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For BlackBerry In appreciation, Texas Holdem Poker 2 By Gameloft is Free of Charge for Limited Time. (Not for All Devices)

 

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Texas Holdem Poker 2 by Gameloft inc. is a must for any Poker enthusiast and is now available Compliments of BlackBerry. It is not showing up yet via the Free Gifts Category via App World for many but you can follow the link below and get to it in App World. Thanks to Mark for sending in the tip but I did notice that Texas Holdem Poker 2 is not compatible for all devices, such as the latest 7.0 devices so be sure and check compatibility for your device.

Thank you for choosing and supporting BlackBerry®. In appreciation, Texas Hold’em Poker 2 is free of charge for a limited time (a $2.99 USD value), compliments of BlackBerry.

Whether you’re an accomplished poker player or not, Texas Hold’em Poker 2 is the ultimate poker game for you! Learn all the poker tricks thanks to a more comprehensive Training mode or challenge the advanced AI opponents in wild tournaments. Visit 8 great venues around the world like Dubai or Macau for classic Texas Hold’em or try Omaha mode for an even more comprehensive poker experience.

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High Performance App – Ensure app is closed when not in use to ensure longer battery life. To close app, press Menu key (to the left of the trackball/trackpad), then select “Exit” from the game menu

Price Texas Hold’em Poker 2 is free of charge for a limited time (a $2.99 USD value)

Available in BlackBerry App World Here.

For BlackBerry In appreciation, Texas Holdem Poker 2 By Gameloft is Free of Charge for Limited Time. (Not for All Devices)
Post By Joe Styer/ Admin
Fri, 02 Dec 2011 15:15:57 GMT

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