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New Card Player Magazine Features High-Stakes Pro Michael Soyza

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In this issue, we feature high-stakes tournament pro Michael Soyza. The 30-year-old from Malaysia broke out in 2018 before jumping on the high roller circuit, and has now racked up more than $8.4 million in earnings. It wasn’t that long ago that Soyza was working a day job, and playing the equivalent of $7 buy-in home games, and now, he finds himself in the biggest buy-in tournaments competing against the world’s best players.

You can also read about the legendary Phil Ivey, who recently won his first live tournament title in nearly two years. Ivey has been away from poker for most of the last six years dealing with legal issues surrounding his edge-sorting cases in London and Atlantic City, but proved that he hasn’t lost a step when he made four final tables at the partypoker MILLIONS Sochi series, cashing for a combined $1,693,550.

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, Evan Jarvis, Kevin Haney, and many more.

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