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Practice Video Poker
Description
Play casino-style Video Poker games for fun and practice your perfect strategy. * Strategy feedback to point out correct decisions and errors * Get strategy hints as you play * Track your statistics across multiple games * Free credits every 2 hours * Multi-play games up to 100 hands Includes the most popular casino video poker games: * jacks or better * Bonus Poker * Double Bonus Poker * Double Double Bonus Poker * Triple Double Bonus Poker * Aces and Faces * Double Double Aces and Faces * Deuces Wild (original and DW44) * Deuces Wild Bonus Poker * Joker Poker (Kings or Better)
So... Are the random number/card algorithms “real”?
by Prof_50 on 2021/03/01 22:33
This App has some nice features. This is my response to the developer’s post... below. The 800 lb gorilla in the room is whether the card dealing algorithms in this and other poker apps are “pure” and identical in outcome probabilities as the casino (certified) random card generators. App developers do not make “real money” off their free Apps, unlike the casinos (that profit because they have better odds than the players) unless developers induce you to buy add on “coins” or use inserted advertising. The training environment of this app is very good, possibly the most detailed and useful among the poker apps. With such training, and practice, one can reasonably be within 1% of perfect discard decisions. And, it appears to me that the training advice and associated statistics are accurate and applicable to casino play. I am fine with paying for the App that charges for their “training environment". It has can save/make you money in the casino,; and therefore has value. But, most Apple App/game customers want free Apps. So, the developers often try to “encourage “ cash outlays for game features. The developer has kindly responded to my questions concerning the integrity of the deal and draw; and states (below) that those are indeed random. But, random is not necessarily the same as an App yielding the EXACT deal/draw probabilities as the casino certified code does. A number of poker Apps manipulate (via "cheat code") the deal and/or draw to yield hand outcomes that are intended to increase the likelihood of you buying more "coins"... to the profit of the developer (and Apple, I suppose). Given Apple's generally high ethical standards, I am surprised that Apple does not require the developers to divulge and describe (or deny) "cheat code" (that has outcome probabilities that are DIFFERENT than that of "certified" casino dealing algorithms). Managing your money in a real casino is important, and experiencing realistic deal/draw probabilities are important in training... not just the discard strategy. In this game, it appears that the developer is true to the discard strategy, but the deal and draw codes may be “cheating/ corrupt”... designed to encourage you to buy “coins” or accept wasteful advertising.
Great learning tool
by golfnut57 on 2021/01/08 02:48
This is a Great app! It gives you instant feedback about the play you are making. I use it to practice for going to the “real casino”
Good to get this.
by Mac Daddy1 on 2020/10/17 01:35
It is fun to test your skills against this trainer. I have a video poker book that does vary from what this tells you to hold. Yet this app does a good job. People that are new to video poker should definitely use this app. Why not enjoy the game more.
Helps
by madmikekill on 2020/03/03 20:56
But ads screw up and cause you to reboot constantly
Nice program
by Hmgtchfcg on 2019/05/13 12:02
That said, the program is helpful for critiquing your play, other than when you run out of money.
My favorite video poker
by OstoBeppo on 2019/05/12 16:23
I like this video poker app because as a somewhat beginner, I’ve learned a lot of strategy from it. It has hints for hands, but I don’t like to use that feature because I learn more by doing and picking up on the patterns myself. The interface is clean and simple, subtle animation is smooth. I paid to support the developer and be ad free, but it would have been nice if my purchase killed the need for in-app purchases for cash and just be a nice stand-alone video poker app app. I would also really like to have some simple sound option added to the game. It’s strange playing in complete silence ha.
Good but ....
by delbaybliss on 2019/04/02 23:54
I just downloaded this app today in my preparation for a Vegas trip in May. I like everything about it. I like the advice and the percentage analysis so when I was given the option to upgrade to No Ads for 3.99 I did because I plan on using the app a lot! My payment was approved - and yet I still have ads. I deleted the app and reopened and still ads - so - not sure what I paid for and would either like to have no ads or my money back!
Still Ned to buy money...
by milfmuse on 2019/02/17 09:20
I bought the app and was screwing around with large scale VP plays. burned threw the money quickly because I figured I bought it so reseeding my pocket was free. Nope. Now I’m outta money and have to watch 30 sec adds when needed. Kind of sad that I have to purchase more credits when I thought I purchased the game. Sigh.
Fix pay tables
by GG8155 on 2019/01/16 03:34
It says you can set the pay tables, but even after you change them, the pays are still higher than the pay table you set. If you set Bonus Poker at 6/5 then a full house should pay 6 times the bet for that hand . If you bet max at 5 a full house should pay 30 but it still pays 35 sometimes 40 or 45. Good game other than that and it should be an easy fix.
Great way to learn
by Moor2k on 2018/11/23 22:48
Fun, instructive, and looks good
Very likely the best trainer you can get
by Tony Wood on 2018/06/12 02:53
It does the job of training you very well, and I like it more than any other trainers at the App Store, including the one that requires paid monthly subscription for $5. Compared to other trainers: * Collects session/lifetime statistics! * You may get a hint of which cards to hold. One tap, and the best cards to hold are highlighted. * If you prefer no hints, after you draw, it shows whether your move was optimal or not. And not only that - it shows what is the expected value for your move. And, in case your decision was not optimal, it shows numerical difference compared to the optimal move. * It visualizes the expected values for holding any cards, so you can compare strategies / reassure that you've made the right move. You have to tap to see it, which is great for training purposes. * I found no bugs in the strategy. Unlike the other app with $5/mo subscription with an obvious and annoying bug that breaks your streaks (holding one of two pairs in deuces wild - that other app always tell you that you should've kept that other pair; and they don't bother to fix it soon). Other great things: * Hourly bonus is good enough in most cases to keep you afloat, plus you can watch a video to get extra coins. * for $2, you can get 4K coins, which is plenty. Interestingly, the purchase is advertised as 1K coins (which is also pretty good amount to play for many hours). I'm not sure whether it's a bug (I had max bet selected at a time of purchase, maybe that's why). I rather made that purchase to say thanks to the developer! Things I'd love to see improved: 1. Disable ads (I'm fine to pay up to $50, just no monthly subscription please!) 2. Graphics to mimic the real machines 3. Easy mode (good to memorize strategy for beginners like me): Auto-highlight the best cards to hold, don't make me to press 'Hint'.
Good practice sir ♣️♥️♠️♦️
by MauiHanging on 2017/11/29 22:22
Pretty great app to sharpen your skills.
It works
by Cloudwalking on 2017/11/29 21:32
Getting better at jacks. Slowly.
Good to get this.
by Mac Daddy1 on 2020/10/17 01:35
It is fun to test your skills against this trainer. I have a video poker book that does vary from what this tells you to hold. Yet this app does a good job. People that are new to video poker should definitely use this app. Why not enjoy the game more.
My favorite video poker
by OstoBeppo on 2019/05/12 16:23
I like this video poker app because as a somewhat beginner, I’ve learned a lot of strategy from it. It has hints for hands, but I don’t like to use that feature because I learn more by doing and picking up on the patterns myself. The interface is clean and simple, subtle animation is smooth. I paid to support the developer and be ad free, but it would have been nice if my purchase killed the need for in-app purchases for cash and just be a nice stand-alone video poker app app. I would also really like to have some simple sound option added to the game. It’s strange playing in complete silence ha.
Fix pay tables
by GG8155 on 2019/01/16 03:34
It says you can set the pay tables, but even after you change them, the pays are still higher than the pay table you set. If you set Bonus Poker at 6/5 then a full house should pay 6 times the bet for that hand . If you bet max at 5 a full house should pay 30 but it still pays 35 sometimes 40 or 45. Good game other than that and it should be an easy fix.
Good but ....
by delbaybliss on 2019/04/02 23:54
I just downloaded this app today in my preparation for a Vegas trip in May. I like everything about it. I like the advice and the percentage analysis so when I was given the option to upgrade to No Ads for 3.99 I did because I plan on using the app a lot! My payment was approved - and yet I still have ads. I deleted the app and reopened and still ads - so - not sure what I paid for and would either like to have no ads or my money back!
Great learning tool
by golfnut57 on 2021/01/08 02:48
This is a Great app! It gives you instant feedback about the play you are making. I use it to practice for going to the “real casino”
Still Ned to buy money...
by milfmuse on 2019/02/17 09:20
I bought the app and was screwing around with large scale VP plays. burned threw the money quickly because I figured I bought it so reseeding my pocket was free. Nope. Now I’m outta money and have to watch 30 sec adds when needed. Kind of sad that I have to purchase more credits when I thought I purchased the game. Sigh.
It works
by Cloudwalking on 2017/11/29 21:32
Getting better at jacks. Slowly.
Nice program
by Hmgtchfcg on 2019/05/13 12:02
That said, the program is helpful for critiquing your play, other than when you run out of money.
Great way to learn
by Moor2k on 2018/11/23 22:48
Fun, instructive, and looks good
Good practice sir ♣️♥️♠️♦️
by MauiHanging on 2017/11/29 22:22
Pretty great app to sharpen your skills.
Helps
by madmikekill on 2020/03/03 20:56
But ads screw up and cause you to reboot constantly
Very likely the best trainer you can get
by Tony Wood on 2018/06/12 02:53
It does the job of training you very well, and I like it more than any other trainers at the App Store, including the one that requires paid monthly subscription for $5. Compared to other trainers: * Collects session/lifetime statistics! * You may get a hint of which cards to hold. One tap, and the best cards to hold are highlighted. * If you prefer no hints, after you draw, it shows whether your move was optimal or not. And not only that - it shows what is the expected value for your move. And, in case your decision was not optimal, it shows numerical difference compared to the optimal move. * It visualizes the expected values for holding any cards, so you can compare strategies / reassure that you've made the right move. You have to tap to see it, which is great for training purposes. * I found no bugs in the strategy. Unlike the other app with $5/mo subscription with an obvious and annoying bug that breaks your streaks (holding one of two pairs in deuces wild - that other app always tell you that you should've kept that other pair; and they don't bother to fix it soon). Other great things: * Hourly bonus is good enough in most cases to keep you afloat, plus you can watch a video to get extra coins. * for $2, you can get 4K coins, which is plenty. Interestingly, the purchase is advertised as 1K coins (which is also pretty good amount to play for many hours). I'm not sure whether it's a bug (I had max bet selected at a time of purchase, maybe that's why). I rather made that purchase to say thanks to the developer! Things I'd love to see improved: 1. Disable ads (I'm fine to pay up to $50, just no monthly subscription please!) 2. Graphics to mimic the real machines 3. Easy mode (good to memorize strategy for beginners like me): Auto-highlight the best cards to hold, don't make me to press 'Hint'.
So... Are the random number/card algorithms “real”?
by Prof_50 on 2021/03/01 22:33
This App has some nice features. This is my response to the developer’s post... below. The 800 lb gorilla in the room is whether the card dealing algorithms in this and other poker apps are “pure” and identical in outcome probabilities as the casino (certified) random card generators. App developers do not make “real money” off their free Apps, unlike the casinos (that profit because they have better odds than the players) unless developers induce you to buy add on “coins” or use inserted advertising. The training environment of this app is very good, possibly the most detailed and useful among the poker apps. With such training, and practice, one can reasonably be within 1% of perfect discard decisions. And, it appears to me that the training advice and associated statistics are accurate and applicable to casino play. I am fine with paying for the App that charges for their “training environment". It has can save/make you money in the casino,; and therefore has value. But, most Apple App/game customers want free Apps. So, the developers often try to “encourage “ cash outlays for game features. The developer has kindly responded to my questions concerning the integrity of the deal and draw; and states (below) that those are indeed random. But, random is not necessarily the same as an App yielding the EXACT deal/draw probabilities as the casino certified code does. A number of poker Apps manipulate (via "cheat code") the deal and/or draw to yield hand outcomes that are intended to increase the likelihood of you buying more "coins"... to the profit of the developer (and Apple, I suppose). Given Apple's generally high ethical standards, I am surprised that Apple does not require the developers to divulge and describe (or deny) "cheat code" (that has outcome probabilities that are DIFFERENT than that of "certified" casino dealing algorithms). Managing your money in a real casino is important, and experiencing realistic deal/draw probabilities are important in training... not just the discard strategy. In this game, it appears that the developer is true to the discard strategy, but the deal and draw codes may be “cheating/ corrupt”... designed to encourage you to buy “coins” or accept wasteful advertising.
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All Versions
4.0
559 total
 5
466
 4
61
 3
21
 2
6
 1
5
Current Version (3.2)
4.0
559 total
 5
466
 4
61
 3
21
 2
6
 1
5
Version History
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App name
Practice Video Poker
Description
Play casino-style Video Poker games for fun and practice your perfect strategy. * Strategy feedback to point out correct decisions and errors * Get strategy hints as you play * Track your statistics across multiple games * Free credits every 2 hours * Multi-play games up to 100 hands Includes the most popular casino video poker games: * jacks or better * Bonus Poker * Double Bonus Poker * Double Double Bonus Poker * Triple Double Bonus Poker * Aces and Faces * Double Double Aces and Faces * Deuces Wild (original and DW44) * Deuces Wild Bonus Poker * Joker Poker (Kings or Better)
So... Are the random number/card algorithms “real”?
by Prof_50 on 2021/03/01 22:33
This App has some nice features. This is my response to the developer’s post... below. The 800 lb gorilla in the room is whether the card dealing algorithms in this and other poker apps are “pure” and identical in outcome probabilities as the casino (certified) random card generators. App developers do not make “real money” off their free Apps, unlike the casinos (that profit because they have better odds than the players) unless developers induce you to buy add on “coins” or use inserted advertising. The training environment of this app is very good, possibly the most detailed and useful among the poker apps. With such training, and practice, one can reasonably be within 1% of perfect discard decisions. And, it appears to me that the training advice and associated statistics are accurate and applicable to casino play. I am fine with paying for the App that charges for their “training environment". It has can save/make you money in the casino,; and therefore has value. But, most Apple App/game customers want free Apps. So, the developers often try to “encourage “ cash outlays for game features. The developer has kindly responded to my questions concerning the integrity of the deal and draw; and states (below) that those are indeed random. But, random is not necessarily the same as an App yielding the EXACT deal/draw probabilities as the casino certified code does. A number of poker Apps manipulate (via "cheat code") the deal and/or draw to yield hand outcomes that are intended to increase the likelihood of you buying more "coins"... to the profit of the developer (and Apple, I suppose). Given Apple's generally high ethical standards, I am surprised that Apple does not require the developers to divulge and describe (or deny) "cheat code" (that has outcome probabilities that are DIFFERENT than that of "certified" casino dealing algorithms). Managing your money in a real casino is important, and experiencing realistic deal/draw probabilities are important in training... not just the discard strategy. In this game, it appears that the developer is true to the discard strategy, but the deal and draw codes may be “cheating/ corrupt”... designed to encourage you to buy “coins” or accept wasteful advertising.
Great learning tool
by golfnut57 on 2021/01/08 02:48
This is a Great app! It gives you instant feedback about the play you are making. I use it to practice for going to the “real casino”
Good to get this.
by Mac Daddy1 on 2020/10/17 01:35
It is fun to test your skills against this trainer. I have a video poker book that does vary from what this tells you to hold. Yet this app does a good job. People that are new to video poker should definitely use this app. Why not enjoy the game more.
Helps
by madmikekill on 2020/03/03 20:56
But ads screw up and cause you to reboot constantly
Nice program
by Hmgtchfcg on 2019/05/13 12:02
That said, the program is helpful for critiquing your play, other than when you run out of money.
My favorite video poker
by OstoBeppo on 2019/05/12 16:23
I like this video poker app because as a somewhat beginner, I’ve learned a lot of strategy from it. It has hints for hands, but I don’t like to use that feature because I learn more by doing and picking up on the patterns myself. The interface is clean and simple, subtle animation is smooth. I paid to support the developer and be ad free, but it would have been nice if my purchase killed the need for in-app purchases for cash and just be a nice stand-alone video poker app app. I would also really like to have some simple sound option added to the game. It’s strange playing in complete silence ha.
Good but ....
by delbaybliss on 2019/04/02 23:54
I just downloaded this app today in my preparation for a Vegas trip in May. I like everything about it. I like the advice and the percentage analysis so when I was given the option to upgrade to No Ads for 3.99 I did because I plan on using the app a lot! My payment was approved - and yet I still have ads. I deleted the app and reopened and still ads - so - not sure what I paid for and would either like to have no ads or my money back!
Still Ned to buy money...
by milfmuse on 2019/02/17 09:20
I bought the app and was screwing around with large scale VP plays. burned threw the money quickly because I figured I bought it so reseeding my pocket was free. Nope. Now I’m outta money and have to watch 30 sec adds when needed. Kind of sad that I have to purchase more credits when I thought I purchased the game. Sigh.
Fix pay tables
by GG8155 on 2019/01/16 03:34
It says you can set the pay tables, but even after you change them, the pays are still higher than the pay table you set. If you set Bonus Poker at 6/5 then a full house should pay 6 times the bet for that hand . If you bet max at 5 a full house should pay 30 but it still pays 35 sometimes 40 or 45. Good game other than that and it should be an easy fix.
Great way to learn
by Moor2k on 2018/11/23 22:48
Fun, instructive, and looks good
Very likely the best trainer you can get
by Tony Wood on 2018/06/12 02:53
It does the job of training you very well, and I like it more than any other trainers at the App Store, including the one that requires paid monthly subscription for $5. Compared to other trainers: * Collects session/lifetime statistics! * You may get a hint of which cards to hold. One tap, and the best cards to hold are highlighted. * If you prefer no hints, after you draw, it shows whether your move was optimal or not. And not only that - it shows what is the expected value for your move. And, in case your decision was not optimal, it shows numerical difference compared to the optimal move. * It visualizes the expected values for holding any cards, so you can compare strategies / reassure that you've made the right move. You have to tap to see it, which is great for training purposes. * I found no bugs in the strategy. Unlike the other app with $5/mo subscription with an obvious and annoying bug that breaks your streaks (holding one of two pairs in deuces wild - that other app always tell you that you should've kept that other pair; and they don't bother to fix it soon). Other great things: * Hourly bonus is good enough in most cases to keep you afloat, plus you can watch a video to get extra coins. * for $2, you can get 4K coins, which is plenty. Interestingly, the purchase is advertised as 1K coins (which is also pretty good amount to play for many hours). I'm not sure whether it's a bug (I had max bet selected at a time of purchase, maybe that's why). I rather made that purchase to say thanks to the developer! Things I'd love to see improved: 1. Disable ads (I'm fine to pay up to $50, just no monthly subscription please!) 2. Graphics to mimic the real machines 3. Easy mode (good to memorize strategy for beginners like me): Auto-highlight the best cards to hold, don't make me to press 'Hint'.
Good practice sir ♣️♥️♠️♦️
by MauiHanging on 2017/11/29 22:22
Pretty great app to sharpen your skills.
It works
by Cloudwalking on 2017/11/29 21:32
Getting better at jacks. Slowly.
Good to get this.
by Mac Daddy1 on 2020/10/17 01:35
It is fun to test your skills against this trainer. I have a video poker book that does vary from what this tells you to hold. Yet this app does a good job. People that are new to video poker should definitely use this app. Why not enjoy the game more.
My favorite video poker
by OstoBeppo on 2019/05/12 16:23
I like this video poker app because as a somewhat beginner, I’ve learned a lot of strategy from it. It has hints for hands, but I don’t like to use that feature because I learn more by doing and picking up on the patterns myself. The interface is clean and simple, subtle animation is smooth. I paid to support the developer and be ad free, but it would have been nice if my purchase killed the need for in-app purchases for cash and just be a nice stand-alone video poker app app. I would also really like to have some simple sound option added to the game. It’s strange playing in complete silence ha.
Fix pay tables
by GG8155 on 2019/01/16 03:34
It says you can set the pay tables, but even after you change them, the pays are still higher than the pay table you set. If you set Bonus Poker at 6/5 then a full house should pay 6 times the bet for that hand . If you bet max at 5 a full house should pay 30 but it still pays 35 sometimes 40 or 45. Good game other than that and it should be an easy fix.
Good but ....
by delbaybliss on 2019/04/02 23:54
I just downloaded this app today in my preparation for a Vegas trip in May. I like everything about it. I like the advice and the percentage analysis so when I was given the option to upgrade to No Ads for 3.99 I did because I plan on using the app a lot! My payment was approved - and yet I still have ads. I deleted the app and reopened and still ads - so - not sure what I paid for and would either like to have no ads or my money back!
Great learning tool
by golfnut57 on 2021/01/08 02:48
This is a Great app! It gives you instant feedback about the play you are making. I use it to practice for going to the “real casino”
Still Ned to buy money...
by milfmuse on 2019/02/17 09:20
I bought the app and was screwing around with large scale VP plays. burned threw the money quickly because I figured I bought it so reseeding my pocket was free. Nope. Now I’m outta money and have to watch 30 sec adds when needed. Kind of sad that I have to purchase more credits when I thought I purchased the game. Sigh.
It works
by Cloudwalking on 2017/11/29 21:32
Getting better at jacks. Slowly.
Nice program
by Hmgtchfcg on 2019/05/13 12:02
That said, the program is helpful for critiquing your play, other than when you run out of money.
Great way to learn
by Moor2k on 2018/11/23 22:48
Fun, instructive, and looks good
Good practice sir ♣️♥️♠️♦️
by MauiHanging on 2017/11/29 22:22
Pretty great app to sharpen your skills.
Helps
by madmikekill on 2020/03/03 20:56
But ads screw up and cause you to reboot constantly
Very likely the best trainer you can get
by Tony Wood on 2018/06/12 02:53
It does the job of training you very well, and I like it more than any other trainers at the App Store, including the one that requires paid monthly subscription for $5. Compared to other trainers: * Collects session/lifetime statistics! * You may get a hint of which cards to hold. One tap, and the best cards to hold are highlighted. * If you prefer no hints, after you draw, it shows whether your move was optimal or not. And not only that - it shows what is the expected value for your move. And, in case your decision was not optimal, it shows numerical difference compared to the optimal move. * It visualizes the expected values for holding any cards, so you can compare strategies / reassure that you've made the right move. You have to tap to see it, which is great for training purposes. * I found no bugs in the strategy. Unlike the other app with $5/mo subscription with an obvious and annoying bug that breaks your streaks (holding one of two pairs in deuces wild - that other app always tell you that you should've kept that other pair; and they don't bother to fix it soon). Other great things: * Hourly bonus is good enough in most cases to keep you afloat, plus you can watch a video to get extra coins. * for $2, you can get 4K coins, which is plenty. Interestingly, the purchase is advertised as 1K coins (which is also pretty good amount to play for many hours). I'm not sure whether it's a bug (I had max bet selected at a time of purchase, maybe that's why). I rather made that purchase to say thanks to the developer! Things I'd love to see improved: 1. Disable ads (I'm fine to pay up to $50, just no monthly subscription please!) 2. Graphics to mimic the real machines 3. Easy mode (good to memorize strategy for beginners like me): Auto-highlight the best cards to hold, don't make me to press 'Hint'.
So... Are the random number/card algorithms “real”?
by Prof_50 on 2021/03/01 22:33
This App has some nice features. This is my response to the developer’s post... below. The 800 lb gorilla in the room is whether the card dealing algorithms in this and other poker apps are “pure” and identical in outcome probabilities as the casino (certified) random card generators. App developers do not make “real money” off their free Apps, unlike the casinos (that profit because they have better odds than the players) unless developers induce you to buy add on “coins” or use inserted advertising. The training environment of this app is very good, possibly the most detailed and useful among the poker apps. With such training, and practice, one can reasonably be within 1% of perfect discard decisions. And, it appears to me that the training advice and associated statistics are accurate and applicable to casino play. I am fine with paying for the App that charges for their “training environment". It has can save/make you money in the casino,; and therefore has value. But, most Apple App/game customers want free Apps. So, the developers often try to “encourage “ cash outlays for game features. The developer has kindly responded to my questions concerning the integrity of the deal and draw; and states (below) that those are indeed random. But, random is not necessarily the same as an App yielding the EXACT deal/draw probabilities as the casino certified code does. A number of poker Apps manipulate (via "cheat code") the deal and/or draw to yield hand outcomes that are intended to increase the likelihood of you buying more "coins"... to the profit of the developer (and Apple, I suppose). Given Apple's generally high ethical standards, I am surprised that Apple does not require the developers to divulge and describe (or deny) "cheat code" (that has outcome probabilities that are DIFFERENT than that of "certified" casino dealing algorithms). Managing your money in a real casino is important, and experiencing realistic deal/draw probabilities are important in training... not just the discard strategy. In this game, it appears that the developer is true to the discard strategy, but the deal and draw codes may be “cheating/ corrupt”... designed to encourage you to buy “coins” or accept wasteful advertising.
Rating Trends
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All Versions
4.0
559 total
 5
466
 4
61
 3
21
 2
6
 1
5
Current Version (3.2)
4.0
559 total
 5
466
 4
61
 3
21
 2
6
 1
5
Version History
More...