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Some of the biggest names in poker take meticulous notes about their poker hands to analyze later and improve their game. Poker Postgame makes it quick and easy for anyone to record the details of a poker hand.
Identifying the mistakes you made in a poker game is difficult when you can’t remember the details surrounding your decisions. Poker Postgame is the fastest and easiest way to keep track of every detail of every hand you care about. Enter the details that are important, skip those that don’t matter.
Quick Hand Setup
Create a new hand from scratch or quickly create a hand based on a previously entered hand. Assign dealer and blinds by dropping the button on the appropriate player. Mark your seat so Poker Postgame can track your wins and losses.
Use the optimized keyboard to quickly enter board cards and players’ pocket cards. In a hurry? Use convenient shorthand keys like Rag or Rainbow flop.
Lightning-fast Bet Entry
Use the action bar to enter the betting action in each betting round. Enter a fold, raise, or all-in with one swipe of your finger!
Come back later to review your hands in Poker Postgame. Relive your wins, learn from your mistakes, and improve your game!
We welcome your feedback. Tap the 'heart' button in the app to let us know what we got right and what still needs work.
NOTE: Poker Postgame only supports recording Texas Hold ‘Em hands at this time.
What's New in Version 1.2.2
Fixes a bug that could result in a hand being evaluated as straight instead of a flush
I bought this with hopes that it would deliver on the promise of making it "quick and easy for anyone to record the details of a poker hand”… but it was neither quick or easy. I immediate;y had buyers remorse within minutes of my purchase.
I spent a bunch of time trying to make it work, but the interface was clunky and hard to use. In the effort to make everything “swipe”-friendly, it make it harder to enter information easily. For example, I struggled mightily to enter a bet of “25”, as the interface kept swiping between 24 and 27… Likewise, the interface for assigning cards and actions to players was unintuitive and difficult, especially on the phone. If the idea was to make it fast and easy for poker players to jot down details about hands, this fails. Better off just typing down essential notes in a text or note-taking app than struggle through this half-baked app.