The Ladbrokes Poker App – Dos and Don’ts
Whether you’re playing poker on the Ladbrokes Poker App for Android for the first time, or simply transferring your game to the Android version from standard internet poker, it’s important to have some sense of the differences between the two formats. Here are some Dos and Don’ts to help you to adjust to this new and exciting format.
Do make sure you’ve already put some funds into your Ladbrokes poker wallet before loading up the App and hitting the tables. At this point the Ladbrokes Poker App doesn’t come with its own inbuilt depositing feature, so any funds you play with will need to already have been deposited.
Don’t register for a long-lasting tournament if, while playing it, you’re likely to have to go into a place with no internet coverage, like on the tube for example. These are the big decisions a poker player must face – go home and risk losing the tournament while on the tube, or stay at work and take a shot at a big score. Not that much of a decision, really.
Do take the chance to familiarise yourself with the game of poker, if you’re completely new to both the game and the app. Ladbrokes offers you the perfect opportunity to do this, with its ‘play money’ tables that allow you to figure out how to bluff, re-raise and value bet without risking your hard-earned cash.
Don’t forget, you’re playing on a phone. If you need to work on your hand-eye co-ordination before settling in to take your shot at the big-time, do so – it could prove incredibly valuable when working with the Bottom Pane, Ladbrokes’ in-game control-panel. Ladbrokes have designed it to be extremely responsive yet well-appointed – but for the clumsy ones among us, a quick spell of sewing or arranging matchsticks might be useful.