The watches which have just been sent to Asia are the versions in white gold/grade 5 titanium and red gold/grade 5 titanium. Poker is available in four versions, each one in a limited edition of 20 pieces (black PVD-treated grade 5 titanium and white gold; black PVD-treated grade 5 titanium and red gold; black PVD-treated grade 5 titanium, with blue spinel and black PVD hands; and black PVD-treated grade 5 titanium, with red ruby and black PVD hands).
Poker is the latest in the series of Gaming Watches from the master watchmaker, following on from the brand’s Blackjack and Baccara timepieces. At its heart is a movement capable of orchestrating a complete 52-card game, following all the rules of Poker, specifically its most popular variant: Texas Hold’em. In total, Poker packs in 32,768 different combinations; that’s 98,304 combinations between the three players.
It took more than three years to perfect this intricate complication, with no fewer than 655 components. The watch also offers a cathedral gong chimes, and, of course, it gives the time!