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Card Player Pro Christian Harder Battling for WPT Title

Tournament Pro Goes By 'Charder30' Online

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Christian HarderIt’s one thing to talk the talk. It’s quite another to walk the walk.

There are a lot of instructional poker sites out there, but few have the record and the consistency of the instructors of Card Player Pro (powered by Poker Savvy Plus). This week, Card Player Pro instructor Christian ‘Charder30’ Harder is showing everyone that he is supremely qualified to teach others with his impressive performance in one of the toughest fields of the year, the $25,000 World Poker Tour World Championship at Bellagio.

Harder is currently chip leader with 10 players remaining. Follow his progress in Card Player’s live updates. The winner of the tournament will receive more than $2.1 million.

Harder is featured in a number of instructional videos on the site, sharing his thoughts on different strategies at various points of tournaments while even occasionally going through hand histories of subscribers to help them with their games.

Card Player Pro instructors have been showing off their skills at many of the major tournaments lately. At last year’s WSOP main event, instructor Andrew Brokos finished in 35th place out of 6,844 players.

The Card Player Pro/PokerSavvy Plus team of pros also includes Michael “SirWatts” Watson, Justin “WPTHero” Rollo, Dani “ansky” Stern, Tony “Bond18” Dunst, Tom “LearnedfromTV” Chambers, and Evan “_Fisherman” Roberts.

A seven-day trial membership is currently available full access to the videos and the site’s other features.

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