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This was beyond a treat - I was mesmerized to see so many extreme power-poker amateurs having success against 20 year veterans. I'm not as diligent as Gary about DVD quality, but I do know these were all dual layered discs and looked fine on my system tube. It is kind of humorous and insightful to hear the 'poker expert' commentary for each episode make statements like ' Wow - that's new - I'd never do that It is educational to follow what the reported errors are. You can't, or really shouldn't, make judgments solely on the basis of the cards - you won't learn anywhere near as much as you could. Now I see that there are some complaints that not all the tournaments from Season 3 are included in this package it IS called 'The Best of' - this is true and the ' Bay Shooting Star ' could have been a bad choice to add as it appears very hap-hazardly played especially by entrant Danny Nguyen. T his is an okay tournament although the 'Bad Boy' moniker is a cheap selling tool. The only way to succeed is to make outlandish calls at times which 1 keeps your skilled opponents off-balance and 2 keeps you from being run over by in the other combatants wake of this same style. Tour 13 top tournaments around the world with pros and other top players. Ultimate Poker Challenge Season One. A couple of the players use some contrived 'acting-up' and don't seem to be taking the play seriously, although I am sure that they were. This is very professionally done with adept camerawork and excellent detail. But the detractors will have no leg to stand on when it comes to his success and the money he won. I don't know anyone that would benefit from the explanations in this DVD. You can watch with or without some excluded hands usually from the head-to-head showdowns or you can watch those individually later. Expert commentary from poker experts Mike Sexton and Vince Van Patten let you feel the tension of making big-dollar decisions with every turn of a card. CLICK to order from:. Another huge appeal is in the factor of luck that is a part of the game - it expand the myth that anyone a winner - although the purpose of these DVDs is to instill that it can be possible. The players are much less talented than what you may be used to in other DVDs - which is a good thing to see an inferior caliber now and again for comparison. This is not a slight - there are some mathematically smart chaps, but one of the attributes of this lifestyle appears to be the ability to gamble, at times looking quite reckless with inordinate sums of cash. So from that perspective it again has value and the camera positioning and detail are pretty acceptable. Some friends have asked me before why I waste my time watching poker DVDs. We will continue to review more as they become available so stay tuned, there are more poker DVDs coming out every month! Expert player commentaries are optional on many segments. In my opinion this is a bad choice. But in the end, the year-old Moneymaker held a full house of fives over fours to beat the odds and walk away a multi-millionaire. The technical quality is only a notch below the stellar Season 2 set with more noticeable layer changes and although the same valuable poker-data information discards, blinds totals etc.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} The remuneration involved is astounding - often more than The Masters, The Kentucky Derby and Wimbledon prize monies combined. The game has changed to such a high level of 'gambling' now that doesn't resemble the other 2 seasons. It's decision-making in the extreme. The selected scenes seems to highlight more of the flamboyant chance plays not the serious and calculated decisions and hence it is not as good a learning tool as it could be but I understand that is how much of the tournament went. Sexton is excellent and Van Patten holds up the color end very well - I would easily say they have improved. Winning Texas Hold 'Em. I started with this review as it is my 1 favorite of all the poker DVDs I own. It was the most draining and highly interesting poker ever televised, both because of the ultra-aggressive play and the huge stakes over 3 times the prize monies of Season 1 of only 2 years previously. By observing the situations, and being allowed to see the cards that are normally hidden, has not only made me a far better player, but given me a keener understanding of the skill involved. All important information is available - discards, player totals, position etc. I'm particularly keen on judging Hansen's play although its erratic nature is truly confounding - hence the interest. It is as important as the number of players at each session. There was a bit of filler in between play but not excessive. I'm afraid this only get a very moderate recommendation. Description A series of 26 live 42 minute poker tournaments with cash prizes. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}I appreciate the formatting he has done of the cryptic text and screen captures that I have sent him especially those pop-up screen samples! I was extremely excited to see some legendary players that I had only read about previously Ted Forrest, Chau Giang etc. The camera shows important details - discards, totals, dealer and blinds. The extras on this, like on most are kind of fluffy, but some may get something out of the player profiles and poker corners although they are simply repeats of the ones shown during each segment. To me it seemed expensive and not at all worth the price, so I don't recommend. Gus Hansen found so much success with this ultra aggressive style of play that many others are duplicating it, or even exceeding his excess. Shana even looks a little older and her hair is longer - she is the perfect 'fluff' hostess. This also has a separate commentary track with Antonio Esfandiari and Phil Laak that is only amusing and far less educational than one might anticipate. This is something that you wouldn't see in an all-pro game where the only missteps are slight judgment calls that are within the realm of the percentages. One of my complaints is that you are hardly ever shown player chip totals which, as many poker aficionados are aware, is paramount to betting and action. Great for appreciating recent poker history and some of the quirky nuances of the game. This is a lot of poker for anyone to watch. Hungry amateurs take on ice cool pros, veteran players square off against young guns and all reveling in the high-wire act of life changing money being risked on every turn of a card. Technically the DVD is the best yet. Sexton and Van Patten's commentary is quite good and it is quite refreshing to see a new environment in each segment including Paris, Vegas, Mexico, and the Caribbean. The play of Danish, and sometimes noted world backgammon player, Gus Hansen is without question the most amazing poker I have ever seen anyone play His instincts are uncanny - he reads each unique player based on their bets and the intricacies of the situation and it seems he's never wrong. A superior 3-level split window allows views of the players and the hands simultaneously. I wasn't really as keen on this for one reason or another. NOTE : When these tournaments are actually played in real time they take much longer to conclude. This is very decent value for the money - over 20 hours of the inaugural season of the World Poker Tour 5-discs with 3 X 1. I've re-watched this about 5 times. All these DVDs have condensed the play by excluding the less exciting often mundane robotic elements of the poker ballet. It can seem quite absurd from the rail but it obviously works although it does appear to rely more on the luck factor than skill. Thrown into the group, like a lamb to the wolves, is Illinois bank teller Mark Richards who won his seat at the table during a WPT satellite tournament. Rick Cognoscenti. This definitely has some value to poker fans as it gets a little inside the WSoP championship and the ending is quite exciting. This is great value for the money and the players are all world-class. This is the one that helped put No-limits Hold'em on the map thanks to Moneymaker's victory. All this information is available on the Internet with an hour's worth of reading. I strongly recommend this to poker fans everywhere! Screen samples. Yes, I recommend this package. An invitational tournament follows game after game of the same 8 players regarded as the best in the world each week playing for positioning in the 13th week finale. Poker Superstars Invitational Tournament - Series 1. An amateur player, Mark Richards, plays against 5 professionals and once again Gus Hansen pulls off the most unexpected 'call' I've ever seen He continues to be the greatest enigma of the poker world. If you have recommendations please let me know click on my name in blue below. World Poker Tour - Season Two. People who view this should not get the idea that attrition is not a key factor in the ability to find success. They both seem to miss the flush options a lot as well. I was not happy with the commentary either which consistently left out player options, ie. You would have to be a real neophyte to get much out of this. It has a bit of a twist to some of the other tournaments in that a 30 second timer starts to for betting in fact I believe you have 60 seconds but the timer appears on screen for the last 30 seconds and if you don't make a decision the lights go out and the table lights up It only happened once, but I believe it did effect play as more folded as they couldn't calculate the odds fast enough. Most unfortunately it is very tardy in showing both player totals and positions, relying more on the cards as the focus. No extras but the same high level WPT efficiency in showing imperative data. Although I have been a poker player for 20 years I never cease to learn about the game - as well as its unique characters - viewing these interesting DVDs is more education. A whole community has arose - in many cases the success of many of these young stars is due to their immature disregard and disrespect for the huge sums of money they are playing for. This is another way to learn. It certainly has the ability to level the playing field until you understands it further. The entire game can't be judged on a single hand but rather each entry is an important cog in this new intentionally gear changing style. What fascinates me about this are the sociological and cultural manifestations that this explosive craze has created. It was unbelievable! It used to be ideal to bet last, but now it has almost switched to whoever gets to say 'all-in' first generally wins the pot as the other plays bow down in the face of a potential table exit. Celebrity fascination is another interesting new factor to this monstrously popular pastime. Rick Cognicsenti.