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A weblog authored by Carthik about the latest in the WordPress world.

Thursday, September 23, 2004

Of Poker and Bison

Filed under: Uncategorized — Carthik @ 6:30 pm

Perhaps the most esoteric plugin I have ever come across is the WP PokerHand Plugin. With the arrival of this plugin, WP is now the greatest and bestest tool for poker players who like their hands to be seen :) I have no idea what the intended Bison Plugin would do, but I guess it must related to a card game. I am routinely amazed by the variety of plugins and hack that WordPress users come up with. The WordPress project is alive and kickin’, come get some!

I expect a few WordPress users to find use for this plugin, including MooKitty.

Any guesses as what the next plugin is going to be? Can you predict any plugins (those that you intend to write are not valid guesses – that is fore-knowledge :) ) that might be written in the future?


  1. WordPress Plugin: Card Converter
    Card Converter is a WordPress plugin with poker bloggers in mind, but it can be used by anyone who would like to display playing cards in posts and comments. It will take card abbreviations such as Ad (meaning Ace of diamonds) and convert it to a CSS g…

    Trackback by MtDewVirus — 9/28/2004 @ 6:59 pm

  2. I would love to see a WP plugin that has the same or better functionality of the reblog.org code. I’ve looked everywhere for such a plugin, but no luck so far. Any ideas?

    Comment by Joe — 10/7/2004 @ 4:55 pm

  3. Regarding “Bison”, I found this:


    It appears to convert histories of poker games. Perhaps he’s going to right a WP plugin version of that script.

    Comment by Dennis Williamson — 10/17/2004 @ 3:26 pm

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