Offline Poker at its best!
* Offline Play - play anytime, anywhere
* Beginner friendly - fun and easy, with advice on the earlier levels of play
* Advanced AI - advanced computer opponents if you are up for it
* Gorgeous HD graphics and slick, fast gameplay
* 5 different levels of play (higher difficulty tables have higher stakes)
* Realistic sounds, and smooth animations
*** Note about the AIs (Artificial Intelligences) ***
Please note that the cards are drawn completely randomly and nothing is done to give the AIs any unfair advantage.
That said, the AIs are pretty good. To test the AIs I had them play online on real money multiplayer tables and they could hold their own.
+ You can now get free chips more often from the Cashier
Ratings and Reviews
The A.I. made me want to fold.
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. 🤪
No bells or whistles but fun to play
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.
Perfect 2-player Hold 'em, with reservations
Real post, I hover around plus or minus 10k chips usually in the game, simply because I find it fun to actually gamble half my wins on big hands, without the whole "I lost my life to bankruptcy" thing.
This app accurately depicts those sudden death hands you want in Hold'em. The probabilities are definitely overblown on some wins like straights, or even four of a kinds. It helps you feel better though, you CAN actually game this system, and, well, that's kind of appreciated.
BIG selling point for me: available offline. I can hone skills without a connection, endless hours of flights. Kinda genius.
- The Othernet, LLC
- 34.4 MB
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 12+ for the following:
- Frequent/Intense Simulated Gambling
- © Daniel Cota
- In-App Purchases
- 10,000 Chips $0.99
- 50,000 Chips $3.99
- 100,000 Chips $5.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.