[OFFICIAL Support Thread] Equity Battle - Equity training NEW: Ranges

    • TomGrill
      Joined: 26.03.2005 Posts: 1,842
      Hello guys,

      I would like to introduce my app for Android and iOS called Equity Battle.

      Equity Battle is a training tool which helps you to become faster and more accurate in guessing the current equity of your hand in a certain poker situation.

      Equity Battle offers different ways to improve your poker skills. There is a campaign mode providing more than 250 challenging levels with increasing difficulty for game types Texas Hold'em and Omaha. The training mode allows you to focus on a certain weakness to strengthen it. And you can play against other players using the multiplayer mode.

      Equity Battle makes use of the freemium business model. You can download the app at Google Play and Apple's App Store for free. The free version comes with restricted access to all features and is supported by advertisements. The upgrade to premium version can be done due to in app purchases for about $5. The premium version removes restrictions and advertisements.

      You can find out more from the website: http://equitybattle.com

      Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.equitybattle
      App Store: https://itunes.apple.com/de/app/equity-battle/id950349444?mt=8&uo=4&at=1l3vtHN

      Social Links:
      Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/EquityBattle/638793299528891
      Twitter: https://twitter.com/EquityBattle


      Feedback & Support
      Please send me your feedback I am always willing to listen. The German community already helped out a lot during the developing process.
      Also if you have trouble running the app please tell me and I will help you.

      Email: tom@equitybattle.com
      Skype: tomgrill
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      Important: please note that PokerStrategy.com does not take any responsibility for the software advertised in this thread.
      We were not involved in the development and thus cannot guarantee the reliability or proper functionality of this software.
      You use the software described in this thread at your own risk.
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