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Shan "Pacman" Jing Wins CPPT Bicycle Main Event

Shan “Pacman” Jing has won the CPPT Bicycle Casino main event and $135,981. Jing, who’s known as Pacman in the L.A. poker scene, is a regular in card rooms across California. Aside from a few ...


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The latest edition of Card Player Magazine is now available online and features Dan Smith, whose 2012 campaign has been one of the best live tournament runs in poker history.

Smith, who started his love of games with chess, has over $3.5 million in tournament earnings this year alone.

“For Christmas, when I was six, my uncle Paul got me a dino-checkers set,” Smith said. “I played that a lot with my sister, and one day I grabbed chess off the shelf. She corrected me, but I said, ‘chess, checkers, who cares? Let’s just play this.’ I think it was the second day of playing chess that I was able to beat my sister, who was five years older. Within two weeks I was able to beat my dad.”

Other features in this issue include player interviews with David Baker and Kyle Cartwright as well as strategy columns from the likes of Roy Cooke, Gavin Griffin, Ed Miller, Andrew Brokos, Alan Schoonmaker, Bob Ciaffone and Steve Zolotow. You can also read columns from personalities such as Bart Hanson, Linda Johnson and Bernard Lee.

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