If you're looking for a tomato to grow in a pot, it's usually recommended you choose a variety with the words "patio" or "container" in their name. You can grow any variety in a container, but some of the larger vines can get very top heavy and tip the whole thing over. On the other hand, some patio-type tomatoes just don't have the flavor of a juicy beefsteak. My advice is to plant a few varieties, but when you find a tomato you like, stick with it.
'Containers Choice' was bred to please on all accounts. It's a dwarf, stocky determinate plant that can handle the confinement of a pot. It produces decent sized fruits (8 oz.) that are thick enough to slice and juicy enough to bite into. Expect fruits about 70 days from transplant.