competitive online multiplayer modes. Daily events, regular tournaments, and a host of unlockable outfits and table items ensure players will return to the tables over and over again in the hopes of striking it rich.

You can download Prominence Poker at no cost by visiting the PlayStation Store on your PlayStation 4 console, or via web browser at http://bit.ly/2bSCweB

For more on Prominence Poker, follow us on Twitter @prominencepoker and @pipeworksstudio, or on Facebook at facebook.com/prominencepoker.
 

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This has to be one of the best poker games ive played.. im not calling any one out but this game is better than pure holdem

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