Texas Holdem Shootout Poker
Texas Holdem Shootout Poker, a WagerWorks software online table game, is another fun and exciting Texas Holdem single-player game, with a twist! It pits you, the player, against two passive, yet simple-minded, computer opponentsa red bot and a blue bot.
The object of Texas Hold'em Shootout online poker, As with other Texas Holdem games, is for the player to form the best five card hand from two hole cards, plus five community cards dealt face up on the table. The best hand at the end of the game wins the pot without sacrificing any rake!
Texas Hold'em Shootout poker by WagerWorks have betting limits that range from 1 to 1000 credits, and an "all in" equals 8x the players blind bet if theyre feeling lucky. You also have the options of raising 2x your blind bet or 1x your blind bet if you call.
The "bot" behavior in this Texas Hold'em Shootout online poker game is never based on the value of the players cards, the players balance, the size of players blind bet, the prior outcomes, or any other external factors.
If the red bot has a stronger hand than the blue bot before the flop, it will always call and raise the players initial blind bet and the blue bot will fold. If the blue bot has a stronger hand than the red bot, the red bot will either call players initial blind bet or fold.
If the former occurs, such as the blue bot raises and then the red bot is guaranteed to fold the next time around; so if the player does not fold, the red bot will leave the game where just the player and blue bot will battle it out.
If both the red and blue bot have equally strong hands, one of the bots is randomly chosen. After the flop the bot left remaining will always match the players betting action, except for raising bets. So in this case, after the flop the player will control the betting.
Play Texas Hold'em Shootout online poker; a triple-player game, as a single player against two bots!