Apple’s Texas Hold’em is back! To celebrate the 10 year anniversary of the App Store, we’ve brought back one of its first games, a popular classic. Originally created for iPod, then brought to iPhone, fans will love the polished redesign, featuring new characters, more challenging gameplay, and stunning graphics for the newest iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Players will also love that it’s free to play—for the very first time. Texas Hold’em lets you play like a pro against 24 realistic opponents—or with your friends over Wi-Fi. Use all of the hints, tips, tells, and your mastery to gain access to more challenging locations with higher stakes and even bigger rewards! Features: - Opponents bet, bluff, and have secret tells - Winning advances you to the next location - Includes 10 distinctive locations—including Las Vegas, Paris, and Macau - Bring up in-game hints, tips, statistics, and player ratings - Texas Hold’em is entirely free-to-play, works online or off - Play against up to 8 friends with Wi-Fi multiplayer - Rotate between immersive first-person and top-down gameplay - Re-designed, re-rendered, and re-built to use high-resolution graphics that look stunning - On iPad, use Split View or Slide Over to play Texas Hold’em while using other apps. - Designed for iOS 12 and later
Sure could use an instruction manual example —how do I sign off? BOB95
Thank you for bringing this great game back! Take a bow for this move apple lol
CPU players play like idiots but always seem to draw great?
Had this app when it originally came out and it was an excellent poker teacher. AI players bet and folded realistically and it taught me how to play in the real world profitably — with patience, position and timely aggression. Now it’s been rewired in the reboot to be ridiculously unrealistic: huge overbets and reraises from AI opponents with terrible cards, and if you call them and are ahead preflop — say you have AJ and they have k7 — they will always get the cards they need on the turn or River to beat you. Like 95% of the time. I played 150 games before I wrote this review to make sure I wasn’t just experiencing the downside of variance. In all those games I never amassed enough of a bank roll to go further than three buy ins at the Repongi level ($5K buy in), and I saw way too many heads up bad beats. Sad to say what was once the best of the AI poker apps has now become the worst.
Impossible to lose 30 hands in a row but you can in this game
This game could be fun except for all the miracle river cards. It’s getting so I can predict what card is coming on the river. It’s almost laughable when your opponents hit the very card they need on the river 65% of the time
Not a bad game, but you could go all in with 90%+ odds in your favor and 90% of the time your opponent will catch the 1 or 2 cards that could give him the win on the river. Not realistic at all. Game play and speed not bad though.
It’s so obvious when you’re going to lose in single player mode. This game is crap.