Poker Trainer - Learn Poker

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3.7
214 reviews
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Content rating
Teen
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About this game

Play to learn and learn to win at poker! Have fun and practice one skill at a time to master the game and gain confidence in your ability. Poker Trainer offers five poker training exercises for players on all levels. Choose between:

• Preflop – With optimal GTO ranges for all scenarios (or create your own).
• Postflop – Hand reading with equity. Assess your hands equity against your opponent’s range.
• Hand Ranking – Recognize hand strength and rank different poker hands.
• Best Hand – Learn to quickly assess and identify the best hand out of three.
• Odds – Practice calculating odds to determine if an action will be a profitable or losing play.

Most exercises work offline if you want to practice without internet access. All exercises have levels you can climb as you learn more. Check your skills in play mode and compete for high score. Review and replay your mistakes in preflop and postflop. Choose practice mode to get instant feedback.

Poker Trainer includes a free Odds Calculator (also known as Equity Calculator) where you can check equity of your hand against villains hand or range using all the built-in preflop ranges.

Please note, Poker Trainer is only designed for poker training to improve understanding of the game and does not offer online or real money gameplay. Read more at www.pokertrainer.se.
Updated on
Nov 6, 2022

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3.7
214 reviews
Craig Colbeck
October 20, 2021
Hi again. I'm trying to learn ranges, and a mini game that's simpler than the preflop one might help. Instead of or alongside Best Hand, how about an opening game? I'm thinking of one based on whether to fold, raise, or limp from various positions. In other words, I need something to help me memorize ranges before action starts. Thanks for reading.
9 people found this review helpful
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Poker Trainer
October 19, 2021
The intention is to practice being able to quickly identify who has the best hand out of several different hands. I agree that it look a bit strange, since you wouldn't be playing with 3 hands turned up like this. The intention is to improve speed of accurately assessing how your hand value compares to other's, it will not improve your strategy.
Ali
September 24, 2022
I'm a Premium subscriber. Please include full table 8-10 player options for your pre and post flop exercises. This is helpful for live game players. Not everyone is able to play online games.
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Poker Trainer
October 10, 2022
Understood, thanks for the feedback! It's on the todo list, but not at the top yet, so it might take a while.
Nelson676
June 18, 2022
Couple things I wish could be changed but great learning app, worth the subscription price. As an example for practicing figuring pot odds, to choose what size blinds so it's not jumping from 1/2 blinds to 25/50 etc.
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Poker Trainer
June 21, 2022
Thanks for feedback Nelson. I agree with your improvement suggestion, I have on my to-do list to make the pot odds exercise more interesting, applicable and dynamic.

What's new

Pricing made clearer and other minor improvements.