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Vol. 23, Issue No. 16Our readers get their daily poker fix from the CardPlayer.com homepage, which features the latest breaking news stories, player profiles, blogs, and exclusive video content. But did you know that “The Poker Authority” also brings Card Player magazine to Web, as well?

By clicking on the “Magazine” link on the left side of the homepage, readers can access recent issues for free and read content that was previously unavailable on the Web, which includes featured columnists such as Phil Hellmuth, Todd Brunson, and Roy Cooke, strategy content from the minds of Ed Miller, Matt Matros, Dusty Schmidt, Barry Tanenbaum, and Michael Cappelletti, and commentaries from Matt Lessinger, Matthew Hilger, and Steve Zolotow.

In this issue, the Card Player news team breaks down the World Series of Poker main event and profiles each of the members of the November Nine. The top 10 achievements from the Series are also chronicled.

In the latest Capture the Flag interview, which focuses on high-stakes cash game pros, we get to know Alexander Kostritsyn better and find out that he is a true rags to riches success story.

Alexander Kostritsyn“I had a rough family situation,” Kostritsyn explained. “My father was making money, but he was getting paid with three- or four-month delays. My mother was working, but it became clear that she was about to lose her job. I knew then that I had to make poker work for me, and I started to take it very seriously.”

“My mother was making the American equivalent of $100 per month. Knowing that things were about to get really tough for us, she had spent several months saving and was able to put aside about $150. She believed in me, and gave me the money to play poker so that I could help provide for my family.”

Be sure to check out the rest of the interview and the rest of the archives by clicking on the “Magazine” link on the left side of the homepage.

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