From Swedish operator NetEnt, Texas Hold’em Pro has its roots in the 1900s. Each player receives two hole cards facing down. Five community cards (facing up) are then dealt in three separate stages.
Your mission is to get the best five-card poker hand possible with these seven cards – and you can check, call, raise or fold.
Cards deal from the screen’s top right-hand corner, above circles for the Call (Flop), Bet (River) and Bet (Turn), as well as one lower down saying Ante. Place your bets by clicking the chips on to this circle and hitting Deal.
Return to Player or RTP is nice and high here, at 99.47%.
Texas Hold’em Pro is a good-looking game, and one that’s easy to get the hang of. That makes it a good choice before you try your hand at more complicated poker versions. Give it a go in demo mode.