OK, Full Deck Hold'Em certainly isn't meant to be a strip poker game. It is the latest game from Graeme Devine, creator of The 7th Guest and former game guru at Apple. But when you combine live video streaming with poker, you've got to expect that at least a little nudity might happen.

Full Deck Hold'Em, which hits iTunes on Thursday for $2.00, is a Texas Hold-Em poker game that uses the front facing camera of the iPad 2 to let you see and talk to the person you are playing against. You can chat play with up to four friends at a time.

The game also has 16 unique iPad-controlled characters that you can play as well. Other features include limit and no limit tables, extra card sets for download and play, achievements, leaderboards, ranking among friends, Facebook friend and avatar integration, auto matchmaking and public and private tables, you know, for the strip poker.

I mean, come on! Video and poker and live stream. It's gonna happen.


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