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Texas Hold’em is the poker variant which has taken over the world in recent decades and it’s easily available to play online at our recommended casinos. The most common way to play is against other ‘live’ players in real time but there are a few opportunities to play a more rigid version against a computer opponent and that’s what we’ve got here. It called TXS Hold’em and it’s developed by 1×2 Gaming.
TXS Hold’em is a classy-looking affair which takes place on red-topped casino table; there’s some real attention to detail here with multiple mirrored surfaces and well-placed shadows. A multitude of casino voices make up the background sounds.
The aim in this version of Texas Hold’em is to create the best five card hand to beat the dealer; there’s no bluffing involved so this is a good way to learn the basics.
How To Play TXS Hold’em
To begin with you must choose your ante bet which is a mandatory small bet placed on the appropriate position; bear in mind when selecting the amount that any further bets will be multiples of this sum.
Now press ‘Deal’ and you will receive two ‘hole‘ cards and at this point you can opt to continue by ‘betting‘ (2x your ante will be placed on the ‘Call’ position) or fold and lose your ante bet.
If you ‘bet‘ , three cards (the flop) will be dealt onto the table after which you again can choose whether to bet (1x bet added) or check (continue without betting). Now one more card is dealt (the river) and again you can bet (1x bet added) or check.
Following the final bet, your hand and the dealer’s hand are compared and the winner determined. All wins are paid out at odds of 1/1
TXS Hold’em is an interesting poker variant and there’s only one choice to make – whether to continue after your hole cards have been received, although choosing to check rather than bet will minimise your losses if you have a weak hand. It’s well worth checking out for something a little different.