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PokerTH

PokerTH
A session of PokerTH 1.0 in progress.
Stable release 1.1.1 / 10 January 2014 (2014-01-10)
Written in C++
Operating system Windows, Mac OS X, GNU/Linux, Maemo, Android (beta)
Available in Multilingual (26 languages)
License GNU General Public License
Website http://www.pokerth.net

PokerTH is an open source Texas hold 'em simulator that runs on Unix-like operating systems such as Linux, BSDs, OS X, Android and also on Microsoft Windows. The game is faithful to the Texas Hold 'em rules and betting system. PokerTH allows for up to ten human players, with computer-controlled players filling in if there are not enough humans. Players can also play against other PokerTH users online.[1] The latest stable version, 1.1.1, was released on 10 January 2014.[2]

The game has ample settings so that players can configure and customize play.[3]

Contents

  • History 1
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

History

The PokerTH project was started in 2006 by Felix Hammer and Florian Thauer. Version 0.1 was not released to the public; it only allowed play up to the flop as well as the river. Version 0.2 was released on 4 October of that year, followed by 0.3 on 16 October. By version 0.2, the game could play a complete round. Version 0.4 was released on 4 April 2007 and included a completely new interface, an options dialog and reprogrammed opponents. In June 2007, Version 0.5 added network and online play, as well as sound effects. Internationalization started with version 0.5 and is now up to 20 languages. Version 0.6 was released on 13 December 2007. The most prominent change was the addition of a dedicated game server for online play, as well as IPv6 support. Version 0.7 was released on 3 May 2009, adding support for up to ten players and a new skinnable interface. Version 0.8 was released on 9 September 2010, adding the option to play online ranking games.

Version 0.9 was released on January 4, 2012 after a year of development and a busy beta phase. This version introduces one of the most frequently requested feature "possibility to rejoin internet games" after disconnection e.g. trouble with player's internet connection. Players do not have to worry about a drop in rank anymore. Furthermore there are around 15 other new features and a lot of bugfixes.

As of version 0.9.5, PokerTH now includes preliminary support for Android devices.[4]

As of version 1.0, - Online log file analysis tool - Sound support and higher screen resolutions for Android devices - Support for Windows 8 (desktop mode) - License change: OpenSSL exception (for Windows 8 support, because gcrypt currently crashes on Windows 8) - Server re-factoring using google protocol buffers which basically enables use of html5 clients - translation updates - several bug fixes

PokerTH
Review scores
Publication Score
Softonic 8/10 stars[3]

See also

References

  1. ^ Barr, Joe (26 October 2007). "Going all in with PokerTH".  
  2. ^ "Changelog". PokerTH.net. Retrieved 2014-02-13. 
  3. ^ a b Elena Santos. "Free poker game (Texas Hold'em)". Softonic International. Retrieved 9 September 2010. 
  4. ^ "PokerTH 0.9.5 - Android™ release". PokerTH.net. Retrieved 2012-09-10. 

External links

  • Pokerth.net The home of PokerTH software and forums, the makers of the software.
  • PokerHeroes.com, The official ranking website of PokerTH

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