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PHP Texas Holdem Poker - Programming Contest
February 01, 2006 @ 07:43:47

PHP-Editors.com is sponsoring another programming contest for anyone to enter - the creation of a Texas Holdem Poker playing script.

Basically you should create a game script using PHP as the server-side language. Texas Holdem rules should apply (see below for information on finding the rules of game play). Your script must allow user interaction to complete the game as per the rules; it should include shuffling the deck, dealing of cards, bets, and calculate the winning hand.

You can make it multiplayer or single player (i.e. one human player and the computer as player two). The betting rules are not strict; you can choose pot limit, no limit or any other common betting rules.

You're allowed to use PHP and DOM/Javascript to create it, and it must run in both IE and Firefox. Your entry must be submitted by March 1st, 2006 at 23:59 (GMT) to contest@php-editors.com. For complete details and all of the requirements, check out their page. The prize this time is a free copy of the NuSphere PHP Edit...

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