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While U.S. Casinos Are Shut Down, You Can Read Card Player Magazine For Free

Card Player Magazine Published Every Two Weeks On CardPlayer.com

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The U.S. brick-and-mortar casino industry is currently on hiatus to help slow the spread of the COVID-19, and we realize that many of our loyal readers do not have their usual access to Card Player Magazine at their local cardroom. So for the duration of the shut down, our readers can access the magazine for FREE!

Card Player Magazine and all of its contents are now available online, with a new edition out every two weeks. Check out the latest issue here.

In this issue, we feature poker bot expert Steve Blay. The creator of Advanced Poker Training has once again changed the way players improve their game with the all-new OmahaPokerTraining.com. Blay discussed everything from machine learning, to whether poker bots play online for real money, to how a no-limit hold’em player can make the leap to PLO.

In this magazine you can read about former WSOP main event final tablist Jorryt van Hoof, who recently overtook Marcel Luske for the top spot on the Dutch all-time tournament earnings list. You’ll also get mixed games advice from bracelet winner Randy Ohel, and read about the big bluff that Isaac Kempton picked off to win his WSOP Circuit ring.

Each issue of Card Player Magazine is loaded with the latest industry news, tournament results, player interviews, and strategy columns from brilliant poker minds such as Ed Miller, Gavin Griffin, Steve Zolotow, Matt Matros, Jonathan Little, Ryan Laplante, Greg Raymer, and many more.

We understand that there is a lot of uncertainty ahead and we thank our readers for sticking with us in these difficult times. If you’re stuck inside and want to jump back into the action, please consider utilizing these bonus offers from Card Player’s selection of online poker partners. If you are looking to sharpen your skills on the felt, then check out the completely free Card Player Poker School.

Stay safe, and good luck.