How much can I win?
The prize pool in HexaPro Poker is decided using a lottery at the beginning of each game - you can end up playing for anything between 1.5 and 1000 times your buy-in. Available buy-in multipliers are 1.5x, 3x, 5x, 10x, 25x, 100x and 1000x. If the multiplier is 10x or lower, the entire prize pool goes to the winner. If the multiplier is 25x or higher, 80% of the prize pool goes to the player in first place, 12% to second place and 8% to third place.
How much does it cost to play?
You can place your bet as low as €1 or as high as €100. Available buy-ins are: €1, €2, €5, €10, €25, €50 and €100.
How to play the game?
HexaPro is a standard Texas Hold'em game.
Both you and your two opponents receive two "hole cards" and 500 chips each.
Everyone is then given the chance to bet or fold (give up the hand).
Three cards are then dealt on the table, followed by another round of betting.
A fourth card (turn) is added, followed by another round of betting
The fifth and final card (river) is added and this is your last chance to increase your bet.
The winner is determined by finding the best possible five-card hand. You can use any of the five cards on the table, in addition to your two "hole cards".
Who am I playing against?
In HexaPro Poker you compete with two other real players in every game! Many players find that their speed and skill gives them an advantage when not playing against the house.
How do I start a game?
Starting a HexaPro game is very easy. Simply launch the HexaPro game from this page, enter your table nickname, select a buy-in and press the Play button.
What is a good hand in HexaPro?
Here you will find a guide to the hands you can play in poker, ranked from best to worst.
Nothing beats a royal flush. This is the best hand in poker and it is very rare. It contains all the cards from 10 to Ace in the same suit.
The second best hand is similar to a royal flush. It contains five cards in a row of the same suit, but the cards are of lower value.
Four of a kind
As the name suggests, this hand consists of four of the same card. The hand can be completed with the highest card on the table or in your hand.
A combination of three of a kind and one pair. The player with the full house hand that has the highest value for three of a kind wins over other players who also have a full house.
These are five cards that are all the same suit. They do not need to in any particular order. If two players have a flush, the player with the highest card in their flush wins.
A series consisting of five cards in a row that follow each other but are not of the same suit. Aces can either follow a king or be used at the beginning of a straight, followed by a two.
This hand contains three cards of the same value, for example three aces. The hand is completed with the three highest cards available
Two sets consisting of two cards of the same value, for example two kings and two queens. The last card to complete the hand is the highest card available.
Two cards of the same value, for example two aces. The hand is completed with the two highest cards available.
You may play a hand with the highest card in your hand if you do not have any of the above hands. However, it may be wiser to throw your hand.
How long does a game last?
HexaPro is a fast game and it usually takes around 5 minutes for the winner to be chosen. If all three players go all-in with the first hand, it only takes a few seconds. The game rarely takes more than 15 minutes. The length of the game depends on the multiplier/prize pool - the higher the multiplier, the longer the game takes.
What happens if I lose my Internet connection during a game?
When playing against other players, we cannot stop the game if you lose your Internet connection, but we have measures in place to cover you in most situations. If you are disconnected, we automatically extend the time you have to take action by 20 seconds. This gives you a good chance to reconnect and get back in the game before your hand is folded.