Play Texas Holdem poker against 1-9 computer players, with skill levels you set for tightness of play, betting aggressiveness, math ability, bluffing, and so on. Set their stay-or-fold standards, too, for each betting round. Set betting limits and other table rules to match the live games where you play. Simulate Vegas-style casino games or California card-room games. Five different report screens tell you how well you are playing your hole cards, the 5th, 6th, and 7th cards, and the game in general. Rig the game so that you are dealt the same kinds of hole cards or face-up cards in order to practice particular hands. Rig any of the other players' cards to practice against particular hands your opponents hold. Set up the computer players with different stay-or-fold standards, rig the game, and then use high-speed AutoDeal to deal out thousands of hands automatically in order to see which hands and standards win or lose in the long run. Previous (DOS) versions of this game have been used by serious Vegas and California card-room players for over ten years to sharpen their poker skills.