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Pro Wager Systems’ multiplayer poker software is available in HTML5 and also as a downloadable software version. Their take on the world’s most famous card game includes selectable backgrounds and animated 3D avatars that inject some character and personality into the game. Players can select from Texas Hold ‘Em, Omaha, Omaha/8 and Razz as well as selecting single and multi-table tournaments. For the benefit of operators, PWS’ poker lobby is fully customisable. This allows casinos to stamp their imprint on the game from the moment it loads.

When you’re animating the whole thing, who’s to say poker has to be set in a stuffy casino? There are no limits to the potential settings, and PWS have pushed the boat out with their avatar poker tables. The Canadian company have fixed it so that players can experience poker in a prison, alley, picnic, loft and ballroom. There’s even the ability to customise the table graphics. Although Pro Wager Systems are fond of their avatar-based poker tables, they also have a photo mode, allowing players to upload an image for added realism.

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Texas Holdem Poker

Learn how to play Texas Holdém Poker, the most popular of all poker variations. Texas Hold 'em is probably the best known and most popular form of poker today.

Omaha Poker

The one glaring difference between Omaha poker and Texas hold'em is that players receive four hole cards in Omaha rather than two. In order to produce a winning hand, a player must you use two cards from his hand, but can only use two cards. Like...

Seven Card Stud

Before the start of the Texas hold'em poker boom a couple of years ago, seven-card stud was one of the most popular poker variations in the United States.