HoldingNuts is a multi-platform poker client and server. You can play the popular Texas Hold'em variant with people all over the world, meet your friends, run your own games, and even set up your own poker network.
|Tags||Games Poker Texas Hold'em Network Internet multiplayer Games - Linux Games - Windows Games/Entertainment|
|Operating Systems||Linux Windows|
|Implementation||C C++ Qt4|
|Translations||German Dutch English Romanian Japanese Russian Italian|
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release that fixes several minor glitches. The display of the pot is now updated after each bet (detailed information about main pot/side pots as tooltip text). An issue where players were able to muck cards in some situations (allin) has been fixed. Russian and Italian translations have been added.
Release Notes: Although this is mainly a bugfix release, it also includes several minor improvements. Support for floating point amounts (cent-amounts), which caused much trouble, was removed. The rule for determining the correct order of players to remove when two or more players go broke in the same hand was implemented. There's now a command line option for specifying an alternative configuration directory, which allows running multiple instances of a client/server with independent configuration and log files. Furthermore, all messages to the table are now localized.
Release Notes: This release adds a centralized table view (rotating the table so that the player is always in a central position), localized table messages, an "It's your turn" reminder with text and sound, private (password protected) games, and correct distribution of split-pot odd-chips.
Release Notes: This is the first release. It includes a variety of features, such as a lobby/foyer where players can meet and chat, browse the gamelist, join, and create own games. The table view has an appealing user interface and includes a chat as well.