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New Issue Features High Roller Crusher Danny Tang

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Although more than half of the brick-and-mortar casinos in the U.S. have reopened following the COVID-19 shutdown, many poker rooms remain closed. With live poker options currently limited, our readers can now access Card Player Magazine for FREE!

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This issue features rising high roller superstar Danny Tang. Perhaps no player had a quicker ascent up the rankings of the tournament poker world than Tang. The Wrexham, Wales-native is only a few years removed from grinding out mid-stakes events, taking the occasional shots in bigger buy-in tournaments, but he closed out 2019 as one of the top performers on the high roller circuit, cashing for $5.5 million on the year to bring his lifetime total to nearly $8.6 million overall.

After finishing runner-up in the Triton Montenegro high roller for $1,833,000, Tang made his way to the World Series of Poker, where he took down the $50,000 high roller to win his first career gold bracelet, and the $1,608,406 first-place prize.

“I never thought about the bracelet,” Tang admitted. “Even when I had that success [before], I just never really thought about it. The first time I went to Vegas, I actually final tabled a shootout event. Even then, I wasn’t thinking about the bracelet, I was just thinking about laddering up and making more money. Any time you play in an event, it’s something like at least 1,000 players. So, you don’t even dare to dream about the bracelet.”

You can also read about poker legend “Miami” John Cernuto, who holds the record for the most live tournament cashes in history with more than 500. The three-time WSOP bracelet winner sat down with Card Player to discuss his longevity over his nearly four-decade career.

You’ll also get top-notch strategy content from mixed games expert and bracelet winner Randy Ohel, who breaks down the fundamentals of pot-limit Omaha eight-or-better, as well as two-time World Poker Tour champion Jonathan Little, who shares some common mistakes made by amateur players.

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, Ryan Laplante, Greg Raymer, Evan Jarvis, Kevin Haney, and many more.

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