Windows Poker 2012-08-08T16:26:58+00:00 2018-09-07T18:03:44+00:00 Tim Glocks

A Guide to Windows Mobile Poker and poker sites where you can play for real money

Posted on  Aug 8, 2012 | Updated on  Sep 7, 2018 by Tim Glocks

Playing poker on Windows Mobile devices is now a reality, enabling players to play their favorite games of Texas Hold’em on their Windows Mobile devices.

Windows Mobile poker, like Blackberry mobile poker, is yet to take off, and although players cannot find any real money mobile poker apps for Windows Mobile, they will find a few attractive free poker apps for Windows Mobile in the app stores.

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The online poker gaming industry is aware that Windows Mobile, especially its latest version, is on the way to becoming very popular. Top online poker companies are now trying to create native mobile poker apps for Windows Mobile devices, and playing mobile poker on Windows Mobile for real money will soon become a reality. In the meantime, players can install mobile poker apps free of charge on their Windows Mobile devices and have fun.

Right now, Cake Poker is the only online poker site that offers a mobile poker app exclusively for Windows Mobile users. But players will have to install Microsoft’s .NET Compact Framework before they can use it. Besides, Birdsoft is a company that specializes in creating apps for Windows Mobile and they have already launched an attractive Texas Hold’em app for Windows Mobile.

All-in Hold’em is considered to be the best mobile poker app for Windows Mobile. It is a feature-rich app that gives players the ultimate Texas Hold’em experience in the Limit, No Limit, and Pot Limit formats. The gaming action is available in the Quick Play mode and Career Mode and can be saved so that players can start the game from the same point at which they stopped playing.

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Tim Glocks is a retired professor, he currently contributes to Tim enjoys playing poker and has taken it up as a hobby since his retirement. He has taken part in many online tournaments and has become a veteran in a short space of time. Visit Tim’s google + page here