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Latest Issue Of Card Player Europe Magazine Now Available Online

Marvin Rettenmaier Fronts Jam-Packed Issue Featuring Strategy, Analysis, Interviews, Blogs, And More

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The March issue of Card Player Europe is available online now. Fronting the spring issue is German pro Marvin Rettenmaier as he tells the story of how he rocketed into poker’s limelight and how determined he is to become Card Player’s Player Of The Year.

Where’s Your Head At? is a feature which gives insight to the life of a poker pro, with comments from some of the world’s best about traveling, games and hobbies outside of poker, the best thing about being a professional poker player, Black Friday, and finally how their year was and what they want from 2012. You can also check out player’s picks of who impressed them the most on the felt last year.

Other features include The Poker Ten — The Most Annoying Player Habits At The Table, plus the spotlight is on Justin Young in this issue’s Capture The Flag.

There are also blogs and analysis by the likes of Irish Open champion Niall Smyth, Roy Cooke, and Matt Glantz and a Hand History featuring Barry Greenstein, Tom Dwan, and Peter Eastgate.

Why not test a digital subscription right now by viewing one of the free articles from this issue. Get to know Xuan Liu a little better, check out Miikka Anttonen’s usually controversial blog, or get into the mind of David Vamplew during a tough hand.

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