Our Daily App Giveaway – iRuleThem – Hold’em Poker simulator
Welcome once again to our Daily App Giveaway section of theappwhisperer. We value our readers so much and that’s why we want to share our love of apps with you. Each day we give away free apps, better make us your home page;)
Today we have iRuleThem – Hold’em Poker simulator apps to giveaway, each worth $3.99/£2.49. iRuleThem is an unique environment for Hold’em Poker. It’s usable for any table size. A simulation determines a hand’s strength (equity, odds, %, probability) against a distinct amount of opponents with known/unknown hole cards or starting hand ranges (for up to 6 opponents). Everything is evidence-based with an empirical approach. This means the app relies on random experiments instead of only static calculations. It was designed with the intention to uncover everything important behind playing Poker professionally. The app is very fast and carefully designed in HD for Retina-Displays. The user interface is optimized for precise touch input. Most settings can also be defined by using speech commands. After knowing the app it’s perfectly suited to play Online-Poker, (re)configure any game detail and use the results for decisions in real time.
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It might be specified to only run against the best ranked starting hands which are dealt at a multi player table. iRuleThem has the ability to detect an opponent’s strength (his ideal hand range). Therefore the Tap’Counter has to be used to keep tack of the amount of played/raised opponent hands compared to the number of overall received hands. Otherwise you might choose to describe yourself how tight or loose your opponents actually are (using a number from 1 to 9). The ranges are working like barriers saying that the drawn starting hand has to be better/equal or worse/equal than the given. That makes them easy to understand and use.
Single Deal Mode
The Single Deal Mode is working the same way like a real simulation… Its evaluation firstly replaces the given ranges for opponent hole cards with randomly drawn cards. It shows how numerous moments these cards have to be drawn continually till the entire configuration details have been fulfilled. Then the subsequent community cards are drawn. Thereafter it resolves the reached poker hand for everyone involved including the winner of that single attempt. Using the evaluation repeatedly updates the existing statistics by the result of each try. It’s possible to use/fold an unknown starting hand what gives you the ability of developing an intuitive feeling for your chances/risks. Besides that you can study your own financial progress, stage related game stats and starting hand range.
Cool app! I play poker with my mates sometimes and I could use all the help I can get since my math skills are not so good! Would love to try this out!
Cheers again for a wonderful contest and keeping everything so diverse!
Love to try this poker game, looks quite challenging one.
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Thanks for the giveaway!
Seems it is funny poker game
Tweeted as @springlong on twitter! Thank you very much for the giving away!