TALLAHASSEE, Fla., Feb. 5, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ — In an announcement that promises to revolutionize poker education, Mike Caro, the legendary “Mad Genius of Poker”, has joined forces with AdvancedPokerTraining.com, the leader in adaptive, high-adrenaline poker training.
As APT’s Chief Strategist, Caro will be improving the quality and diversity of APT’s interactive content, and also offering additional content from his unmatched personal collection of poker strategy writing and multimedia.
“Mike Caro is the original pioneer in poker theory and computerized poker intelligence,” said Steve Blay, Director of Operations for AdvancedPokerTraining.com. “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 remarked, “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 is the author of seven books, including “Mike Caro’s Book of Tells – The Body Language of Poker”, one of the most widely quoted books in the history of poker. A renowned statistician, he also derived 50 statistical tables for Doyle Brunson’s classic book Super/System. Caro currently runs Mike Caro University, and was formerly the Chief Strategist for the Bicycle Casino.
With over 6500 members from 27 countries, AdvancedPokerTraining.com offers players of every skill level a highly customized training experience including the ability to play as many as 500 hands an hour against over 100 lifelike characters, weekly training reports, and a personal online hand history database. APT’s patented system is actually capable of learning and adapting to each member’s unique playing style, and offering advice. Most recently, their revolutionary “Beat the Pro Challenge” feature was received with much excitement in the poker community.
Media Contact: Steve Blay, AdvancedPokerTraining.com, 352-514-7065, email@example.com