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Three Online Poker Apps

Posted: April 1st, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: Gaming, Technoid Computer News | Tags: , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Three Online Poker Apps

Online poker goes all in

For more than a decade now, poker has undergone a dramatic transformation from a fairly niche card game into a legitimate global sport. This can easily be seen by the constant expansion and international television broadcast coverage presently enjoyed by the World Series of Poker – WSOP – and the World Poker Tour – WPT – circuit. Online poker websites have greatly contributed to the current success of the poker boom ::::

Online poker goes all in

The prevalence of iPhones and Android-powered devices along with the increasing ubiquity of Wi-Fi, 3G, and 4G networks have helped accelerate the growth of online poker. Aspiring amateurs and poker pros alike can now win satellite seats at prestigious live tournaments by winning online qualifiers. Anyway, listed below are three online apps that have made a tremendous impact on poker fans around the world.

Ivey Poker Free

The Ivey Poker Free app is currently available on Facebook, iTunes, and Google Play. Phil Ivey’s primary goal with this app was to give recreational poker players from around the world an opportunity to compete with the world’s best professional poker players without risking their money. More importantly, the Ivey Poker Free app paved the way for the launch of The Ivey League. This high-profile poker coaching portal is stacked with several other top-notch coaches, including Greg Merson, Patrik Antonius, Cole South, Toby Lewis, Jen Harman, and James Dempsey.

TonyBet Poker

Lithuanian poker legend Antanas Guoga – more commonly known as Tony G – recently launched his TonyBet Poker app for Android phones. TonyBet Poker is especially notable for being the first-ever global online poker website exclusively dedicated to real-money, open-face Chinese poker. The number of unique sign-ups and the number of active players during peak hours have been very impressive. With hardly any advertising at all, hundreds of players have signed up and participated in a different poker experience.

Facebook Texas Hold’em

Online poker websites have fully embraced the popularity of social media outlets to promote their latest qualifiers, news, and other relevant bits of information. Currently boasting nearly 19,000 followers to date, PartyPoker on Twitter is frequently updated with news about exclusive poker promotions and the latest online satellite qualifiers. Of course, the {Facebook Texas Hold’em Poker} app created by Zynga has tens of millions of monthly users. Two lucky Facebook Texas Hold’em Poker players were able to play in the 2009 WSOP Main Event due to a cross promotion between Zynga and the WSOP.

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