Texas Hold’em

Texas Hold’em

By Apple

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2019-07-17
  • Current Version: 2.1
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 1.37 GB
  • Developer: Apple
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
Score: 4.6
From 69,124 Ratings


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



  • Smooth navigation and fun, no bugs and no fuss

    By Blade o’ grass
    Works exactly as I had hoped. Navigation is intuitive. Easy to play.
  • Money maker

    By Braden Foley
    I robbed a guy and now he is in the dumps

    By Scotty Nguyen Jr.
    The game determines outcomes and your win rate regardless of actual hand probabilities. Read the other reviews about how often your winning hand that has dominant odds loses to someone who had 3 or less outs on the river. Or how often you lose despite having 12-15 outs from the flop. The worst part is you’re going to lose because your trips or straight will lose to a straight flush or some random and highly unlikely outcome. In this app it’s so common. The app encourages bad play and opponents seem to know the cards (who the heck goes all in on 4-9 off suit on low pair with when there is already a potential straight and flush on the table?!). The computer clearly cheats and the app rigs the outcomes against you.
  • Pretty good, not without faults.

    By ZacSz
    Overall, this is a great free poker app, but I have definitely run into glitches. It is beyond frustrating to lose a hand you’ve really won, or miss out on a pot split when there’s an exact tie. I know the rules of poker— it’s just an error in the code. It happens rarely, but often enough to cost a star and to cause occasional frustration. Otherwise all good.
  • Good could be Great.

    By Joht0o
    This is a really cool app and one that I think you guys at Apple should keep working on and adding too. (please) In single player, Instead of hands insta skipping after folding.. I would like to see how the hands play out. It allows me to see who bets when and on what cards. ( for example is someone ships it all on ace high they are a weak player.) - adding an option in settings so players can decide whether they want hands to skip or play out after folding would be amazing. Also a different dealer would be nice. I’ve only seen one guy so far. And it’s hard to blame the dealer for bad cards or bad dealing when it’s one dude lol. An option to tip the dealer would be cool too for immersion, especially after big hands or hitting a set or full house on the river. Overall big fan of the app. I really hope you guys keep improving on it as it could easily become the #1 poker game in the market. Oh and let me keep my chips after I win in single player smh. 😂
  • 😆😁😊😇

    By Johnlu-Mac
  • Before this app 😔

    By Tina Gio1
    After the app 😃!
  • This is pitiful

    By boothja
    Thank goodness real games are not like this. Why would anyone want to play a game that doesn’t even consider logical reasoning in its format. It’s a billion dollar industry because it’s nothing like this. It’s so blatantly obvious that it’s purposely trying to make you lose. That’s not a game that’s worth keeping.
  • All wrong

    By Backwoods Mark
    I think the bots are writing this 4.7 review Showing someone winning with a pair. But no pair in sight..many times. Made me second guess the very cut and dry rules…but this app is definitely wrong…plus straights, flushes, 3-of a kinds coming out like candy at a parade (all against me of coarse)
  • Cards delt are boringly predictable.

    By Hunterforlife 2014
    High pairs are always beat on last card delt, many times when the other 3 cards already delt. Computer won’t fold even when odds = 0



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