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Mike Caro Mike Caro in the 2006 World Series of Texas Hold'em Poker Nickname(s) The Mad Genius Residence Signal Hill, California Born (1944-05-16) May 16, 1944 (age 70) World Series of Texas Hold'em Poker Bracelet(s) None Money finish(es) 7 Highest ITM Main Event finish None World Texas Hold'em Poker Tour Title(s) None Final table(s) None

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Money finish(es) 1 Mike A. Caro (born May 16, 1944 in Joplin, MO) is a professional online hold'em poker player, pioneer online hold'em poker theorist, author of poker books, and casino executive.[1] Author[edit]In 1978 he contributed 50 statistical tables to Doyle Brunson's Super/System and wrote that book's chapter on draw poker. He acts as a consultant to many casinos, providing odds, and he helped develop the Online Hold'em Poker Probe, the first serious commercial PC program for analyzing online hold'em poker situations. He is the founder of the Mike Caro University of Online Hold'em Poker, Gaming and Life Strategy, the world's first permanent online hold'em poker school. He was one of the few people who believed in the 1990s that real money online online hold'em poker would work (most people said it would not).[citation needed] Caro is the author of a number of books about poker, including:

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