Date Added:Sep. 05, 2003
Price:Free to try (Nag screen, some features disabled ); $9.95 to buy
Downloads Last Week:0
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Weak graphic interface. No clear depiction of current bet, how much the blinds are, etc. Poor design
Need to iron out bugs in game display
You don't know how much people bet, or raise. You just call and hope you got enough.
It's got a free demo
It's hard to follow, the players don't seem that smart (although the demo does only let you play amateur level), and the short demo turns out to be more annoying than anything. This seems like the kind of game that would make more money for the author if he/she offered it for free and asked for donations. But what do I know?
After 5 minutes of play the nag screens show up and you have to click them between every bet (raise, call, etc). Fun, but I would like more evaluation time.
I don't know where the other guy got 'hours' from anyway.
A must have for any poker player. I play it for hours every day and the support & customer service is excellent! Stable and uses little memory. Great game!
I really enjoy this software. It is a must have for anyone who loves hold'em poker.
I highly recommend you at least try it
The 10 hands were more than enough for me to uninstall the game.
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|Publisher web site||http://www.matchgems.com/|
|Release Date||September 05, 2003|
|Date Added||September 05, 2003|
|Operating Systems||Pocket PC 2000|
|Additional Requirements||Pocket PC|
|Downloads Last Week||0|
|License Model||Free to try|
|Limitations||Nag screen, some features disabled|