SickHand - Poker logger for you and your allies

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Poker companion to log your poker sessions
SickHand helps you easily reflect back on past poker sessions and converse about it with your friends.

Why log poker games? Reflecting back on past sessions, opponents, and hands are a great way to improve your game. It will help you rethink your game strategy and evolve as a poker player.


Key features of SickHand
No shady permissions like others
No internet required
No online registeration or login required
Secure offline data storage
Fast and detailed hand action logging
Log cash games and tournaments
Past session history
Opponent tracking
Real time live session sharing and hand data with allies
Offline app but can be used online
Built by a real cash game poker player. Not corporate BS.

NO SHADY PERMISSIONS
Before I get into the features, I just want to point out that there are some apps out there obviously copying my features. That's fine and I honestly love the fact that I thought of something that others would want to copy, some of them are done well but watch out for the permissions they are asking. Super shady permissions are required on all of these. Which is another reason why I needed to create this for myself. Don't get hacked! You should always only use apps that only need permissions to do what it needs to do.

Convenient hand logging
When sitting at the table, you don't want to spend 5 minutes logging hand information. And if you're like me you won't remember every hand detail after an 8 hour session. SickHand was made to be super fast and easy to add hand information so you won't miss the next hand.

Cash game and tournaments
I'm mainly a cash game player but I play some tournaments as well. Since the set up and flow are different in tournaments, I made sure it logs relevant details geared toward tournaments.

Marking Opponents (Opponent Tracking)
If you are a regular local cash or tournament player like me, you know you run into the same sharks and donkeys every time. SickHand will give you a way to keep tabs on them, take notes and remember their strengths and weaknesses so when you run into them again, you can look back at their profile and review the hands you had with them. It's an easy way to remind yourself what type of player they are, what to watch out for, and what history you have had with them. This has helped me a lot as I have history with many locals.

Live online session viewing and sharing hands
Aside from being a personal poker logger, this feature is the most important feature that has helped drive my obsession to create this app. Have you ever tried to text message a friend about a poker hand? Do you ever end up texting.. "I had Ad As and Seat 3 had KsQc and the flop came Ac Kd 3s.. and then". To me this was super frustrating. As we all know already, in a poker hand there are way too many variables that shape the dynamics of what really happened in a hand. Where was the blind? Who was in the hand? What seat are you in? Is your opponent on your left? What kind of players are at the table? All these details that could be represented easily if your friend was able to watch you playing at the table live. This is what I’m trying to recreate. There is an online mode.

When you are in online mode, your friends can become your "allies". Once an ally, you can share your live session with them and they can see everything from table structure, blinds, opponents and the notes you have on them all live as you update the session. This helped dramatically clear so many questions when discussing hands.

Offline mode by default and quick switching
Not everyone wants to be online. And sometimes you may want to go online and share your session. So I made it easy to switch back and forth from being completely private to being able to share your sessions online with your friends. Offline mode is set by defaults so there isn't any need to worry about leaking any data online if you just want to use the app privately.
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What's New

Quick tap recent cash game sessions
Long press seats to add chip stacks when adding hands
Bug fixes
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Additional Information

Updated
July 3, 2020
Size
31M
Installs
500+
Current Version
2.2.1
Content Rating
Mature 17+
Interactive Elements
Users Interact
Permissions
Offered By
SickHand
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