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New Card Player Magazine Breaks Down Postponement Of 2020 World Series Of Poker

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For the duration of the shut down of the U.S. brick-and-mortar casino industry, our readers can access Card Player 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.

This issue features perhaps the biggest story of the year in the poker world, the postponement of the 51st annual World Series of Poker. Last year, a total of 187,298 entries were made at the WSOP, with players from over 100 different countries participating. The massive turnout resulted in a record $293,183,345 in prize money being awarded.

The original schedule announced for this year’s WSOP called for a record 101 gold bracelets to be awarded, but the 2020 summer series is currently in jeopardy, with officials hoping for a chance at running a modified schedule in the fall.

You can also read about Jeff Gross, who is co-managing director of team online for partypoker. The Michigan-native has built a huge following of poker fans with his Twitch streaming, YouTube channel, and podcast. The 33-year-old talks about the evolving landscape of poker sponsorship.

You’ll also get an interview with recent WSOP Circuit winner Boris Kasabov, who breaks down some key hands from his victory at the IP Biloxi main event.

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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