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Party Poker Releases New Fast-Fold Poker Mobile App

Party Poker Releases New Fast Fold Poker Mobile App

Party Poker, one of the world's biggest and most recognizable poker brands, have announced that they have launched a brand new fast-fold mobile application for their players enjoying the fast-forward tables.

The application has been created to be unique and offer a great experience for players while they play the fast-fold poker game provided by Party Poker. It will be possible to swipe and tap gestures on the screen, which will tell the application which action that you want to do, instead of using buttons, Pokerfuse reports.

Swiping the cards away will fold your hand, double-tapping on your screen will check the hand, while swiping up and down in the right side of the screen will increase or decrease the bet/raise size you are looking to do. It's also possible for players to bet 1/3, 1/2 and 2/3 of the pot by tapping on the pot and choose one of the three, as well as to get a slider up on the screen to bet exactly the amount you wish to bet.

“We’re redefining what it means to play one-handed. Our new fastforward: special edition poker app features a patent pending swipe-based interface that adds another gear to playing fast-forward poker." Party Poker announced in a press release.

“We engineered it specifically for mobile handset users, after thinking about how we use these devices – or should use these devices – to play card games. The game is the same, but how you play is nothing at all like on other mobile poker games.” They added.

The new application is currently available for IOS devices through the Apple App Store in the UK, Austria, Ireland and Sweden. Here you simply download the application, login with your credentials and you are ready to play.

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