Download Call Or Fold Poker Training apk 0.1 free for Android smartphone
Apk file size: 29.0 MB
NOT EVERY HAND IS THIS PRETTY!
Poker is a world wide industry. Almost everybody has played some version of it in their life time. Texas Hold 'em is considered the Cadillac of poker. It's the game that the World Series of Poker is played on. Millions of people each year hit the tables hoping for their piece of that pie. Unfortunately, many of them go unprepared. We have come up with an application that will help those players. It's the Call or Fold Poker App.
This is not just another poker game on your phone. It is an application that gives you scenarios, and tests you poker knowledge. The more repetition, the faster you will get, the better you will be at the tables.
Training in the basics of poker fundamentals is key to higher earnings.
Here are some questions for poker players:
How often do you test your skills?
Are you only testing those skills at the table?
How fast can you calculate Poker outs or pot odds?
Poker training is vital to winning more. Let’s face it, it’s all about the bankroll. We dedicated this site to true Poker players around the world. We want to help them increase their winnings. Pot odds, odds of winning, and knowing how to calculate them fast can be the difference between winning or losing long term.
Poker is a long term sport. The ability to correctly “Call of Fold” a hand is a skill that takes a lifetime to master.
What would you do if you had a 3-1 chance of winning, and you were making 2-1 on your call of a bet? Would you call or fold?
This is what our Poker training application helps teach you!
Call or Fold Poker Training part of our Entertainment and have average installs from 1000 to 5000. Last Update Aug. 27, 2015. Google play rating is 61.7391. Current verison is 0.1. Actual size 29.0 MB.
Nothing Else Like It This is the only app of its kind as far as I know. It's basically like "flash cards" for practicing odds calculations - the single most valuable skill you can have at the table. The winnings calculator is a nice addition as well. Very helpful app for amateurs and pros alike.
Worth it! This is a great help to learn or even if you just want a refresher.
Good training tool. I used this to learn before I went to vegas. Thanks
Absolutely love it! Totally helped me brush up on my game!!!
Horrible To create an app about poker without the proper math is insane. Math is the most important part of the game. This is borderline irresponsible.
Good but faulty The game is good and educational, but it doesn't calculate a lot of things right. It completely ignores a ton of straight draws and insists on using the x4 multiplier with the turn card revealed even although it says that with turn visible it should be x2
Awesome Very educational
Good idea but.. I just started and there are a couple things. 1. The ads are placed right over a button so it forces you to click the ad in order to continue. Please fix. 2. Sometimes it doesn't correctly get the number of outs right. 3 or 4 times within 30 minutes of playing i had a hand with a straight draw but it did not calculate that into my outs. For example. If I have j/q in the hole, and k, a, 5 comes on the flop and my opponent has pocket 3's, I should have 10 outs. 3 Jacks, 3 Queens, and 4 tens are my outs
Not Correct First, it only provides dumbed down basic tips - nothing beyond that. Then it is wrong too often on top of that. In 10 minutes you'll learn everything that this app can teach you.
Looping ads I downloaded the app 3 times, and every time I try to use it, the application keeps looping random advertisement... developers please fix
A full house beats a flush.... The app tells me I have 12 outs (flush draw) against an opponent holding a full house. In reality the hand had only 1 out (Ks for a straight flush) It also did not list enough outs for an OESD vs overcards.
Outs and winning percentages are wrong sometimes I really like the idea of this app but there are some mayor flaws in the "how many outs do you have" calculations. the app seems to ignore the fact, that flushes are beaten by full houses etc. Also, the 2/4 rule is sometimes used wrongly on turns, giving 4% equity per out instead of 2%.