Texas Holdem Poker On Social Networking Sites

As online casinos become more and more popular over the Internet, it is not surprising to find every casino games everywhere, especially for poker and texas holdem. Aside from online casinos, there are also some online gaming platforms that offers the online versions of these ever-favorite card games. One example of this is the online texas holdem offered by Garena, which aimed to connect gamers around the world and play games that can be played on a multiplayer basis through local area network (LAN games) only.



Aside from gaming platforms, online texas holdem has found its way through the heart of the biggest social networking sites, such as MySpace and Facebook. This online texas holdem game is powered by Zynga. Although Zynga once had received some bad reputation in copying other online games, Zynga Poker still remains a favorite online card game that connects many members of these social networking platforms.

About Zynga Poker, a.k.a Texas Hold'Em Poker

Zynga Poker is one of the most famous online poker gaming on the web. But even though it's nature is online gambling, their players are only limited to playing the game without involving real money. Virtual chips are applied in this game, and as a player, you can accumulate more poker chips through winning in these games. Of course, if you run out of this virtual funds, there are a number of ways on how to get more. You can ask your friends to give you some chips. And you can also buy them from some trusted sites that sell legitimate chips – it often costs $5 for $75, 000 in chips and $50 for $5 million worth. This is the scenario where real money is involved, though it is well noted that while players spend real money to but virtual chips, they can never cash them out. Other ways of getting more poker chips is by accepting some sort of offer from a marketer, such as the gamblers should install some applications in their computers from TripAdvisor, or sign up for Netflix. Through this, Zynga is paid with an undisclosed amount whenever one of its customers accepts an offer.

Even though Zynga Poker is a total diversion from other online texas holdem games in true gambling websites, in which it does not enable players to convert their virtual poker chips into real money and withdraw funds, this game exists for entertainment and socialization, much like how you try to get along with your opponents in a typical online casino poker game. Aside from entertainment and socialization, Zynga Poker can also act as a practice area if you want to improve your skills in playing the game and if you have some limitations or restrictions in the access of online casinos. After all, if you have your account in these social networking sites, you can just access it and then play your Zynga Poker.

Much like online texas holdem poker games in casino websites, Zynga Poker also displays features that enables the players to play against each other in real-time. This means that you are playing against other real people who are also sitting in front of their computers. The game is also balanced in terms of speed. Each round plays smoothly, not too rushed nor too slow. Players can also join in tournaments and clash out their mastered texas holdem abilities against other experienced players.

Foundations of Zynga Poker

Mark Pincus founded Zynga games provider, named after a pet bulldog, in July 2007 along with Michael Luxton, Eric Schiermeyer, Justin Waldron, Andrew Trader, and Steve Schoettler, when Pincus learned that Facebook would soon open its site to software developers and game makers. They quickly work on a Facebook card game and eventually, it became known as Texas Hold'Em Poker.

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