Advanced Poker Training Signs Up Poker Legend Mike Caro

Advanced Poker Training Signs Up Poker Legend Mike Caro February 6, 2014 February 6, 2014 Tim Glocks
Posted on  Feb 6, 2014 | Updated on  Feb 6, 2014 by Tim Glocks

One of the most common questions raised about the game of poker is whether poker is a game of luck or a game of skill? Online gambling companies and poker professionals from across the globe insist that it is indeed a game of skill and one needs to study poker strategy really hard if they are to make an impression in the world of poker.

There are a number of players who have been playing poker for years but have yet to make it big or turn pro. One of the main reasons for this is because they need to learn advanced poker strategies and expand their range of skills.

Mike realizes that this gap exists and has put together training programs that focus on educating promising and aspiring poker players and help them with their poker skills and strategy. recently announced that it had taken its training to another level by signing up with Mike Caro, who is also known as the “Mad Genius of Poker” and a legend in the poker community.

In a statement, Steve Blay, Director of Operations for said

Mike Caro is the original pioneer in poker theory and computerized poker intelligence. In 1984, he shocked the poker world by demonstrating his poker playing computer program at the World Series of Poker. I couldn’t be more thrilled that he’s chosen to partner with us in continuing to improve our groundbreaking software.

Caro will work as the company’s chief strategist and will start by focusing his immediate attention on both the quality and diversity of APT’s interactive content. Caro will also contribute from APT by providing them with extra content from his unique personal collection of poker strategy writing and multimedia material.

Speaking about his new partnership with APT, Mike Caro said

I believe we can take poker training to levels never before imagined, using APT’s online magic. APT has astonished the poker industry, with articles in Bluff and Ante Up magazines chronicling its impact on traditional poker training.

Caro has an impressive background in poker and has played a number of roles such as being the former chief strategist for the Bicycle Casino; an author of seven books, including “Mike Caro’s Book of Tells – The Body Language of Poker“, which is considered to be one of the most popular books in the history of poker.

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