I built an integrated video+poker web-app to allow for hosting of home games while we're socially distancing. It currently support cash-game (not real money) modes of no-limit Texas hold-em. Check out the links below to watch a video or play yourself!
I started this in early April after adding WebRTC into an iPad board game I had built. I jump-started the project by borrowing plenty of the Twilio/React sample project. I then worked on building a table layout, writing the game flow engine (betting/folding/raising). Once the engine was more or less working, I pushed the engine evaluation to firebase functions (to be able to secure player cards and prevent cheating). I then integrated the video into the table layout so you could play and talk/see each other at the same time.
The stack used is roughly: React, Firebase (storage, hosting, functions), Twilio (video), Stripe (payments), Sentry (error tracking).
I opened this game up to the public a week ago. Currently sitting at about 3000 players. It's currently free, but Twilio video costs are shockingly high that I will be adding in a paywall soon.