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
I play this game so much it is the best poker game ever
Really fun user paced game. Unlike the other online poker games, this can be sped up at the pace of the user, no waiting for absent players to call, bet or fold. I’m enjoying it!
This game is very hard when the game decides that you can win no more. I’ve gotten up to 3 - 500,000 and then when I play the higher stakes games it won’t let me win the next 30 - 40 games in a row. Then end up loosing all my points and have to start all over on the lowest stakes games again. My advice is forget about the higher stakes games and nickle and dime them just for fun.
Crazy amount of bad beats, usually by players who shouldn’t be in the pot anyway! Going to delete game now. Why can’t someone put together a realistic game?
I used to play the older version of this game years ago on my iPod. I like the upgrades and the small hints of the previous version
Gameplay a little long, with (up to) 8 players to eliminate. I have lost a couple hands I think the AI was just programmed to make sure I lost, but so far enjoying the game. Looking forward to multiplayer
You get dealt a lot of face/low card suited hands and your opponents get a lot of pairs. Fun but needs work to feel real.
You are done apparently
As the title
The first time it happened I figured I mis-read the hands, but it happened again. I held a flush and lost to a straight—definitely not a straight flush. This second time two other players split the pot with off-suit straights while I was staring at a King-high club flush. A definite problem with the program.