Online destination for the weekly group poker game is now available for virtual play
NEWPORT BEACH, Calif., July 27, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Saritasa , a leading custom software development and technology company, today announced the completion of a new web development project for VersusPoker, the ultimate private-game poker platform. VersusPoker was launched as an online destination for players to have that in-person poker experience online and for streamers, both professional and amateur, who want to give their games a televised feel.
Paul Wasserman & Jack Wasserman – Father & Son Duo behind VersusPoker Heads Up Showdown Mode in a VersusPoker game Versus Poker is the brainchild of Paul and Jack Wasserman, the father-and-son team that sorely missed their weekly poker nights during the pandemic. After searching in vain for an online platform that would let them challenge family and friends, the Wassermans decided to develop their own online gaming platform.
What makes VersusPoker different from other online poker platforms is it is structured to host private poker games online as a social, visual experience. Central to this is the audio and video avatar that shows all players at their table positions simulating a live gaming experience. Dynamically changeable blinds, antes and timers also allow players to customize all aspects of gameplay.
In addition, as long-time gamers and card players, Paul and Jack know the importance of statistics in poker; both to help one become a better player and also to use as a cudgel to abuse your friends. That’s why natively integrated, deep and persistent statistics were critical to them. VersusPoker players are able to see exactly how much money they’ve won or lost against every other player, their VPIP, PFR and Continuation Bet percentages, biggest pot won, how much money they’ve lost by folding the best hand, and even how many times they got “screwed” on the River! These statistics, and many others, are persistently tracked, viewable and separated into cash and tournament-specific reports.
“No platform existed that allowed players to replicate what it is like to play poker in an in-person setting,” said Paul Wasserman, co-founder of […]