Texas Hold’em Fold Up
January 14, 2009
Texas Hold’em Fold Up puts a new twist on the popular poker
game where players don’t have to wait for the flop in order to get more
information about their hand. With Texas Hold’em Fold Up, every time someone
folds, they fold face up for all players to see. Players still in the hand get
a huge amount of new information to help them make decisions – including if
they should raise, bluff or fold.
Other features of playing Texas Hold’em Fold Up include an increased number of hands played per hour, which directly correlates to increased revenue, and continuously changing odds. If players bluff and win the hand, they can still turn in their two hold cards, face down, to the dealer.
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