PokerTH 1.0 Final

PokerTH is an open source Texas Hold'em poker game with which you can play poker against the computer, on LAN or via the Internet – that is, if your router is properly configured. 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.

Play Online Poker (in the Texas Hold'em modalitty) as easy as never before:

  • Internet Game - Play online games easy on the PokerTH-dedicated-Server
  • Lobby-Chat for internet-/network game
  • Avatars are also available in internet-/network game
  • Computer-Players can be added in internet-/network game
  • New input field including action preselection
  • Auto-check/fold and Auto-check/call-any options for temporary away situations.
  • Blinds values and blinds order completely adjustable
  • Server supports TCP and next generation protocol SCTP/IPv6 at the same time

What's new in this version:

  • Online log file analysis tool
  • Support for higher Android screen resolutions
  • Sound support for Android
  • Support for Windows 8 (desktop mode)
  • License change: OpenSSL exception (for Windows 8 support, because gcrypt currently crashes on Windows 8)
  • Server refactoring using google protocol buffers which basically enables use of html5 clients
  • Emoticons for the chat
  • Online game name in window title
  • New card deck version which supports changes of the action label position
  • Extra column in lobby game list for timeouts
  • Updated country flags
  • Enable activating the "accidentally call after big raise" blocker by default
  • Chatbot whitelist for poker expressions
  • new startwindow gfx for 1.0 final (thx to danuxi)
  • translation updates
  • several bugfixes

Download: PokerTH 1.0 | 23.2 MB (Open Source)
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