Alex Foxen and Kristen Bicknell created their own poker software

Alex Foxen and Kristen Bicknell

​Recently, two famous poker players Alex Foxen and Kristen Bicknell decided to formalize their relationship.

Despite the fact that the famous poker couple got engaged, they also worked on the creation of a joint poker project. This is about a poker app for smartphones called All-In Order Poker.

Essentially, All-In Order Poker is a poker tracker with a minimalist design and a wide range of features. Despite the fact that online poker market is full of auxiliary apps for smartphones, Foxen and Bicknell promise a fundamentally new approach for tracking players’ actions.

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In addition to the standard set of poker tracker features, the app will also track all expenses of player, even personal expenses for food, travel, etc.

It is worth noting another advantage of this software, namely the tracking of backing transactions. Due to the fact that the exact time and date of transaction will be tracked, poker players and their backers will have much less disagreement in conflict situations. All-In Order Poker basic subscription costs $10 per month. However, some users consider this price too high. Anyway, time will show the program effectiveness.

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