PlayPhone Poker (Android)

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PlayPhone Poker (Android)
Application Details:
Version: 2.0.6 updated
Upload Date: 22 Oct 11
Developer: PlayPhone
Distribution Type: Freeware
Downloads: 31
Size: 4920 Kb

Rating: 1.0/5 (Total Votes: 1)

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PlayPhone Poker (Android) - FREE Live Texas Hold’em Poker! The hit mobile poker game is now available on Android! Play PlayPhone Poker with hundreds of thousands of Android and iPhone/iPad friends from around the world.
Get 10,000 FREE chips when you start, and 1,000 FREE chips daily!
Enjoy smooth gameplay and riveting competition in this full-featured Texas Hold'em Poker game. Multiple buy-in levels and no-limit tables support up to 9 players per table. Beginners will find it easy and fun to learn, while competitive players will find the challenges they crave. Whatever your skill level, there is always a table waiting for you.
· 10,000 FREE chips when you start, and 1,000 FREE chips daily.
· Instantly jump onto a table with the "Play Now" button. Or, scroll through Hold'em Poker tables to choose your best table.
· Easily invite friends to join your table.
· Chat with friends at your poker table to bluff, taunt, celebrate, and praise.
· Beautiful HD Graphics
· Great and easy-to-use interface
· Add new friends to your Friends List, and connect with private messages or post to their PlayPhone wall.
· How do you stack up against the competition? Check the leaderboards to see where you rank globally and among your friends.

What's New in This Release:

· Earn free credits by watching videos and installing apps

What's New in This Release:

· In-App billing activated - Get additional chips more quickly and easily

What's New in 1.0.81:

· Much improved stability and performance
· Various optimization and bug fixes

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