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Latest Issue Of Card Player Europe Magazine Now Available Online

April's Issue Discusses Irish Champions, Overused Poker Expressions, Twitter, Hand Analysis, And Much More

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The April issue of Card Player Europe is now available online and features an Irish special with a look at Europe’s longest running no-limit hold’em tournament, the Irish Open.

Before finding its new champ, Kevin Vandersmissen, who is featured in an upcoming digital edition, this cover story takes a look at the tournament’s history, and how the year was for the defending PaddyPowerPoker.com Sole Survivor and overall champion Niall Smyth.

The issue also gets to grips with Ireland’s pride Eoghan O’Dea who finished sixth in the 2011 World Series of Poker main event for more than $1.7 million.

Other features include The Poker Ten — Overused Poker Terms And Expressions and Bart Hanson’s Crushing Live Poker With Twitter, not to forget blogs and a ton of analysis featuring Tom Schneider, Sorel Mizzi, Steve O’Dwyer, and Antonio Esfandiari.

Why not test a digital subscription right now by viewing one of the free articles from this issue. In April’s edition check out a key hand for Anton Wigg on the way to taking down the European Poker Tour Copenhagen and an indepth interview with Joe Hachem regarding everything from his main event win to his new role as ambassador for the Asian Poker Tour.

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