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The latest edition of Card Player Magazine is now available online and features Phil Hellmuth, winner of the 2012 World Series of Poker Europe main event.

Hellmuth’s 13th bracelet also came with a first-place prize of €1,022,376. After winning, the man known as “the poker brat” talked about his performance.

“I’m humbled by this,” he said. “I’m still trying to figure out if this is real or not. This was the best poker I have ever played in my life, I know that for certain. I played as good as I could possibly play and caught a few breaks, and here I am. I’m very thankful.”

Other features in this issue include player interviews with Greg Merson, David Randall, Eric Lynch and Casey Jarzabek as well as strategy columns from the likes of Roy Cooke, Gavin Griffin, Ed Miller, Andrew Brokos, Dusty Schmidt, Matt Glantz and Matthew Hilger. You can also read columns from personalities such as Bart Hanson and Matt Lessinger.

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