Poker Trivia: Where did the order of suits originate? Read on for the answer!
BLUFFING – To deceive by a show of confidence in the strength of confidence in one’s cards.
You may be a member of the Royal Flush Club, but these members have played the most royal flushes in Poker Pals history! Practice definitely makes perfect. Careful, noisebag, Michael_ isn’t too far behind you for the top spot!
Congratulations to the two Royal Flush Club members of the week!
POKER TRIVIA: When was the first online poker site launched?
Can you answer today’s poker trivia? Read on for the answer!
It’s your lucky day! We have a few Poker Pals strategy tips from one of our Royal Flush Club members, Marcelino Rosario. As a Royal Flush Club member since August 2012 (He was featured on our blog!), he’s certainly learned the ropes and perfected his skills in the world of Poker Pals. Marcelino’s username is ibchuck7 if you’re looking for a challenging game. Think you’re up for it?
Congratulations to the top 5 players on the Leaderboards this week!
Did you make the cut? Keep an eye on recent high scores, and step your game up this week. You just might make our next blog post. Game on, Poker Pals!
The Leaderboards showcase the highest scores for both single games and multiplayer wins. What is your favorite way to play Poker Pals? Leave us a comment below!
Check out this week’s leaderboard for Royal Flushes. By the way- have you gotten a Royal Flush lately? Be sure to tweet us a snapshot when you get one and you can join the Royal Flush Club!
Want to win a $50 iTunes gift card? Of course you do! Poker Pals is giving away one $50 iTunes gift card on Friday, October 19, 2012. It’s easy to enter to win. All you have to do is tweet this message:
Poker Pals is giving away a $50 iTunes gift card on Fri. RT to enter! http://bit.ly/pokerpalstw *Winner will be DM so follow @PokerPalsGame*
You can tweet as many times as you’d like to increase your chances of winning. The winner will be selected randomly from all entries.
On Friday, October 19, 2012 the winner will be announced on Twitter and contacted through a direct message on Twitter, so don’t forget to follow Poker Pals.
It’s that time of the week again. Welcome back to our Technical Thursday post. Find out what to do if your upgraded Poker Pals version reverts back to the free version with ads:
I paid for the “full” version of Poker Pals when you first released it. Now I am being asked to “upgrade” and pay again for the same game! What can I do to avoid this charge?
You shouldn’t have to pay again to upgrade if you have upgraded once before. If ads appear after you have already paid to upgrade, please contact us via Twitter and notify us of this problem. We will verify that you have paid and correct this mistake.