Review of Pure Hold’em
Pure Hold’em is the first poker game that made its way on to the PS4 and it is probably never the last; however, based on the pure fun experience and sheer realism playing, it will take some beating to make a better poker simulation than this.
This game is released by VooFoo studios which have carried on the tradition of making the pub games we all love so much into most realistic and interesting simulations which also allows you to play at the comfort of your home.
Pure Pool and Pure Chess were the first ones to get popular in terms of realism, but Pure Hold’em is about as close to playing the real thing as you’re going to get without actually shuffling and bluffing in the flesh.
Pure Hold’em for PS4 doesn’t assume that all those who buy a copy of the game already know how to play Texas Hold’em. The tutorials are set out and very easy to follow, with all the rules and regulations of how to play the cards and the chip’s structures in a clear and precise way.
You can also revisit this information whenever you like in the “Extras” tab, where you can also see the basic overview of the different segments of a game, including the turn, the flop, and the showdown. For those who find it difficult with the language, there is also a glossary of all the words.
So, you are not completely lost when someone decides to fold in the pre-flop before going all-in after the river is dealt before the showdown or something similar to that.
What are the add-ons in the game?
Pure Hold’em is gambling for Xbox one and if you want to make the game more personal, you can.
There is a lot of things that you can change; want to play your games on a red, felted table which is garnished with a flowery pattern, or would you like a different pattern on your deck? Go ahead! You also have the choice to customize chipsets, cloth colors, patterns, and card decks.
The review of Pure Hold’em can be concluded as a well-designed poker simulation game that can’t be faulted in terms of design and practicality. It will make you feel like you are there at the table, under the smoky dimness of a fancy-lit room, gambling for chips with your favorite drink in your hand.