Like to play a quick game of Texas Hold ’em? The only thing you need is the latest mechanical gaming watch by Swiss Christophe Claret. Christophe Claret Poker watch joins to a beautiful Baccara watch and a gorgeous Blackjack timepiece. Actually, the Poker was to be the first gaming watch but its development required two watchmaker-constructors working full time for over two years.
Users can immerse themselves in real three-player games of the most popular variant of poker: Texas Hold’em. The challenge was incorporating a complete 52-card game following the rules of poker, with a large number of gameplay possibilities, all together in a mechanical movement. In total, Poker packs in 32,768 different combinations, i.e. 98,304 combinations for three players.
The probabilities were calculated so that each player has approximately the same chances of winning.
Two pushers activate the deals at each round of betting, including the flop, the turn and the river. On the dial, three windows present each player’s cards, invisible to the other players thanks to a special blinds system that conceal each hand from other players.
True to his mastery of chiming watches, Christophe Claret has equipped Poker with a cathedral gong, which sounds each time a pusher is activated.
Christophe Claret Poker watch is limited to only 80 pieces in four different color combinations. But, you need to win the jackpot to pay from $180,000 to $194,000 to own it.