Ok so I work in a software development company and we have been working on a web based poker site. We have other ideas and apps we are on but I just wanted to get a feel for what peoples opinion on this would be.
We currently have the ability to launch a web based site/network for play money or real money (using moneybookers for example). The reason for web based as everyone is probably aware is that itunes wont allow real money gambling apps etc so a web based method is one way around this. This would also allow people to run it through any tablet and not just the ipad (and obviously desktop/laptops)
I play alot of poker and from a personal side ideally i would like to just play on my own given sites on my ipad but without using software like “desktop connect” or “WYSE” etc. you cant and imo they are too laggy, unresponsive for an enjoyable experience. Its more than likely only a matter of time before youll be able to run Stars etc on a windows tablet
But in the mean time we are very seriously thinking about launching a real money site that you can access through any tablets. Just wanted to get feedback on this, given that the site would be secure and on the presumption all users money is safe etc how would you feel about such a site.
Mulitabling would be viable in 2 options. You can have your main table on display with 4 mini views along the left hand side and your main table popping up when its your turn. Or the screen split into 4 we found has also worked. If we do go ahead with a launch of course we would have RNG’s audited and certified etc.
Is it something you think people would be too wary off and stay clear of or is it something you think people would enjoy dabbling in on train journeys etc for small stakes tourneys cash games etc
Anyway any feedback at all would be great , regardless of how harsh!
All Server Based Table and Game Logic. All algorithms are executed on the server, hardened and encrypted.
• 128-bit SHA Security Certificate running over https protocol SSL/TSL
• Brower Client only executes public data and the clients hand data
• Login executed over https
• Certificates Issued from Trusted Certification Authorities, such as VeriSign, MS, etc
• Gaming Lab Certified and Technical System Testing
• Advanced HTML5 and CSS3 implementation
• JQuery and AJAX Encrypted Server Client transactions
My honest feedback is I would rather focus my efforts on the one or two sites I play on now and use Remote Desktop to dial into my PC, allowing me to play poker on my iPad on Full Tilt. I could do this with PokerStars too, if only I didn't live in WA. :-(