Mike Caro coined the famous poker
Mike Caro coined the famous texas hold'em poker tells "Weak means Strong" and "Strong means Weak", meaning that players will try to fool other players by acting the opposite way of the true strength of their texas hold'em poker hand.  In 1984 at the World Series of Texas Hold'em Poker he demonstrated Orac (Caro backwards), a texas hold'em poker-playing computer program that he had written. Orac was the world's first serious attempt at an AI texas hold'em poker player, and most poker professionals were surprised at how well it played.
Casino executive and poker player
Casino executive and online hold'em poker player Caro was the chief strategist for the Bicycle Casino when it opened in 1984 and was named the general manager of the Huntington Park Casino in 1986. In 1992 he helped organize the "World Online Hold'em Poker Finals" at Foxwoods Resort Casino, the first corporate sponsored tournament. He is also a persistent advocate for four-color decks in card rooms and tournaments. Caro developed much of his online hold'em poker theory in conversations with John Fox and Art Szathmary. As of 2009[update], his total career live tournament winnings exceed $150,000. His wife Phyllis Caro is director of online hold'em poker operations at Hollywood Park Casino.