Live Holdem Poker Pro – App Review

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If you like online poker, and don’t like being stuck to a computer to do it, then Live Holdem Poker Pro is the app for you. The single best feature of this app is that it’s Free! Yup, it’s free. Then the rest of the cool features kick in, like single sign on with Facebook instead of having to sign up (even though it’s fast and easy). The facebook single sign-on feature not only uses your facebook info to get you playing, but there’s also a facebook app for the same game. So any credits you win and stats will be viewable either through your facebook apps, or through your Android app, it’s all the same. Sweet!

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As you can see, the game itself is pretty well made, the table view is easy to know what’s going on at any time, and it always prompts you for when it’s your turn. Rather than playing the computer, you’re playing with live people online, which always makes the game just that much more realistic. Some other features of the game include the following:

  • Live Chat
  • Personal Avatars
  • Shootout tournament mode
  • Sit-n-Go tournamet Mode
  • Ring Games
  • Free daily Gold
  • Lottery Draw
  • 200+ Virtual goods you can send ppl on tables
  • Facebook connect for fast registration (optional)
  • Save to SD car

All in all, this game is great to play, the gameflow is seemless, and they start you off with 5000 credits. If you want, there are ways to earn more free credits through promos and surveys, or you can just make an in-app purchase for more as well, your choice. Easily the best and largest online Android Poker game there is. Grab it below, and maybe we can sit at a table together…I’m not that good. :)

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About the Author: Jesse Bauer

Born and raised in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, Jesse works in IT professionally. Jesse enjoys keeping up with all things Android and Google related, whoopin butt online in ModNation Racers, keeping up to date on the latest metal music, playing/recording original music, and reading Star Wars novels. Ahead of all those things, Jesse holds his family at the top of the list, who all somehow manage to support him with his endless list of things he wants to accomplish.


  • odd

    This article sounds like sponsored material :(

  • BBB

    Yup, sure does..

    I still can’t see why this app needs permission to write, read and send SMS? No mention of it anywhere, which usually isn’t good.

  • Karl

    I really like this one. Looks good on my Inspire 4G, runs fast. The same company has a 21 app which is just as good.

  • Xa

    Yeah, all kinds of non-sens permissions ! Plus, either you play or not, the app will keep running in the background of you phone ! That is pretty dodgy considering the permissions it has ! And is killing you battery…

  • Xa

    Yeah, all kinds of non-sens permissions ! Plus, either you play or not, the app will keep running in the background of your phone ! That is pretty dodgy considering the permissions it has ! And is killing you battery…

  • Xa

    Yeah, all kinds of non-sens permissions ! Plus, either you play or not, the app will keep running in the background of you phone ! That is pretty dodgy considering the permissions it has ! And is killing you battery…

    PS: you can try and kill the app, wait i second or two and you will see it start again ! Very dodgy indeed…

    • Rowdy833641

      Go into settings / manage apps… find the app.. then “clear data”… everytime ur done playing. It wont delete the app. But should solve your problem.

  • TJ

    I just noticed its running as a process in the background, and if you kill it, it restarts. Trying to find out whats killing my battery.
    Been playing this game for months and love it so don’t want to delete it really.
    Don’t think an app killer will help either as it restarts pretty much instantly when killed. Might try disable traffic for app itself manually at least..

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  • Rick Murnan

    Android Live Holdem Pro,this game plays favors and cheats. had a straight flush A – 5 and lost to a regular flush. It’s stupid and worthless

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  • Myroneverett11

    @myroneverett11 its a wonderful game ..all thumbs up..

  • Thomas_miner

    I’ve been playing this game for over a year and I don’t recommend this app.  It’s ok as long as you don’t mind unrealistic hands and far too frequent bad beats.  The programers for this app obviously have a sense for the dramatic, as most hands will have multiple players holding great cards that would win most any real Hold’em pot.  More than 80% of the time, if one player has a pocket pair, at least one more player at the table will also have a pocket pair.  Nothing is a sure thing in this game, with “bad beats” happening far more often than would ever happen in a true “random” game.  Every hand is scripted with this app.  Nothing is left to chance.  The app looks and feels great… too bad they think they have to program the hands.  I guess that’s the only way they can sell you chips…..    

    • Derp holdem

      This is definitely true. I ran a statistical plot because the hands did seem a little unrealistic. Turns out that when you first start you win way more often than you should, no matter what hand you play. I didn’t get the 80% number you did with the pocket pairs, but the number was up there. After playing for a while it is very hard to win (I found I was losing more often with  high pocket pairs than crap hands). It makes sense to me that it is programmed this way to suck you in at the start, then get you to buy chips later in the game. Even with this knowledge I still play out of sheer boredom. Maybe I should find another holdem app, but then again, if it has a buy in option, it will probably be the same.

  • Stacey

    How can I read old chats after I closed the game…?