Poker Guide by OSH Mobile
5,000 - 10,000 downloads
- Good-looking layout
- Ease of use
- Rules well-summarized
- We're missing a advanced user rules
- Only English
+ By OSH Mobile
Poker Guide is an easy-to-use tutorial app for learning poker hands, rules and terms
How many times did you teach your friends how to play poker? How many times did you try it with your mom? Times of writing on paper sheet poker hand rank and stop the game to clear terms are gone. Sit newbies in a chair, launch the app and just say them: "take 5 minutes on reading this".
Poker Guide goes straight to the point. Three tabs, three features. First off, "poker hands", official poker hand rank in order from best to worst: royal flush, straight flus, four-of-a-kind... Second, basic "poker terms" in alphabetical order: all-in, small/big blind, sit&go, river, push, preflop... All that words that are constantly used on poker parties. Finally, "poker rules" in which you can choose between two poker styles (Texas Hold'em or Five Card Draw). Rules summarized in just a dozen of points, a handful of lines.
We're just missing a "advanced user" tab including strategies, bluffs, odds, percentages, variation... We hope it will be included in coming versions.
This could sound weird due to the simplicity of the app but this is one of the most useful apps we've reviewed. We like when apps make our life easier and Poker Guide really does.
Today application have three main features: Poker Hands, Poker Rules, Poker Terms.
“Poker Hands” is an official poker hand rank in order from best to worst. There are many different forms of poker but most form 5 cards and use the same hand rankings. „Royal Flush“ is the highest. „High Card“ is the lowest. These hand rankings are common to many types of poker including: Texas Holdem - the most popular one, Seven card Stud, Omaha, Draw Poker... and many more.
Clicking on a hand displays a short description of the hand, and an animated example of it.
“Poker Rules” screen displays two poker game rules for you choice: Texas Holdem or Five Card Draw. Some basic terms have links to “Poker Terms” screen, where player can read a explanation of it.
“Poker Terms” screen explain basic poker terms in alphabetical order.
Poker Guide’s current version is aimed to the beginners and provides basic information if you are starting out to learn poker.
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Some lists where this application appears: Reviewed by Emmanuel Lund.
A kind of tutors for novice and really a cool app
Good app help me a lot xD
Great and user friendly
Informative, no fluff & useful. Bravo !
So detailed and amazing ... I suggest you add some videos for more experience