LONDON, England - DevilfishPoker.com today launched a new version of its poker software client with an array of new features to enhance the playing experience. This upgrade offers Devilfish
Devilfish Poker Poker players one of the most user friendly and intuitive interfaces available.
Following extensive consultation with DevilfishPoker.com players, a new table layout has been developed to provide a full selection of betting options and a responsive betting slider, without compromising the clean spacious design which makes Devilfish Poker so popular.
'Dealer Info' and 'Player Chat' options have been merged into one box on the bottom left side of the table allowing space for the extra betting options on the bottom right.
Along with the existing 'Fold/Check/Call' buttons, new raising buttons include: 'Min' (minimum raise); '1/2' (half-pot); '3/4' (three-quarter pot); 'Pot'; and 'All-In'.
Above the betting buttons is the new 'Betting Slider' which allows players to either type in an exact amount or to use the slider to increase their bet creating a best of breed poker user interface.
Tournament information options have been streamlined so players no longer need to go back to the main lobby. A new 'Info' button has been added to the client giving a one-stop mechanism for players to view payouts and remaining player information.
Players now also have the option of viewing their folded cards for the rest of the current hand by simply hovering over their username.
Additionally players can view the strength of their hand by checking the 'Show Hand Strength' check box in the 'Options' section of the main lobby.
Dave "Devilfish" Ulliott, ambassador for the online poker site said, "These changes at Devilfish Poker offer all of our players a richer game playing experience while making it easier to do what they do best - play cards!"
|Devilfish Poker is an Online Poker room created by non other than David "The Devilfish" Ulliot. Devilfish Poker offers multiple poker rooms and games all backed by the "Devilfish" theme.|
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