Offline Poker - Texas Holdem

Offline Poker - Texas Holdem

The Othernet, LLC

No-Wait No-Limit Poker

4.0 Ratings 23K+ Reviews

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  • The A.I. made me want to fold. May 2, 2018

    By SuperSayin'
    I REALLY like the interface. Easy to use and I like flick up to fold/ tap to call. It can be played with one hand. So that’s a star. Also the sound is good. Nothing flashy, or jarring. Just sounds of chips and cards. Another star for that. Other than that the only positive thing I can say is it will be good practice for people wanting to learn how to deal with donk betting online. The problem is the A.I. It is a little aggressive, which can be good. It doesn’t like to fold post flop, even with weak holdings. Although it regularly makes hero folds preflop against the smallest bid. It doesn’t really seem to respond to bet sizes. It also seems to be favored. That could just be bad luck. But I played a lot. At first I thought the AI’s choices were based on equity, but that didn’t seem to hold up. It may sound like it might be a challenge, but it’s really not. It can be easily beat EVERY game if you land a couple of good hands and it has anything at all, or if have the patience and are willing to grind it out. But even when I did gamble with it and it went my way, it wasn’t really that satisfying. It was predictable and either frustrating or boring. Little in between. Although I can see how some people would like this one, so don’t take my opinion on it. It could be good practice for someone starting out and having trouble playing others online. Cheers and stuff. 🤪
  • I’ve been looking for this app for a long time! May 22, 2021

    By Jake13578
    First, I’ll say I love this app. I’ve been looking for an offline poker app just like this for awhile, and now I’ve found it. Great IU/UX experience, but I do have one suggestion for UX improvement. I like to play this game one handed, as I’m sure most people do. With the current raise layout, you are forced to move the raise slider almost to the very top of the screen to go all in, which on an iPhone 12 Pro Max is impossible to do with my thumb. I would like to see a speed based movement distance (similar to how an apple trackpad works) implemented, so the slower you swipe up, the higher raise precision and the faster you swipe up, the lower the raise precision. This way you can dial in exactly the raise you want by moving slowly and go all in with a quick swipe up.
  • Nice Implementation, But... Jun 30, 2020

    By fcbjr
    I really like this game, and it is definitely a winner. Great flow, realistic play for the most part, and loads of fun. Also a pretty good beginners teaching tool. Couple of issues. After playing hundreds of games (and playing very aggressively early on), I noticed some patterns developed. Certain levels of bets (for instance, after the flop, 160k from an opponent in the 1m game) were most often--if not always--bluffs, and my raising a like amount would usually cause a fold. (If the bet was 170 or higher, my opponent would call and usually have good cards). This was very consistent. More "troubling" has been that every hand seems to get a raise bet of 8 to the power of the table stakes minus 2 (in 1,000,000 game, pre flop single raises are *always* 80,000 and usually called by at least one player unless I make the initial raise where after opponents often all fold. I'm guessing you have a little AI engine that learns from my/the user's play. But my game now seems stuck. Doesn't change the fun play, but makes the game predictable. It seems the game is stuck in my early aggressive play (loads of bluffs and aggressive bets!). Small not, but noticeble to a true amatuer! Also in-purchase chips structure is reasonable and non-intrusive. I've had to buy chips only three times and feel it totally worth it. I win about once every six times, which keeps me in the money most of the time! I highly recommend Poker. Really great fun!
  • Decent Aug 10, 2019

    By stephers619
    I think this is a good app for newish poker players like myself who are trying to learn how to bet better. There is a lot of realism (considering you’re playing a computer) in that one day I’ll have a great game(s) and the next I’ll be out quicker than I can blink. What I really hate is that I can’t pause a game and come back to it later. The other night I was in a higher stakes game and it lasted over 3 hours and because of how many chips were on the line I didn’t want to just quit. But I basically can’t open another app while playing because 90% of the time it automatically kicks me out. frustrating when you want a break or just to respond to a text message. My other complaint is how difficult it is to get chips. There are never ads to watch available for chips and 99% of the surveys aren’t available. I’m just not gonna pay for chips I can get for free. There are other apps I can play for free also. Anyway, it’s been nice having this app to practice on. I’ve improved my skill I think.
  • Many Bugs on iPad Nov 28, 2020

    By Mezzo-Forte
    While the game (when actually working) is quite fun there are just too many iPad bugs to consistently enjoy it. Intermittent Exit Function Attempting to exit from session (game) with upper-right “X” will re-deal on some occasions. The game simply continues and only way out is iPad reset. When reset you lose all winnings and ability to double winnings. Reply Hand Showing Cards Dealers 2nd Hole card is offset. As the dealer progresses from left to right the 2nd hole card eventually moves off-screen making it impossible to see last players hand. Replay Hand Totals are miscalculated in your session holdings if re-playing many hands. The calculation will diminish your actual holdings or could ‘add to’ them as well. Emailed developer a few times w/these details. Other than those issues the UI is excellent, w/no silly graphics or overdone animations. Game play is as fast (or slow) as you want. There are times one may feel it is unfair due to the AI having many pocket pairs but that’s just the randomness of poker which teaches patience and sticking to your strategy. Playing upper tournament levels is a good (and fun) learning experience. As you progress through the ranks you will quickly notice many of the top app. players having the AI algorithms figured out. Fix the bugs on iPad and it’s 5-Star game
  • Dear Developer, you ruined the game. May 10, 2020

    By ChinaCatSunflower12
    I loved this game for the past 3 weeks or so. I built up +50,000,000 chips playing over that time frame. Post most-recent update, every single hand results in a heads-up of you vs just one other hyper-aggressive bot because one bot HAS to pre-flop bet a dumb amount EVERY SINGLE HAND making all of the other bots fold. If you fold pre-flop, 99.9% of the hands DON’T EVEN MAKE IT TO THE FLOP. The only way to win is to play heads up every single hand. What fun. It genuinely became a rarity to have more than 2 players (you and a bot) make it to the turn, let alone the RIVER. Why would you make it so you end up playing heads up the entire time with 6 people at a table? Makes zero sense; sucked all the fun right out of the game. If you can fix that, you basically have the greatest, smoothest, and simplest hold em app ever. Fingers are crossed you read this and make a simple change so not every hand results in a heads up against a bot betting way out of pocket.
  • Great after a few weeks of consistent play Jan 29, 2020

    By Starbe11ysneech
    Please read the others’ comments for all the positives - this app is definitely a step above other poker apps. And great that it was built to be played offline. My initial complaint was that it was too easy, and that you could predictably steal small pots from the bots (check/re-raise on the button over and over). But that seems to happen only at the lower levels... you have to get more creative and thoughtful to win at the 10k plus level. Some of the complaints others have had are pretty ridiculous. “This game is rigged.” No, you’re not good at poker. “There are donk players mixed in with good players.” Have you played poker before?!? “The AI never bluffs”. I’ve caught bluffs multiple times. Only time I haven’t seen it bluff is on the river if it’s on the button.... a bet there seems to be the nuts every time. If there’s one complaint, it is this: you can win consistently, but it truly takes a grind each time. There’s no like heads up all-in AK vs. 10s pre-flop like you might see in any low level tourney with humans involved, so it just takes a long time and that can sort of be annoying. But overall, it’s good practice - you’re seeing lots of hands against a variety of player types. Thanks for a great app!
  • Great app to practice on. May 28, 2022

    By U wouldn't know me if I told u
    I love this app! I have a lot of down time at work which I use to practice poker, but I’m frequently interrupted so online games (Zynga, WSOP etc) don’t really work for me. This app is completely offline so I don’t have to worry when I put my phone down. Great for practicing GTO, when you’ve finished reading up and want to take your knowledge to a table. For the people complaining it’s rigged they just don’t understand variance or their odds, I’ve won hands going runner runner to bail me out after my bluff is called, or rivering an ace to complete my straight. If you play good poker you will not have to buy more chips. Awesome app and I hope the developer continues to support this app, you’ve done a great job.
  • No bells or whistles but fun to play Jul 14, 2017

    By ClydeDoingReviews2000
    This app has helped a lot while I'm still learning and improving my poker skills. There aren't many options or settings but, as a beginner, that has reduced the distractions that I've found in other games from the App Store. The opponents make logical decisions; the gameplay is consistent and challenging. I should also point out that the cards seem to be dealt randomly (some developers reduce the quality of cards received in order to overcome limitations of the AI opponents). The only thing I would like to see would be feedback in the Grandma's House version explaining why the recommendation is to check, raise, or fold. Maybe the advice text could be clicked and a bubble containing the reasoning would be popped up? In any case, I really enjoy the gameplay and look forward to future updates and improvements.
  • Great! But... May 19, 2020

    By Satisfied casual user
    I love this game. Its offline compatibility made it the only app I had for a period of time while I was between phones and was limited on wifi. Recently though, they added a replay feature. Now I’m all for new features but I wish that either A. I could toggle it off in the settings or B. The button to replay was elsewhere. As it stands, instead of all of the controls being in pretty much the same square I’m used to tapping on, instead of starting the next match that square replays my past match, which is obnoxious when it is unintentionally pressed as a reflex. So ya thats just a small ui preference really. The games is great :3
  • The A.I. made me want to fold. May 2, 2018

    By SuperSayin'
    I REALLY like the interface. Easy to use and I like flick up to fold/ tap to call. It can be played with one hand. So that’s a star. Also the sound is good. Nothing flashy, or jarring. Just sounds of chips and cards. Another star for that. Other than that the only positive thing I can say is it will be good practice for people wanting to learn how to deal with donk betting online. The problem is the A.I. It is a little aggressive, which can be good. It doesn’t like to fold post flop, even with weak holdings. Although it regularly makes hero folds preflop against the smallest bid. It doesn’t really seem to respond to bet sizes. It also seems to be favored. That could just be bad luck. But I played a lot. At first I thought the AI’s choices were based on equity, but that didn’t seem to hold up. It may sound like it might be a challenge, but it’s really not. It can be easily beat EVERY game if you land a couple of good hands and it has anything at all, or if have the patience and are willing to grind it out. But even when I did gamble with it and it went my way, it wasn’t really that satisfying. It was predictable and either frustrating or boring. Little in between. Although I can see how some people would like this one, so don’t take my opinion on it. It could be good practice for someone starting out and having trouble playing others online. Cheers and stuff. 🤪
  • I’ve been looking for this app for a long time! May 22, 2021

    By Jake13578
    First, I’ll say I love this app. I’ve been looking for an offline poker app just like this for awhile, and now I’ve found it. Great IU/UX experience, but I do have one suggestion for UX improvement. I like to play this game one handed, as I’m sure most people do. With the current raise layout, you are forced to move the raise slider almost to the very top of the screen to go all in, which on an iPhone 12 Pro Max is impossible to do with my thumb. I would like to see a speed based movement distance (similar to how an apple trackpad works) implemented, so the slower you swipe up, the higher raise precision and the faster you swipe up, the lower the raise precision. This way you can dial in exactly the raise you want by moving slowly and go all in with a quick swipe up.
  • Nice Implementation, But... Jun 30, 2020

    By fcbjr
    I really like this game, and it is definitely a winner. Great flow, realistic play for the most part, and loads of fun. Also a pretty good beginners teaching tool. Couple of issues. After playing hundreds of games (and playing very aggressively early on), I noticed some patterns developed. Certain levels of bets (for instance, after the flop, 160k from an opponent in the 1m game) were most often--if not always--bluffs, and my raising a like amount would usually cause a fold. (If the bet was 170 or higher, my opponent would call and usually have good cards). This was very consistent. More "troubling" has been that every hand seems to get a raise bet of 8 to the power of the table stakes minus 2 (in 1,000,000 game, pre flop single raises are *always* 80,000 and usually called by at least one player unless I make the initial raise where after opponents often all fold. I'm guessing you have a little AI engine that learns from my/the user's play. But my game now seems stuck. Doesn't change the fun play, but makes the game predictable. It seems the game is stuck in my early aggressive play (loads of bluffs and aggressive bets!). Small not, but noticeble to a true amatuer! Also in-purchase chips structure is reasonable and non-intrusive. I've had to buy chips only three times and feel it totally worth it. I win about once every six times, which keeps me in the money most of the time! I highly recommend Poker. Really great fun!
  • Decent Aug 10, 2019

    By stephers619
    I think this is a good app for newish poker players like myself who are trying to learn how to bet better. There is a lot of realism (considering you’re playing a computer) in that one day I’ll have a great game(s) and the next I’ll be out quicker than I can blink. What I really hate is that I can’t pause a game and come back to it later. The other night I was in a higher stakes game and it lasted over 3 hours and because of how many chips were on the line I didn’t want to just quit. But I basically can’t open another app while playing because 90% of the time it automatically kicks me out. frustrating when you want a break or just to respond to a text message. My other complaint is how difficult it is to get chips. There are never ads to watch available for chips and 99% of the surveys aren’t available. I’m just not gonna pay for chips I can get for free. There are other apps I can play for free also. Anyway, it’s been nice having this app to practice on. I’ve improved my skill I think.
  • Many Bugs on iPad Nov 28, 2020

    By Mezzo-Forte
    While the game (when actually working) is quite fun there are just too many iPad bugs to consistently enjoy it. Intermittent Exit Function Attempting to exit from session (game) with upper-right “X” will re-deal on some occasions. The game simply continues and only way out is iPad reset. When reset you lose all winnings and ability to double winnings. Reply Hand Showing Cards Dealers 2nd Hole card is offset. As the dealer progresses from left to right the 2nd hole card eventually moves off-screen making it impossible to see last players hand. Replay Hand Totals are miscalculated in your session holdings if re-playing many hands. The calculation will diminish your actual holdings or could ‘add to’ them as well. Emailed developer a few times w/these details. Other than those issues the UI is excellent, w/no silly graphics or overdone animations. Game play is as fast (or slow) as you want. There are times one may feel it is unfair due to the AI having many pocket pairs but that’s just the randomness of poker which teaches patience and sticking to your strategy. Playing upper tournament levels is a good (and fun) learning experience. As you progress through the ranks you will quickly notice many of the top app. players having the AI algorithms figured out. Fix the bugs on iPad and it’s 5-Star game
  • Dear Developer, you ruined the game. May 10, 2020

    By ChinaCatSunflower12
    I loved this game for the past 3 weeks or so. I built up +50,000,000 chips playing over that time frame. Post most-recent update, every single hand results in a heads-up of you vs just one other hyper-aggressive bot because one bot HAS to pre-flop bet a dumb amount EVERY SINGLE HAND making all of the other bots fold. If you fold pre-flop, 99.9% of the hands DON’T EVEN MAKE IT TO THE FLOP. The only way to win is to play heads up every single hand. What fun. It genuinely became a rarity to have more than 2 players (you and a bot) make it to the turn, let alone the RIVER. Why would you make it so you end up playing heads up the entire time with 6 people at a table? Makes zero sense; sucked all the fun right out of the game. If you can fix that, you basically have the greatest, smoothest, and simplest hold em app ever. Fingers are crossed you read this and make a simple change so not every hand results in a heads up against a bot betting way out of pocket.
  • Great after a few weeks of consistent play Jan 29, 2020

    By Starbe11ysneech
    Please read the others’ comments for all the positives - this app is definitely a step above other poker apps. And great that it was built to be played offline. My initial complaint was that it was too easy, and that you could predictably steal small pots from the bots (check/re-raise on the button over and over). But that seems to happen only at the lower levels... you have to get more creative and thoughtful to win at the 10k plus level. Some of the complaints others have had are pretty ridiculous. “This game is rigged.” No, you’re not good at poker. “There are donk players mixed in with good players.” Have you played poker before?!? “The AI never bluffs”. I’ve caught bluffs multiple times. Only time I haven’t seen it bluff is on the river if it’s on the button.... a bet there seems to be the nuts every time. If there’s one complaint, it is this: you can win consistently, but it truly takes a grind each time. There’s no like heads up all-in AK vs. 10s pre-flop like you might see in any low level tourney with humans involved, so it just takes a long time and that can sort of be annoying. But overall, it’s good practice - you’re seeing lots of hands against a variety of player types. Thanks for a great app!
  • Great app to practice on. May 28, 2022

    By U wouldn't know me if I told u
    I love this app! I have a lot of down time at work which I use to practice poker, but I’m frequently interrupted so online games (Zynga, WSOP etc) don’t really work for me. This app is completely offline so I don’t have to worry when I put my phone down. Great for practicing GTO, when you’ve finished reading up and want to take your knowledge to a table. For the people complaining it’s rigged they just don’t understand variance or their odds, I’ve won hands going runner runner to bail me out after my bluff is called, or rivering an ace to complete my straight. If you play good poker you will not have to buy more chips. Awesome app and I hope the developer continues to support this app, you’ve done a great job.
  • No bells or whistles but fun to play Jul 14, 2017

    By ClydeDoingReviews2000
    This app has helped a lot while I'm still learning and improving my poker skills. There aren't many options or settings but, as a beginner, that has reduced the distractions that I've found in other games from the App Store. The opponents make logical decisions; the gameplay is consistent and challenging. I should also point out that the cards seem to be dealt randomly (some developers reduce the quality of cards received in order to overcome limitations of the AI opponents). The only thing I would like to see would be feedback in the Grandma's House version explaining why the recommendation is to check, raise, or fold. Maybe the advice text could be clicked and a bubble containing the reasoning would be popped up? In any case, I really enjoy the gameplay and look forward to future updates and improvements.
  • Great! But... May 19, 2020

    By Satisfied casual user
    I love this game. Its offline compatibility made it the only app I had for a period of time while I was between phones and was limited on wifi. Recently though, they added a replay feature. Now I’m all for new features but I wish that either A. I could toggle it off in the settings or B. The button to replay was elsewhere. As it stands, instead of all of the controls being in pretty much the same square I’m used to tapping on, instead of starting the next match that square replays my past match, which is obnoxious when it is unintentionally pressed as a reflex. So ya thats just a small ui preference really. The games is great :3
  • Rigged & Unrealistic Jun 21, 2022

    By Chupacabra, El
    Online poker is designed to create big hands and ultimately make you fail. This App is no different. As other users have pointed out, there are algorithms you can learn to recognize with this App (e.g., the computer will always raise or call pre-flop if it has a face card or pocket pair). You can use this to your advantage if you’re willing to grind it out and fold (or raise) even when you shouldn’t. The bigger problem, which makes the App both unrealistic and not fun in the end, is that the computer routinely has a better hand when you’re sitting on a very good hand. I’ve literally lost count of the number of times I had an excellent starting hand and lost to AA or KK. I’ve also lost count of the number of times the computer has made a god awful call, with the only chance of winning being to get a garbage on the river, and it routinely works out for the computer. Bottom line, as others have mentioned, it’s not random or realistic. If that’s what you’re looking for, try a different App or stick to real life play. If you’re fine with an App that’s designed to create action and bad beats, you’ll find that here. Overall, I would highly recommend against this App. If you want poker entertainment, go watch highlights of Hevad Kahn. # Bullllldozerrrrrrrr
  • Somthing fishy going in with this game Jul 1, 2019

    By dieseldon85
    Im not saying 100% this game is rigged but I have never played real live casino poker like this game does. Winning hands sometimes make no sense at all. Seems the only way to get a good hand is if you fold a few times in a row then bam you will win a couple then followed by loosing several more times unless you start just folding every hand again. Also, the developers snarky responses to the negative reviews calling them out on what seems to be obvious cheating makes you wonder if they’re mad because they’ve been caught or cant take criticism even though they BEG you for it. Idk whats going on but this has the potential to be a great app. Edit : the developers snarky response (like i said it would be) only cements the idea of this game being rigged. Maybe if you had better customer service skills people wouldn’t doubt you so much. If it wasn’t rigged in anyway which I'm not saying with 100% certainty that it is, you’re making it worse with your responses. Because i did get a quick response ill up my review by one star, i do have respect for you actually answer back even if it came off a little sideways or I'm just reading it that way because you cant really tell over on here.
  • Inconsistent play by AI Oct 11, 2019

    By UnsilentMajority07
    It is impossible to play consistently when this “AI” is so erratic. Some players make nonsensical moves that are beyond the realm of realistic bluffs. It’s like there are 3 legit players at the table, and then 2 of the AI players that are “stupid” players that spit chips at weird intervals that make no sense in regard to their hand. I play for money on a regular basis and the AI profiles need some serious tweaking if this is to be taken seriously. You say the hands are random and that seems accurate, are the “players” randomized to the point you’re playing an experts and dunces simultaneously? This is just as bad as playing online with the “all-in bots”. The AI clearly doesn’t understand value bets or statistical probabilities unless the AI knows it’s trash hand will suddenly become great on the river, yet still quadruple the preflop pot with 8-2 off suit the next hand. Maybe learn more about poker before making an app.

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  • I’ve been looking for this app for a long time! May 22, 2021

    By Jake13578
    First, I’ll say I love this app. I’ve been looking for an offline poker app just like this for awhile, and now I’ve found it. Great IU/UX experience, but I do have one suggestion for UX improvement. I like to play this game one handed, as I’m sure most people do. With the current raise layout, you are forced to move the raise slider almost to the very top of the screen to go all in, which on an iPhone 12 Pro Max is impossible to do with my thumb. I would like to see a speed based movement distance (similar to how an apple trackpad works) implemented, so the slower you swipe up, the higher raise precision and the faster you swipe up, the lower the raise precision. This way you can dial in exactly the raise you want by moving slowly and go all in with a quick swipe up.
  • Great after a few weeks of consistent play Jan 29, 2020

    By Starbe11ysneech
    Please read the others’ comments for all the positives - this app is definitely a step above other poker apps. And great that it was built to be played offline. My initial complaint was that it was too easy, and that you could predictably steal small pots from the bots (check/re-raise on the button over and over). But that seems to happen only at the lower levels... you have to get more creative and thoughtful to win at the 10k plus level. Some of the complaints others have had are pretty ridiculous. “This game is rigged.” No, you’re not good at poker. “There are donk players mixed in with good players.” Have you played poker before?!? “The AI never bluffs”. I’ve caught bluffs multiple times. Only time I haven’t seen it bluff is on the river if it’s on the button.... a bet there seems to be the nuts every time. If there’s one complaint, it is this: you can win consistently, but it truly takes a grind each time. There’s no like heads up all-in AK vs. 10s pre-flop like you might see in any low level tourney with humans involved, so it just takes a long time and that can sort of be annoying. But overall, it’s good practice - you’re seeing lots of hands against a variety of player types. Thanks for a great app!
  • Great app to practice on. May 28, 2022

    By U wouldn't know me if I told u
    I love this app! I have a lot of down time at work which I use to practice poker, but I’m frequently interrupted so online games (Zynga, WSOP etc) don’t really work for me. This app is completely offline so I don’t have to worry when I put my phone down. Great for practicing GTO, when you’ve finished reading up and want to take your knowledge to a table. For the people complaining it’s rigged they just don’t understand variance or their odds, I’ve won hands going runner runner to bail me out after my bluff is called, or rivering an ace to complete my straight. If you play good poker you will not have to buy more chips. Awesome app and I hope the developer continues to support this app, you’ve done a great job.
  • Great! But... May 19, 2020

    By Satisfied casual user
    I love this game. Its offline compatibility made it the only app I had for a period of time while I was between phones and was limited on wifi. Recently though, they added a replay feature. Now I’m all for new features but I wish that either A. I could toggle it off in the settings or B. The button to replay was elsewhere. As it stands, instead of all of the controls being in pretty much the same square I’m used to tapping on, instead of starting the next match that square replays my past match, which is obnoxious when it is unintentionally pressed as a reflex. So ya thats just a small ui preference really. The games is great :3
  • Excellent Learning Tool Mar 22, 2019

    By yale67
    This game, which can become addictive, provides a great way to get a feel for the game if you’re looking to start real play. This applies to all levels of play— see how a cheap game plays out or find out what’s different at each higher level. A terrific app to have if you’re killing an hour delay at the airport but it can also keep you up past your bedtime. There are a few glitches that are bothersome: sometimes when I hit the X to leave the game I’ll just get a new hand and for some reason the size of my stash sometimes doesn’t get displayed. Fix this and I’ll give it 5 and a half stars.
  • Poker app That’s Worth Your Time May 7, 2019

    By OkamiiKen
    Straight forward Poker Game that’s played offline and it is the best at what it does at that :) In my opinion this Poker game is definitely worth a try at the very least if you wanted to play Poker on the go or start off and learn to play :) -Gameplay is simple and great easy to play and straight forward no fancy UI or buttons or anything. can even be played with one hand too which is cool -Sound is nice and crisp nothing too fancy but it’s great for what it does for me -Graphics are simple but clean nothing to fancy on that part too but I like it since it plays smooth but I wish there was more different AI characters to play against but its completely fine otherwise -Fun Factor it’s fun overall and very lax too especially for a intermediate but casual player like myself :) and for a beginner you can definitely start and learn here rather than play against the pros who prey on the new players Just go try it out already if you wanted to play Poker to begin with :D
  • Nice Implementation, But... Jun 30, 2020

    By fcbjr
    I really like this game, and it is definitely a winner. Great flow, realistic play for the most part, and loads of fun. Also a pretty good beginners teaching tool. Couple of issues. After playing hundreds of games (and playing very aggressively early on), I noticed some patterns developed. Certain levels of bets (for instance, after the flop, 160k from an opponent in the 1m game) were most often--if not always--bluffs, and my raising a like amount would usually cause a fold. (If the bet was 170 or higher, my opponent would call and usually have good cards). This was very consistent. More "troubling" has been that every hand seems to get a raise bet of 8 to the power of the table stakes minus 2 (in 1,000,000 game, pre flop single raises are *always* 80,000 and usually called by at least one player unless I make the initial raise where after opponents often all fold. I'm guessing you have a little AI engine that learns from my/the user's play. But my game now seems stuck. Doesn't change the fun play, but makes the game predictable. It seems the game is stuck in my early aggressive play (loads of bluffs and aggressive bets!). Small not, but noticeble to a true amatuer! Also in-purchase chips structure is reasonable and non-intrusive. I've had to buy chips only three times and feel it totally worth it. I win about once every six times, which keeps me in the money most of the time! I highly recommend Poker. Really great fun!
  • Many Bugs on iPad Nov 28, 2020

    By Mezzo-Forte
    While the game (when actually working) is quite fun there are just too many iPad bugs to consistently enjoy it. Intermittent Exit Function Attempting to exit from session (game) with upper-right “X” will re-deal on some occasions. The game simply continues and only way out is iPad reset. When reset you lose all winnings and ability to double winnings. Reply Hand Showing Cards Dealers 2nd Hole card is offset. As the dealer progresses from left to right the 2nd hole card eventually moves off-screen making it impossible to see last players hand. Replay Hand Totals are miscalculated in your session holdings if re-playing many hands. The calculation will diminish your actual holdings or could ‘add to’ them as well. Emailed developer a few times w/these details. Other than those issues the UI is excellent, w/no silly graphics or overdone animations. Game play is as fast (or slow) as you want. There are times one may feel it is unfair due to the AI having many pocket pairs but that’s just the randomness of poker which teaches patience and sticking to your strategy. Playing upper tournament levels is a good (and fun) learning experience. As you progress through the ranks you will quickly notice many of the top app. players having the AI algorithms figured out. Fix the bugs on iPad and it’s 5-Star game
  • No bells or whistles but fun to play Jul 14, 2017

    By ClydeDoingReviews2000
    This app has helped a lot while I'm still learning and improving my poker skills. There aren't many options or settings but, as a beginner, that has reduced the distractions that I've found in other games from the App Store. The opponents make logical decisions; the gameplay is consistent and challenging. I should also point out that the cards seem to be dealt randomly (some developers reduce the quality of cards received in order to overcome limitations of the AI opponents). The only thing I would like to see would be feedback in the Grandma's House version explaining why the recommendation is to check, raise, or fold. Maybe the advice text could be clicked and a bubble containing the reasoning would be popped up? In any case, I really enjoy the gameplay and look forward to future updates and improvements.
  • Good! But I’m a little confused. Sep 1, 2019

    By Nervous, Trying To Be Helpful?
    As a beginning poker player I quite like this app, I think it’s very nice to be able to learn offline. I’m sorry I can’t leave a detailed review about the AI just yet because I haven’t been playing long. I’m a bit confused about the league (what it is, how it works) because I’ve only seen the information text once and I can’t find a way to access it again. If that little bit of information could be included in the menu that would be awesome! Also, if it interests the developer, maybe there could be a menu/section that provides a bit of info on a couple of the AI profiles. This might help some players understand a couple of the opponents and their choices better, and could also allow for better feedback to the developer.
  • The A.I. made me want to fold. May 2, 2018

    By SuperSayin'
    I REALLY like the interface. Easy to use and I like flick up to fold/ tap to call. It can be played with one hand. So that’s a star. Also the sound is good. Nothing flashy, or jarring. Just sounds of chips and cards. Another star for that. Other than that the only positive thing I can say is it will be good practice for people wanting to learn how to deal with donk betting online. The problem is the A.I. It is a little aggressive, which can be good. It doesn’t like to fold post flop, even with weak holdings. Although it regularly makes hero folds preflop against the smallest bid. It doesn’t really seem to respond to bet sizes. It also seems to be favored. That could just be bad luck. But I played a lot. At first I thought the AI’s choices were based on equity, but that didn’t seem to hold up. It may sound like it might be a challenge, but it’s really not. It can be easily beat EVERY game if you land a couple of good hands and it has anything at all, or if have the patience and are willing to grind it out. But even when I did gamble with it and it went my way, it wasn’t really that satisfying. It was predictable and either frustrating or boring. Little in between. Although I can see how some people would like this one, so don’t take my opinion on it. It could be good practice for someone starting out and having trouble playing others online. Cheers and stuff. 🤪
  • Decent Aug 10, 2019

    By stephers619
    I think this is a good app for newish poker players like myself who are trying to learn how to bet better. There is a lot of realism (considering you’re playing a computer) in that one day I’ll have a great game(s) and the next I’ll be out quicker than I can blink. What I really hate is that I can’t pause a game and come back to it later. The other night I was in a higher stakes game and it lasted over 3 hours and because of how many chips were on the line I didn’t want to just quit. But I basically can’t open another app while playing because 90% of the time it automatically kicks me out. frustrating when you want a break or just to respond to a text message. My other complaint is how difficult it is to get chips. There are never ads to watch available for chips and 99% of the surveys aren’t available. I’m just not gonna pay for chips I can get for free. There are other apps I can play for free also. Anyway, it’s been nice having this app to practice on. I’ve improved my skill I think.
  • Dear Developer, you ruined the game. May 10, 2020

    By ChinaCatSunflower12
    I loved this game for the past 3 weeks or so. I built up +50,000,000 chips playing over that time frame. Post most-recent update, every single hand results in a heads-up of you vs just one other hyper-aggressive bot because one bot HAS to pre-flop bet a dumb amount EVERY SINGLE HAND making all of the other bots fold. If you fold pre-flop, 99.9% of the hands DON’T EVEN MAKE IT TO THE FLOP. The only way to win is to play heads up every single hand. What fun. It genuinely became a rarity to have more than 2 players (you and a bot) make it to the turn, let alone the RIVER. Why would you make it so you end up playing heads up the entire time with 6 people at a table? Makes zero sense; sucked all the fun right out of the game. If you can fix that, you basically have the greatest, smoothest, and simplest hold em app ever. Fingers are crossed you read this and make a simple change so not every hand results in a heads up against a bot betting way out of pocket.
  • Computer Plays Predictably Tight Dec 16, 2019

    By hhasuofhogswaf
    I really appreciate someone making a game like this since I don’t want to play against real opponents in a slow moving online game. However, these games don’t move much faster since the computer plays extremely conservatively. I can reliably beat the computer if I grind out small pots or wait until I hit the lottery and get the nuts against a strong hand for the computer. If you deviate at all from extremely tight play, however, you will lose. It is frustrating to play games this way because they take forever and it’s basically a waiting game. I know it’s hard to program a computer to play poker but I wish there was some variability in the play style, so I wasn’t forced into marathon games in a competition to see who can play tighter without getting bored and pushing all in on a marginal hand.
  • Hard to get free chips Nov 5, 2019

    By MaeMaeBeeBee
    I really enjoy the layout of this game. It's simple and not super flashy. However, if I need more chips my only free options are to take surveys on an unsecured website or to watch an ad for a very small amount of chips. I will spend more time than I'd like answering preliminary questions to surveys to determine whether or not I qualify for a survey and will be denied. Just earlier I must have attempted to take ten different surveys and was denied each time. It's a waste of my time. I have also taken surveys and have been awarded chips and have not had the chips in my bank when I return to the game. And because you can't play without chips this makes getting them super stressful. I don't want to pay for chips. It's a computer game and it shouldn't be this laborious.
  • Somthing fishy going in with this game Jul 1, 2019

    By dieseldon85
    Im not saying 100% this game is rigged but I have never played real live casino poker like this game does. Winning hands sometimes make no sense at all. Seems the only way to get a good hand is if you fold a few times in a row then bam you will win a couple then followed by loosing several more times unless you start just folding every hand again. Also, the developers snarky responses to the negative reviews calling them out on what seems to be obvious cheating makes you wonder if they’re mad because they’ve been caught or cant take criticism even though they BEG you for it. Idk whats going on but this has the potential to be a great app. Edit : the developers snarky response (like i said it would be) only cements the idea of this game being rigged. Maybe if you had better customer service skills people wouldn’t doubt you so much. If it wasn’t rigged in anyway which I'm not saying with 100% certainty that it is, you’re making it worse with your responses. Because i did get a quick response ill up my review by one star, i do have respect for you actually answer back even if it came off a little sideways or I'm just reading it that way because you cant really tell over on here.
  • Rigged & Unrealistic Jun 21, 2022

    By Chupacabra, El
    Online poker is designed to create big hands and ultimately make you fail. This App is no different. As other users have pointed out, there are algorithms you can learn to recognize with this App (e.g., the computer will always raise or call pre-flop if it has a face card or pocket pair). You can use this to your advantage if you’re willing to grind it out and fold (or raise) even when you shouldn’t. The bigger problem, which makes the App both unrealistic and not fun in the end, is that the computer routinely has a better hand when you’re sitting on a very good hand. I’ve literally lost count of the number of times I had an excellent starting hand and lost to AA or KK. I’ve also lost count of the number of times the computer has made a god awful call, with the only chance of winning being to get a garbage on the river, and it routinely works out for the computer. Bottom line, as others have mentioned, it’s not random or realistic. If that’s what you’re looking for, try a different App or stick to real life play. If you’re fine with an App that’s designed to create action and bad beats, you’ll find that here. Overall, I would highly recommend against this App. If you want poker entertainment, go watch highlights of Hevad Kahn. # Bullllldozerrrrrrrr
  • Inconsistent play by AI Oct 11, 2019

    By UnsilentMajority07
    It is impossible to play consistently when this “AI” is so erratic. Some players make nonsensical moves that are beyond the realm of realistic bluffs. It’s like there are 3 legit players at the table, and then 2 of the AI players that are “stupid” players that spit chips at weird intervals that make no sense in regard to their hand. I play for money on a regular basis and the AI profiles need some serious tweaking if this is to be taken seriously. You say the hands are random and that seems accurate, are the “players” randomized to the point you’re playing an experts and dunces simultaneously? This is just as bad as playing online with the “all-in bots”. The AI clearly doesn’t understand value bets or statistical probabilities unless the AI knows it’s trash hand will suddenly become great on the river, yet still quadruple the preflop pot with 8-2 off suit the next hand. Maybe learn more about poker before making an app.

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