credits, licenses, and tools used

♦ ♦ ♦ Information about the elements used to build Poker1 ♦ ♦ ♦.

Thanks for joining our family by visiting Poker1. Unlike most other sites, we like to make our development information public, so you can be part of our growth. That’s why Mike Caro has included our daily to-do list and our changelog (two files used internally) on the home page.

Here is some other information, specifying software used to run Poker1 and credits for graphics and other elements not owned by us.


Artisteer. Theme development software. This was used in the early stages of creating the Poker1 visual theme, which was then modified. Many changes were programmed into the PHP, CSS, and other files, resulting in the unique Poker1 environment you see now.

WordPress. This is open source blogging and content management software, with functionality heavily modified for our purposes.



Breadcrumb NavXT

Executable PHP Widget

Flexi Quote Rotator

Google Analytics for WordPress

Search & Replace

Simple:Press Forum

Related Posts

WordPress Related Posts


WP Simple Paypal Shopping Cart

WP Super Cache


Film8ker: America roulette wheel graphic. Released into the public domain. Downloaded from

Tom Wiedeman: Post to (Usenet group) quoted in entry “Poker Tournaments — Too-great expectations”

Michael Wiesenberg: Created the Wiesenberg / MCU Official Dictionary of Poker; contributed numerous entries, including the “Aunt Sophie” series.

Jeffrey Wright: Poker photos from Iraq


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For more information about Poker1, see our FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions). Enjoy your poker1 adventure!

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Known as the “Mad Genius of Poker,” Mike Caro is generally regarded as today's foremost authority on poker strategy, psychology, and statistics. He is the founder of Mike Caro University of Poker, Gaming, and Life Strategy (MCU). See full bio → HERE.


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