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GI Poker

Description: video poker simulations bar machines
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Size: 451kb
Version: 1.0
Date: 27 May 24
Author: Giovanni Iacobelli
Submitter: Giovanni Iacobelli
Email: info/iacosoft com
Requirements: i386-aros
Category: game/card
License: Freeware
Distribute: yes
FileID: 2868
Comments: 0
Snapshots: 1
Videos: 1
Downloads: 35  (Current version)
36  (Accumulated)
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In the 70s and 80s video poker machines were very popular where
the player does not play against a human opponent but rather 
plays against the computer.
The player places the bet and the computer randomly generates 
the cards that are displayed on the screen.
Subsequently the player can change a number of cards of his 
choice in order to get a better point.
The player wins if he manages to get one of the following scores:
Royal Flush, Straight Flush, Four of a Kind, Flush, Full House, 
Straight, Three of a Kind, Two Pair or Pair.
Otherwise it loses.
Of course in this version you don't win or lose: it's just a 
simulation of the game.

To launch it, just double click on its icon.
The game was written in C ++ and requires no installation.
The game, once launched, will open a window.
To start playing you will need to press the [START] button.

The Game is FREEWARE.
So it can be freely distributed for free.
It may be freely distributed on the net or in collections of P.D.
and Shareware on CD-Rom.
Please distribute the program together with all other files included
in the package.

The author assumes no responsibility for the damage that the program
or its use could cause:
Furthermore, the author does not guarantee the perfect functioning of
the program.

Anyone who wants to get in touch with the author can do so at the
email address mentioned at the head of this documentation.
We welcome reports of program anomalies or malfunctions, comments,
suggestions, etc.
Please specify the OS version.

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