Full Tilt Poker beta-tests mobile poker app

Posted by Steve Ruddock on Oct 13, 2010 Posted in Poker Industry News | No Comments »

Well, that didn’t take very long! Just days after SwitchPoker launched the first real-money iPhone app, and now, according to PokerNewsDaily, Full Tilt Poker has released a beta version of its Rush Poker game for Android phones.

Right now the beta version is only available to Black Card players, although Full Tilt Poker plans to have a full beta version available to everyone in the coming weeks. The app is only available on Android supported phones, and is available to US players. iPhone users will likely be left out, since iPhones do not support the Flash format that the Rush Poker app is written in.

PND learned of the beta version through e-mails sent to Full Tilt Poker’s Black Card members. One Full Tilt player involved in beta-testing the Rush Poker app was Leggo Poker instructor Brian Wilber, who had this to say on the app’s performance: “It seemed a little clumsy and often I couldn’t figure out what the bet size was because of the lag. However, it’s easy to see everything you would want to know like players’ names, stack sizes, your cards, and the community cards”.

Stay tuned for more details on the Rush Poker mobile app in the coming weeks.

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