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The Best Poker Training Apps for 2021

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If you are serious about your poker game, poker training apps can be a great way for you to study on the go.  With many different apps out there you may be unsure of what app is best for you.  In this article we will go over some of the most popular training apps so you can find out which is best for you.

There are many poker training apps on today’s market but a lot of them are garbage.  We have used all of the most popular training apps and complied a list of what we consider to be the best of the best.  If you are looking for an app for your mobile device so you can study on the go, look no further.  Below you will be sure to find something that is right for you.

DTO Poker Trainer

The best app to study post flop tournament GTO play is the DTO Poker Trainer.  Created by superstar poker player Dominik Nitsche and Markus Prinz, DTO is a great way for you to study GTO spots on the go. 

DTO Poker is available to use for free but to get the most out of it, we recommend on of the paid plans.  Currently they offer more than 60 post flop spots for you to study.  You can play through hands and get instant feedback on how you played the hand.  They also show you the optimal frequencies for each action and as well as the EV for each action so you can see how big of a mistake you made. One really cool feature of DTO Poker is that they have a leaderboard where you can compete against some of the best pros in the game that use DTO Poker themselves.  It makes it super easy to play a spot and then compare your results to those of other DTO Poker users.

While there are a couple other post flop training apps on the market, we feel that DTO is the best.  If you are serious about improving your post flop tournament play, you can’t go wrong with DTO Poker.

Besides the free tier, they offer 3 paid tiers ranging from $9.99 to $99.99 per month with discounts on semi-annual and annual plans.  For more information about DTO Poker and it’s pricing, click here.

DTO – Apple App Store

DTO – Google Play Store

Preflop Advantage Cash Edition

One of the most important things you can do in a poker hand is to play solid preflop ranges.  When you don’t play solid preflop ranges, you will often find yourself in a difficult position postflop because your range will be too wide and good players can exploit this.  The Preflop Advantage by Poker Masterminds is the perfect app to help you study GTO Preflop ranges, covering both Cash games and tournament formats.  The apps are built to be easily navigated and used while playing (always check the rooms rules to see if you are able to use charts).

The Preflop Advantage for Tournaments

If you are a tournament player, this is the app for you.  It has more than 1,500 preflop ranges for a variety of preflop scenarios including:

  • Open Raising / Raise First In
  • Flatting / 3 Betting
  • Multi – Way
  • Rejamming
  • Calling Rejams
  • Push / Fold
  • Call Push
  • Heads Up
  • Advanced Limping

Each scenario has a variety of stack sizes ranging from 10bb – 100bb so you will never be left guessing what to do in a certain spot. 

Preflop Advantage Tournament – Apple App Store

Preflop Advantage Tournament – Google Play Store

The Preflop Advantage for Cash Games

For the cash game players out there, the cash game edition is perfect for you.  The preflop ranges are exact GTO outputs that have been rounded to 10% for easy implementation.  It includes preflop ranges for just about every preflop situation you may encounter including:

  • Open Raising / Raise First In
  • vs 3bet
  • vs Raise First In
  • vs 4bet
  • Squeeze
  • Cold 4bet
  • Heads Up
Each scenario includes ranges for 40bb, 60bb, 100bb, and 150bb stack sizes.  If you are a 6 max cash game player, this app will help you win more money by playing GTO preflop ranges.
 
 
 

SnapShove

Snap Shove

If you have played poker for any amount of time you may already be familiar with the next app, SnapShove.  Created by professional poker player, Max Silver, SnapShove provides you nash equilibrium ranges for for short stack tournament play.

SnapShove is a user friendly interactive push/fold chart.  You can select different inputs such as ante size, number of players, stack size, and positions.  It will then tell you instantly what hands you can push with, what hands you can call a push with, and what hands you can rejam with.  It also has a cool training module that allows you to practice with.

SnapShove is available on both iOS and Android and they also have a web based version.  They have a free version and a pro version. The free version has is-app purchases ranging from $3.49 to $44.99.  The pro version ranges from  $54.99 – $69.99. 

SnapShove Free – Apple App Store

SnapShove Free – Google Play Store

SnapShove Pro – Apple App Store

SnapShove Pro – Google Play Store

Poker Cruncher

Poker Cruncher iPad Version

PokerCruncher is an advanced odds/equity calculator with a lot of features that go way beyond your standard calculator including:

  • Supports up to 10 players
  • Input specific hands, ranges, or random hands
  • Equity/win/tie percentages
  • Dead cards
  • Number of combos in range
  • Heat maps
  • Built in ranges
  • Save your own ranges
  • Made hands in range
  • Plus much more!

If you are really looking to break down ranges and see how they interact on certain boards, PokerCruncher is the perfect app to do so.

It’s available on both iOS and Android devices and they also have a Mac version that has additional expert level features.  They offer both a free and paid version, the free version has limited options.  The paid version ranges from $12.99 to $17.99 and once you purchase it, you own it for life.

Poker Cruncher – Apple App Store

Poker Cruncher iPad – Apple App Store

Poker Cruncher Mac – Apple App Store

Poker Cruncher – Google Play Store

Other Notable Apps

Poker Solver+ – iOS / Android

Poker Snowie – iOS / Android

GTO Sensei – iOS / Android

GTO Jerry

GTO Jerry

I'm a Florida based poker player that has been playing for the better part of my life and have traveled all around playing this game that I love. When not playing I enjoy studying poker, writing about poker, and spending time with my wife, Suzie and our dog, Biscuit.