TEENAGE QUEEN / ERE Interactive / Amiga
A million shitty "strip poker" games were made for the home computers of the late 80s and early 90s. 99% of them can be totally ignored as they played a terrible game of poker with terrible interfaces and also generally had such crumbum images you won't even get a satisfying wank out of it.
Teenage Queen is in the 1% that is kinda sorta halfway noteworthy because it actually plays a passable game of draw poker with an interface that's mostly decent and moves at an acceptable speed. That, and it has a really unique art style (for these sorts of games anyway ... drawn by a woman to boot.) I don't know about getting a wank out of it, but if you want to play poker on the Amiga you could do a whole lot worse.
The Teenage Queen is a massive tease who shows up to the strip poker game wearing a full Sam Spade overcoat, fedora and sweater. Who does that man. So, predictably, it takes a long time to whittle all her clothes off, though at least there's nice art to look at while you play. You don't have to worry about the loli thing implied in the title as it looks like the "teenage" bit might refer to the 19 she perpetually claims her age as on her social media accounts.
The game moves along fairly fast with no superfluous BS. The only issue I had with it is that occasionally the background will randomly shift to a shot of the Queen's eyes while you're making decisions, and when it does that it freezes everything up for a couple seconds. The AI isn't great, but it's better than the bottom barrel that the vast majority of these games employ. You can usually tell the strength of the Queen's hand by her betting, though on occasion she'll actually try to bluff you, and she doesn't always back down when you start bluffing.