Texas Holdem on PokerStars and Switch Poker

Playing poker on the iPad can be more of a challenge than you might think, especially if you want to play for real money. A few months ago it was even tougher, but recently, some of the real money Texas holdem sites have started stepping up to the plate by putting together software clients that are designed specifically to be used on iPads and other mobile devices. This page takes a look at a few (but not all) of the options available.

You can learn about the pros and cons of the บาคาร่าออนไลน์ platform. It will allow you to choose the right poker table to have more benefits and increase in the bank balance. The picking of the table is with the skills and intelligence to get the desired results. Learning about it is essential to have the expected results. 

PokerStars for the iPad

PokerStars is far and away the largest site offering real money games, and they now offer a mobile client that should work with your iPad. Their app is available for download from the Apple store. They offer more than just one app, though, and some of them serve purposes other than playing. For example, they have a app where you can watch footage from PokerStars TV on your iPhone or iPad. They also have an app with a poker clock function, which you can use to run your home tournaments.

The only drawback to PokerStars is that they don’t accept players from the United States anymore, but it’s hard to blame them for that. The U.S. government came down on them really hard for violations to UIGEA, but they’ve since settled with the government there. One of the terms of that agreement was that they’d stop taking rounders from the United States. If you live in a more enlightened country, and you want to play poker for real money on your iPad, then PokerStars is probably the place to go.

Switch Poker

A company named Switch Poker launched in 2010 with the specific purpose of taking advantage of the new era of wireless and mobile devices and the desire of those users to play poker for real money. Like PokerStars, they don’t offer real money games to players from the United States. They’re also a very new poker network, with a relatively small player base–at peak times, there are only 50 or so players on the entire network at once. They lack game variety, too, but they’re certainly a company to watch. They’re in the right niche, and their software looks amazing on Apple mobile devices. (It looks good on Android devices, too, for that matter.)

World Series of Poker

Another option is the “World Series of Poker” video game from EA, but this isn’t what most people think of when they’re looking for an online game of holdem. You don’t play against other players in this version; you play against AI opponents. (I could be wrong about this, but I couldn’t find a lot of information on their website about how their game works.) One thing was clear, though–it’s for entertainment purposes only. You know what that means, don’t you? No cash changing hands in this game.