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Ratings and Reviews
Excellent & Fun Training!!
I highly recommend this as part of your poker training regime. Actually playing the hands makes you think and the subsequent advice is thorough and excellent. You don’t have to agree with every move to learn something.
I am finding more understanding having to think rather than read a poker book or watch a video and the material all get muddled together.
I go through a hand pack once, then use the practice mode to better absorb the teachings. Then I replay the pack. Never gets old as there are SO SO many hands available.
The point scoring is a nice touch to motivate your seriousness.
Unlike a book or videos you can play a few hands at a time anywhere, anytime.
This is a fun way to learn also.
I am a long term student of Jonathan Little and his teachings here are as thorough as his other teaching platforms.
The Bundle pack is clearly the best deal - I think you get close to 400 hands, with the option to earn free bundles.
Pay to Win
This game is great! For about the first 5 minutes. But then you figure out that you have to get another pack because practicing the first one is starting to get boring. So you go to the “free packs” and go oh look 500 coins and I only have 40. Then you go to the next and see the same thing. So after this disappointment you find out that the only way to earn coins is to play packs. Now this would be okaying if the pack the got you enough coins to pay for another free one but nooooo. One of the packs that you buy can give you around 231 max. So you have three of those then you go to the free packs again after a couple hours practicing those and then going back and trying for the most amount of coins. Once you have enough you go to the free pack shop and find out that the pack your about to buy gives you LESS THAN HALF of the coins your about to spend on it back. Now let’s say you do buy it you repeat the process of spending real money and then in game money a couple times and boom you have all the packs and a $53 hole in your wallet.
Good training, but lacks depth
Expensive, really expensive for the depth of the training. That being said, the training is better than reading a book. Actually putting the lessons into practice while reading is 10x more effective. There is also the seemingly contradictory content provided by the different instructors. But I think you choose the style your more comfortable with and you can certainly get better. Perhaps once that style is mastered you can move to the other instructors content and try to master that, so you can incorporate both styles in your game.
Another issue I have with the content is, you go through the steps and you learn what to do, “when this happens, and your opponent does this.” And that is good information, but there is not follow up on, “now when this happens, but your opponent does this other thing, what do you do?”
- Gamoz, Inc
- 96.6 MB
Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese
- Age Rating
- Rated 17+ for the following:
- Frequent/Intense Simulated Gambling
- © 2012-2014 Gamoz Inc
- In-App Purchases
- The Playbook: Premium Hands by Matt Berkey $5.99
- Beating Cash Games: Pro Strategies for Rec Players by Daniel O'Brien $4.99
- Fast Tournaments: Reaching the Final Table With a Big Stack $4.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.