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    High Stakes on the Vegas Strip: Poker Edition PSN Updates

    Coresoft President and CEO Dave Connelly has revealed some new High Stakes on the Vegas Strip: Poker Edition PSN updates today, as follows:

    We have some great additions on the store now that will enhance your High Stakes on the Vegas Strip: Poker Edition experience.

    First off we have added 30 PS3 Trophies to the game so now you can show off your poker skills to all your friends and everyone else on the network.

    We've gone global, bringing you eight languages to the North American version so you can select games by region or by the language.

    We are also excited to announce that we have developed a brand new add-on, to the PlayStation Network. You can now play the all new Connelly Card Club, created with high definition detail.

    Included with the CCC 3D environment are four new game variations including Double-Flop Hold'em, Deuce to Seven Triple Draw, Five-Card Triple Draw, and Five-Card Stud where you can earn an additional 15 trophies.

    We hope you enjoy the update and add-on and we'll see you at the tables!

    High Stakes on the Vegas Strip: Poker Edition PSN Updates

    High Stakes on the Vegas Strip: Poker Edition PSN Updates

    High Stakes on the Vegas Strip: Poker Edition PSN Updates

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    This didn't just happen, its about 2 weeks old now.

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    Probably in the North American region, but the news was posted today on Sony's European Blog which is the one linked in the article.

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    Then the Sony European Blog is slow. It was about 2 weeks old worldwide when they posted it.

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    Well ya, often times one region gets something before another... but indeed, it could also be the EU PS Blog is slow in reporting too.

 
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