“Match Poker” Skill-Poker Game & Mind-Sport Apps Scheduled for Feb Release

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by - Friday, February 11th, 2022 3:26

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Match Poker is played like a standard No-Limit Texas Hold ‘Em poker game, with the key difference being that when you play Match Poker, you will always be competing against other players who are playing the same hand as you, from the same position as you. Also, the game has a different scoring system.

The game even has its own International Federation (International Federation of Match Poker) with a mission to grow this skill poker game internationally.

Match Poker received recognition as a ‘Mind Sport’.

In April 2010, IFMP secured provisional membership of the International Mind Sports Association (IMSA) at IMSA’s annual congress in Dubai

Where to compete at Match Poker online?

The Match Poker Online app revolutionizes poker by allowing players for the first time to see how they stack up skill-wise against each other.

How is this possible? Players around the world don’t play random hands, but instead battle it out in the exact same hands as other players, with the goal of winning as many chips as possible.

This offers some unique and fun insight as players see how their own decisions compare against others. You can determine if your aggression was ill-advised or maybe you should have raised instead of checking. All of these statistics are available from every match for players to review.

About the MatchPoker App

  • The app will be available in the Google Play Store and Apple App Store.
  • It will be available only on for Android Phones and iPhones, but the company aims to have a web-based version and tablet/large device play in the near future.
  • The app will be available to download and play from GMT 00:00 on Tuesday the 15th of February (this coming Tuesday). That’s 7pm ET on Monday the 14th in the US.
  • The company behind the app is an Australian company called Match Poker Online Pty Ltd – and this is their first project.

More info: MatchPoker.com

David Burke

iGaming news journalist & editor at PokerIndustryNews.com & GamblingIndustryNews.com