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Ivey Poker App Launches On Mobile Devices

  • Donnie PetersDonnie Peters
Phil Ivey

On Monday, Sept. 23, 2013, Ivey Poker launched the mobile version of the Ivey Poker App. In July, Ivey Poker released a beta version of the app on Facebook. According to Ivey Poker, the app has grown to over 10,000 active users. Now with a mobile version available, that number is surely set to grow.

"Bringing Ivey Poker to mobile was the next logical step," said Phil Ivey, nine-time World Series of Poker bracelet winner and founder of Ivey Poker, in a release on IveyPoker.com. "Just like with poker, the app is ever-evolving. We want to offer as many platforms as possible to give everyone a chance to play."

The release went on to remind everyone of the key differences between the Ivey Poker App and other online social poker sites. Named first was the extensive training library that the Ivey Poker App offers. Second was the opportunity "to compete against and learn from Team Ivey." With over 30 players on its roster, including Ivey himself, Patrik Antonius, Greg Merson, Jennifer Harman, and Dan Smith, the list of talent is definitely not short.

Ivey went on to add, "I remember how difficult it was when I first started playing online poker. There were very few options available. If you did not have a PC, you could not play. That is why we are striving to make Ivey Poker available to everyone."

The Ivey Poker App is available for download through Google Play, the Apple App Store, or directly via Facebook.

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