Kristen Bicknell and Alex Foxen have released a new poker app that will record everything a professional poker player needs. All-In Order will track every detail from both cash and tournament play, and also from staking and action swaps.
Excited to announce the release of All In Order Poker @allinorderpoker@WAFoxen and I have been hands on in creating a poker tracking app with a minimalist design that tracks performance from cash games, tournaments, staking, and swaps.
Check it out in the app store today! pic.twitter.com/ELs6Kjikcx
— Kristen Bicknell (@krissyb24poker) September 8, 2021
Kristen Bicknell and Alex Foxen Release Their New Poker App
Many readers might think that the poker world doesn’t need yet another tracking app, but both Bicknell and Foxen aren’t exactly short of cash so they must really believe in the product.
Popular Twitter poster Kevin Mathers tweeted that he has already signed up to be a brand ambassador for the product so we can be sure of getting regular updates on what’s hot and what’s not.
I’m acting as one of the Brand Ambassadors for the @allinorderpoker App. Give it a try and if there’s any issues, let me know and I’ll do my best to get answers for you https://t.co/fvSNqurt2d
— Kevin Mathers (@Kevmath) September 8, 2021
All-In Order Poker App Review
The main features that will be of use to every poker player is the ability to track the profit/loss of every session, including any additional expenses.
Live poker players are notoriously bad at recording their results, particularly when it comes to losing sessions.
It is also important to keep a tally on regular expenses such as travel costs. All of this eats into the profit and distorts the real results.
One poster was quick to complain about the costs. Kevin Mathers indicated that the price range runs from $9.99/month to $99.99/year with a 7-day free trial available.
Poker players can be notoriously tight-fisted so this may be a future issue.
There were also grumblings about getting involved with two anti-vaxers. The pair hit the headlines last week complaining against the WSOP vaccine mandate, posting alt-right sources as to why people shouldn’t get jabbed.
It will be interesting to see how much their reputations have been hit because of this backwards view.
The All-In Order Poker App also Tracks Staking and Swaps
The feature that is really different on the All-In Poker app is being able to track any staking and swaps.
This is becoming more common in the live poker world and the more horses a player has the more important it is to keep proper track of their results.
How many times have we heard about financial disagreements between backer and player in the past?
The swaps feature is interesting. This is more common at the higher stakes when friends agree to swap a certain amount of action when playing in the same event. This irons out variance and is also becoming more popular.
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