This is a brilliant game if you like the classic Texas Hold'em rules of play but are not really a fan of playing with many people, waiting for them to think it through and place their bets. It's just you and the dealer in a quick paced Hold'em game that will keep you glued to the screen for some time.
How to play Texas Hold'em Pro
You get a chance to play against the house using classical Hold'em rules. You make an Ante bet, after which two cards are dealt to you and the dealer respectively. You can then decide whether you are making a Flop bet or folding. If you fold you lose your Ante bet. Three cards are then dealt on the table face up. At this point you are already calculating your chances, as the best 5-card hand wins. If you think you are in with a good chance go ahead and make the Turn bet or Check. You have the option to fold at any time in the game losing all the bets you have placed thus far. If you have gone all the way you place one more bet (the River) before the showdown. Standard 5-card poker rankings are used and the best 5-card hand combination wins.
It is important to point out that the Flop bet is always exactly the double as the Ante. The Turn and the River are always exactly the same as the Ante. Your minimum bet is the smallest chip on the table (€0.10) and the maximum you can bet is €200. This keeps your money under control and does not take the fun away of playing itself. The game can go on for while this way as going "All In" is not an option.
The graphics are slick as is the cool, classy jazz music. Probably a great game option that you have in Texas Hold'em Pro is to control at what speed the cards are being dealt. This way you can set the mood of your game - are you in a rush, killing time or you have planned to spend the evening in a relaxed casino atmosphere playing your favourite game without any of the distractions from other players.