Offline Poker at its best!

* Offline Play - play anytime, anywhere, no waiting for slow opponents or rushing to the kitchen/bathroom before your turn
* 142 Unique Offline Opponents (some seemingly drunk and aggressive, some tight)
* Fast Fold - tap the table once to jump to the next hand - no waiting for the current hand to finish
* Optional Open-Handed replays
* Optional Increasing Blinds (doubling every 5, 10 or 15 minutes)
* Heads Up, Three Player or Six Player Multiplayer
* Leagues - play offline, collect thousands of league chips if you go online
* Realistic sounds, and smooth animations

What’s New

Version 8.81

+ Leagues have been updated for increased app stability

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
5.3K Ratings

5.3K Ratings

Stephen Axsom ,

Really solid offline poker app

So in my experience, most poker apps are trying to get you in a position as you progress that you need to purchase chips to quickly advance in game play. Not that the AI is crooked or anything as so many trolls like to comment, but the point of the app is to make money, of course, so cost free gameplay is difficult or limiting. This app is a solid, easy interface, and I’ve played for hours with no need to purchase anything. If you are looking for a fun, offline (meaning you are playing AI) poker game, this is a great choice.

Developer, hats off to you! I really like the simple lines of your game. Id love to see you add another tournament level beyond the $10k buy in... maybe $100k? Or is there something I’ve failed to unlock?

I also really like how it still pits you against other real people in the rankings and sets up two day mini tournaments.

As far as glitch feedback goes, the only issue I’ve encountered has been a scenario where I went all in against a larger bet, all three times this was on the turn card, and for some reason not all my chips went in. Computer won all three and I was left with from 200 to 1500 chips despite it being an outright win and a larger bet by the AI. This is just feedback, not a complaint, as this did not significantly alter game play, and of course, it was in my favor!

Keep up the good work, and let me know if there are higher levels that I’ve failed to unlock. Thanks!

Developer Response ,

Thank you for this comprehensive review!

Your suggestion to add new tables beyond the 10k buy in is an excellent one. I will add three new tables to the next update: Solar System Championship 100k, Galaxy Championship 1M and Universe Wide Championship 10M. Might take a bit for the update as I think I'll need to add in some extra terrestrial opponents.

If you have any further suggestions, please email me at

SuperSayin' ,

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. 🤪

Starbe11ysneech ,

Great after a few weeks of consistent play

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!


The Othernet, LLC
164.3 MB

Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.



Age Rating
Frequent/Intense Simulated Gambling
In-App Purchases
  1. 10,000 Offline Poker Chips $0.99
  2. 50,000 Offline Poker Chips $3.99
  3. 15,000 Poker Chips $0.99


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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