Upon landing on Texas Hold'em Poker Deluxe, you'll be smothered with free chips and a pretty hostess with, you know, dual personality and wearing a strapless dress. That should be enough to lure you into a correct and polite poker game, with correct and polite graphics. Gameplay may be too slow for advanced players, but it's OK for beginners and more casual players. User Interface, at least in the lobby and general menu should be improved a little, because there are some options that a novice wouldn't be able to tell from another, though it's nothing you can't quickly get the hang of it.
In the making of this review, no lags or strange kick offs were detected, and game is sponsored by Pokerist dot com, which is fine. Tables don't seem to be as crowded as other more popular games and people aren't much prone to put pics to their avatars, but it's a pleasant game anyway. In my opinion, I'd rather recommend it better for newcomers to Poker instead of more social players (there's Facebook integration, though not as heavy as Zynga's) or players who already have a great deal in online poker.
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by Peter , Appszoom
Mar 25, 2014