Malaysian Poker App – FEB2019
The Malaysia Poker App is a fascinating way to play poker from the comfort of your own home. The developers have pulled together a wonderful game, based on the real-life PGA Tour event, the World Poker Tour, to be played in Malaysia, starting in February 2020. This is the first of its kind and promises to be a huge success as it expands into a multi-faceted global sports property with multiple game venues. You can check out the Malaysia Poker App by downloading it from the internet for free right now, before the date of its official launch.
When you download the Malaysia Poker App for iPhone and Android devices from the App Store, you will receive the same content features as those of the real PGA Tour events. You will see the logo, tournament screens and participant lists, which are shown in real time on your device. You can also track your own scores and tournaments, as well as those of other players in your league, in the same way that you would do on the internet.
As soon as you download the app for iPhone and Android devices from the App Store, you will immediately be able to log on to the site and register for the first game of the new poker game from Malaysia. You may also participate in the tournament immediately, which will start on February 19th. You will receive all the same information about how to play, including chips, cards and other poker playing equipment, as you would if you were to participate in the actual FEB break tournament. As in any other tournament, you must enter your game chip stack ahead of time, and you must follow the rules of the tournament.
The new poker room, based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia offers two different ways to play. The “rooms” are split between Regular and VIP, and you can choose to play in one or both, depending on your preference. The Regular tables contain players who have set a minimum deposit of MTR (Malaysian Ringbill), while the VIP tables are exclusively for top quality players. If you choose to play in the VIP tables, you will be entitled to specific services, such as private advertising on the website, and the right to print your team name on your cards. If you enter a game and do not earn your points, you will not be removed from the table – this is one of the most popular features of the Malaysia Poker App, which was created by Card Catalyst.
If you like the challenges of the unknown and the thrill of poker gambling, the new poker game in Malaysia is an excellent choice. Although the site does not yet have an in-house tournament schedule, players can still participate in a freeroll, live and NFA events, as well as tournament freeroll (post new) games. There is a great deal of support for this great game online, which makes it easy to learn the rules and start betting immediately. There is even a simple interface designed to make the gaming experience quick and fun.
It has been almost two months since we last posted an article on the Malaysia Poker App. In this article we looked at the basic rules, how to cash in winnings and what types of freeroll games are there. Today we will take a look at how to cash in NFOs. When you enter a freeroll game, you will be prompted to select the ‘NFO’ option on your poker card. If you have an NFO, then the text will appear underneath the image of your card. You can see all your winnings in the table below, along with the names of the players that came in on the line.
The new poker app comes with a neat little feature that allows you to see your past hands on the screen. To access this cool new function, you click on ‘My Hand History’ on the main menu and you will be taken to a screen where you can view your past hands. This makes it very easy to check if you are on the winning side, or if a certain hand is a bad fit for your overall strategy. Another great feature of the Malaysia Poker App is the handy button located on the lower left corner that lets you switch from playing in the Foosball room on the left to the NFO room on the right! This handy button is especially useful when you need to switch from game to game, as it gives you a nice clean quick view of the action.
If you haven’t checked out the Malaysia Poker App, I highly recommend checking it out. After downloading it, you should be able to play a few hands on the website and view game statistics, along with the hands that you dealt with, the full name of the player that you were playing against, and even a photo of your hand. The features are great, and it would be interesting to see what else comes out of Malaysia before the end of the next year. I know I am looking forward to getting started.