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The latest edition of Card Player Magazine is now available online and features Matt Matros, winner of back-to-back-to-back bracelets at the last three years of the World Series of Poker.

Matros has been one of the most successful tournament players around for the last few years, but flies under the radar a bit because he isn’t flashy, plays only a small amount of tournaments each year and doesn’t seek the spotlight.

“I wouldn’t go so far as to say that poker has an image problem, but I do think that the average poker fan has a skewed picture of what a successful poker player looks like, or has to look like,” said Matros. “After the boom, it was the guys who could 30-table online who were getting all of the attention, and for good reason, but that isn’t the only player out there making a living off the game. Now that online poker is the United States is kind of at a crossroads, it’s not the kind of player we necessarily want to focus on to create new interest.”

Other features in this issue include player interviews with Galen Hall, Chris Sparks, Taylor Caby, Mohsin Charania and Chip Jett as well as strategy columns from the likes of Roy Cooke, Matt Lessinger, Dusty Schmidt, Ed Miller, Andrew Brokos, Adam Schoenfeld, Matt Glantz and Matthew Hilger.

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